Find Me Here:
A missing roommate, a fudged employment application, and a little something extra where it shouldn't be . . . .
To find the answer to the mystery, (and what's in the bag), check out my story, "It's in the Bag" in the Dark Lane Anthology Volume 5.
Michelle suspects an accidental death isn't really an accident, but finding the truth may be the last mistake she ever makes.
If you think you have the stomach to handle the truth, check out this gritty mystery, "Searching for Sunshine" in Vol. 4, # 12 of Heater Magazine.
Telling scary stories around the campfire is a tradition - but will the kids ever sleep again after this one? Will you?
If you dare to find out, check out my chilling story "A Campfire Tale" in the Best Horror Shorts of 2015 Anthology.
Two boys sneak out in search of a night of fun. Want to play?
You can find my story "Amusement" in the GWSP charity horror anthology Nightmares & Echos 2: The Return.
Pushing my own boundaries and expanding my horizons.
My poem "The Ice Cometh" is in the Winter 2015 edition of the East Coast Literary Review.
Do you know what it is that you're truly afraid of? He does.
Ready for a wild ride? Read my thriller, "Detecting Fear," in the June 2014 issue of Suspense Magazine.
Just try to find a way to stay warm after reading this chilling tale of horror.
My story "A Campfire Tale" is in Dark Moon Digest, issue #18.
It might be a zombie apocalypse, but it's not what you think!
Consider the end times in an entirely new light - if you dare - and read my short "Apocalypse How" in the Forever Hungry Anthology.
A choice, a chance, a new beginning - but at what cost?
My Gothic tale "A New Tomorrow" can be found in Issue 5 of The Wolfian.
A locked room murder that's a complete mystery - or is it?
Check out my short story "A Little Bit of Murder" in the March 2014 issue of Twisted Endings Magazine.
Do you dare to brave the icy waters of Loch Ness?
Grab a copy of the anthology Loch Shock by Horrified Press and immerse yourself in my story "Memory Deep".
A hike on a hot day takes an unexpected turn.
Find out how in my story "Trail of Bones" in the anthology Wildwood by Thirteen O'Clock Press.
How do you feel really about spiders? Do you find them disgusting? Or fascinating?
You might change your mind after reading my story "Bewitched by the Web" in the anthology Arachnophobia.
A chance encounter, or something more? Things aren't always what they seem to be.
Find out if it's what you expected by reading "Sherial" in the July 2014 issue of Over My Dead Body!