The rains finally relented after what seemed like an endless winter. Another storm hung out in the Atlantic, churning in the warm waters off the coast of South Carolina. Ky looked out the window of his dad's 1989 Nissan truck at the dark clouds and the occasional crack of lighting out on the horizon. The... Continue Reading →
I hope you are all ready for Halloween and I think this book is going to set the mood for it. Horrors of the Soul is much darker than last year's Eight Modern Horrors. I know I've been saying that for a while, but a lot of emotion went into writing this book. A lot... Continue Reading →
Inside the walls of the Campbell residence, an uprising was about to take foot. You see, the cockroaches of the residence, tired of living in fear of the new outsiders that possessed their territory, had taken up arms. “Today is a day that will live in infamy,” claimed Gary, the de facto leader and Grand... Continue Reading →
When I first started writing these short stores that became "I Killed Bigfoot" a little over a year ago I didn't think this whole thing would be as popular as it is. I did these just for fun and did not consider sharing them initially. Can I retire off the earnings? No, not even close... Continue Reading →
Shasta Bear is lost in Stanley Park on the westside of Vancouver BC. She's hungry and doesn't know where her mommy is. Will she find food and safety?
I can't believe it's already the last day of August! Hopefully, you have both copies of I Killed Bigfoot with you as we transition into the fall season. Fall is my favorite time of year because it begins to cool down (not too much in Southern California) and things feel a little bit more haunted... Continue Reading →