Troy slouched over the chaffing bar, cursing when wood chips clung to his forearms. Then he peered over his shoulder for the tenth time. Strangers played pool in a dim corner while lapping down beers. Others were enticed by the 80-inch flat screen that blared blowing whistles and a screaming crowd. Troy dropped his face … Continue reading The Hole in the Desert
Hey guys! Indie psychological thriller author Lex Ramsay and myself are having a live book launch party on Facebook the day after Single's Awareness Day (Lol). That's right, I'll be chatting live with you guys from my home office! We'll be answering questions about our new books, upcoming projects and more. So grab a bottle of … Continue reading Join me at my live Facebook Book Launch Party!
Desperation. Suspicion. Selfishness. In this volume of A Trinity of Wicked Tales, jilted love awakens inner demons, bringing about an insane course of violence. A quest for a fix turns bloody for two heroin addicts as their vicious endeavors land them into a gruesome pitfall. A marketing executive and car salesmen are deceived by the … Continue reading A Trinity of Wicked Tales Vol. 1- Jilted Love
My mother and I were up late that Saturday watching a host of scary movies and unpacking boxes of clothes and trinkets. It’d only been a few hours since we finished unloading the moving truck so we had our work cut out for us. Though we barely put a dent in the luggage, Dad tapped … Continue reading Home of the Condemned
Which cover do you like best? The book is a collection of gruesome short stories (suspense/ dark fiction) where the characters react in unspeakable ways to jilted love. It is sexual in nature and could pass as a thriller (this read is defiantly NOT for the light-hearted). I like abstract art so I wanted to play … Continue reading A Cover Change?
Holly cursed as the big, heavy snowflakes coated her mountain town in a sleek, white layer of ice, forcing her to drive undesirably slow. “I can’t believe you asked Mike what his plans were when his parents were on their deathbeds! You insulted my fiancé and his parents!” Holly snapped. “Well, you had plans. So … Continue reading Sibling Rivalry
My brother and I didn’t believe in Santa Clause. We were sure that the stories my parents told us all were fairytales. None of the kids in town, or the world, would ever dream of being deemed a trouble maker. That was solely thanks to the disturbing Christmas folklores our parents told us. These stories … Continue reading Santa
Cloe owed it to her infant son and lethargic boyfriend to pick up a night job. How else would they survive? Certainly not with her retail job where the pay was minuscule relative to her new expenses. Her prayers were answered by a mobile app which secured her a job driving strangers around. How easy … Continue reading The First Ride is Free
Haley waited a little later than usual to clean since she had to see her fraternal twins off to prom that evening. She had rented them each a luxury sports car of their choice while Kevin, her husband, had given them $500 each. Aware that they would use the gifts as ammunition to conduct mischief, … Continue reading Repudium
An old black minivan sat in the parking lot of a convenience store on a dead-end street. The street’s patrons were non-existent at the hour as the street was lined with factories; half of them were closed for the evening, the rest, abandoned. The van’s black paint was chipping off the hood, leaving the bare … Continue reading Junk for Two- A Short from ‘A Trinity of Wicked Tales’