Well… this is divisive, don’t you think? Read More
I’m just making a quick post so you’re aware of where I am with my writings. Read More
This is an unpublished story of mine written during a pretty heavy J-Horror kick. Be warned, it’s pretty violent and features themes of abuse and sexual assault. I struggled with deciding whether to post this for ages due to having mixed feelings about it.
Jonathan was hanging from the noose for roughly three hours before his younger brother found him. Read More
Warning: Spoilers! If you want to be surprised, buy a copy. Otherwise let’s boogie! Read More
Hi all. Below are all tales I’ve previously posted on this blog now collected in a single post. These were written with a heavy Salinger influence; it was when I learned to be more honest with my writings regarding myself and others. Read More
Below, you’ll find links to all the chapters from my novella Homecoming. So, if you’re late to the party or you fancy a catch-up, here’s the horror tale in all its glory:
Well this was a fun read. Robert Calder (AKA Jerrold Mundis) published this in 1976 at the height of the big horror boom. You know, when every publisher wanted to jump on the King bandwagon and hoped they’d have their own horror cash cow. In truth, I have no idea if Jerrold Mundis was trying to ride that wave of profitable thrillers. But, we do have this little canine tale which, although has its problems, is a pretty sweet read all in all.
We drove for what felt like forever. Yeah, I asked ‘are we there yet’ enough times that even I was getting sick of it. All the while, that fucking black mist kinda swept me up behind my eyes. I ignored it; I had shit to do. But A.D.’s face kept looming out at me and I couldn’t understand why I felt this way. Read More
I was back at the factory in record time. Turned out the police avoided most of this district so I had it easy when I took my usual shortcut. I knew my luck would run out eventually so I decided on only leaving the factory when absolutely necessary. Then again, everything I did was an absolute necessity so yeah, there’s my problem. Read More