{Cover Reveal} a Silent Dystopia: Stories From A Quiet Apocalypse — Together Let’s Promote Horror

So, you may have noticed I haven't been blogging much before this week, and now I can finally tell you why! I've been busy writing a story for the upcoming anthology A Silent Dystopia. In the link below you'll see the full listing of phenomenal writers that have contributed to this project and the amazing... Continue Reading →

Waiting for the Bucket to Drop

One of the first adult horror novels I remember reading was Carrie by Stephen King. My dad had a copy (which I still have), and we watched the movie together too, though I don’t recall if I read or watched it first. I was probably around 11 or 12 at the time, which some people... Continue Reading →

My Nemesis

Appropriate for January, nightmare foe Freddy Krueger has been hanging over me all month long on my wall calendar, but he hasn’t been my true nemesis. That title belongs to a short story I’ve been working on. Short stories, they should be easy, right? Small cast of characters, a central setting, typically told through a... Continue Reading →

Where I’ve Been & Where I’m Going

When I think about 2020 my gut reaction is the entire year was a write-off. There’s a feeling I was unproductive and merely existed for 365 days. But as I started planning goals for the new year, I realized I accomplished more than I thought. I had 3 new short stories published on Kendall Reviews,... Continue Reading →

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