““It’s a strange feeling, to be dead.” So begins the tale of our Narrator, a ghost clinging desperately to the memory of life. Since his death, the ghost has been trapped in a motel room, watching the comings and goings of his nightly guests. The strangers never stay more than a night or two, and … More The Motel Room – get it free today!
Registration for the Limestone Genre Expo is now open! Register in advance to save $5 on the admission price! The Limestone Genre Expo is a fun, interactive event for readers and writers of genre fiction in Kingston Ontario, including sci-fi, fantasy, romance, horror, and speculative fiction. I took part last year, and it was amazing … More Limestone Genre Expo
“Eva McRayne wanted a steady paycheck, not a television show. But when Elliot Lancaster hands her the opportunity to discredit his paranormal findings on camera, she finds it impossible to turn him down. Her life changes in more ways than one after she goes to New York to learn more about the theories she will … More The Sibyl, by Cynthia D. Witherspoon
Sunshine: The Author’s Edition is now available! The five star story, originally published in 2012, rewritten as I always intended. With new cover, improved design, and never before seen content, this Kindle exclusive is still only $0.99! “When ozone levels plummeted, the world changed. There’s no going back. This is a world where sunshine can … More Sunshine: The Author’s Edition is here!
The wait has been agonizing, but the day is finally here! Benjamin is now available. And then he reaches for me, and although his strength is low and his limbs are shrunken, he pulls me onto his lap and folds me up. He cradles me. His greatest creation. He holds my hair in tight handfuls, … More Benjamin – Available Now!
A story of letting go and of those left behind, Benjamin explores the deep and complicated facets of human emotion. It follows Amily, a young woman, through her long and tumultuous relationship with Benjamin, who has over the years been dream, friend, teacher, lover, and finally, uneasy companion. When she learns that Benjamin has been … More Benjamin
#5 – A Certain Slant of Light, by Laura Whitcomb If always felt that ghost stories are underappreciated in the horror genre – not necessarily under represented, but not celebrated the way that they should be. Readers can find ghosts cliché, but what monster holds more meaning than the living memory of what we used … More #5 – A Certain Slant of Light, by Laura Whitcomb
Sliver of Stone Magazine has included my latest short story, The Parking Lot, in their seventh issue. You can now read the full story, FREE, on their website. “She’s late. I check my watch again. After, I clench my hands nervously and lean forward on the park bench, so that I can see further down … More The Parking Lot on Sliver of Stone
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