A new story of mine has been published on The Arcanist today.
60 Seconds Remaining is about what happens during his last minute on an exploding spaceship.
For the curious, this story originated from my 14 day writing challenge, where I was tasked with writing a story based on the first sentence I heard when turning on the TV.
Enjoy it! And while you are there check out the other cool stories and images published by The Arcanist.
Drabbledark: An Anthology of Dark Drabbles has been released after a successful Kickstarter.
Editor Eric S. Fomley has done a great job selecting some really interesting (really short) horror fiction.
You can pick it up today in physical book form from Amazon, or you wait a whole day to get it tomorrow in eBook form. Check it out and let me know what you think of my tale, “I Do”.
Do you like short fiction? Do you like horror? Do you like supporting authors for their work? If the answer to one or more of the above is an enthusiastic “Yes!” then I’ve got the book for you.
It’s called Drabbledark: An Anthology of Dark Drabbles. It’s short flash fiction of the horror variety, edited by Eric Fomley. Inside is a story of mine called “I Do”.
If you are interested, you should check out the Kickstarter campaign. Back the campaign to get the book cheap and help increase the amount of pay that the authors gets for their work.
I’m looking forward to seeing the final copy!
I’m pleased to announce that my short story “The Howard Family Tradition” was chosen as an honorable mention for Best Horror of the Year Volume 9 by editor Ellen Datlow.
For a full list of who else was chosen you can check out her site.
The story is not in the book linked above, but it is listed in there somewhere. If you are interested in reading it you can still get it where it was originally published in WeirdBook #32.
Are you a fan of the classic MST3K episode MANOS: THE HANDS OF FATE? Or are you just curious what all the fuss is about? Check out my video below to watch a 7 minute cut of the original film.
I tried to cram all the fun and plot-forwarding bits into one small delightful package. I hope you enjoy.