Why I Write Horror (and Children’s Stories)
I seem like a generally well-adjusted, kind person, so I normally get asked pretty quickly why I write horror. I have reasons (and it’s not just a fertile imagination).
The Flashlight Game
This is a short horror story from last year that has only been shared via Slack and text message until now. In that time, it’s sparked a lot of good conversations and become my favorite story, though, so I had to share it. It still gives me goosebumps, by the way.
The Grand Guignol
I tried to write a horror story with nothing supernatural, and I wanted to research a period piece, so I wrote about 1920s Paris and the Grand Guignol. Don’t know what that was? Read the story.
Death at Hell House
A short story for Halloween with a little bit of hell house nostalgia and a lot of Southern Gothic and Tales From the Crypt influences.
Dreamer - A Short Story
I wrote a short story about a struggling novelist and nightmares.
New Book Sneak Peek
Okay, so this is different, but I thought it would be fun to put out a sneak peek of one of the chapters I was just working on for my book.