Carrie pulled away and pressed herself against the crumbling wall of the cottage. She heard the door slam over the muffled curses of Ricky's father. Before she could scramble up, Ricky stalked by her, hurling the shell of a washing machine out of the way. Carrie couldn't stop the muffled squeak that came out as he passed. There, in the back of Ricky Porter's shaved skull, was a large gaping mouth.
https://videopress.com/v/yl3LZPsE?preloadContent=metadata 'Love Song for The Crows' - C. M. Rosens The text version is available to Ko-Fi supporters only to read, but this is available to everyone to listen to. I haven't edited this audio, as I recorded it quickly before work! If you like this content and want to find more, you can tip… Continue reading Iconic Settings: Monstrous May Challenge
My short story 'The Sound of Darkness' is the twelfth of thirteen tales of terror in Red Cape Publishing's latest anthology, F is for Fear. F is for Fear is part of their A-Z of Horror series, and submissions are now open for the next collections. Murat Yildiz is a grown man with a flat… Continue reading The Sound of Darkness
My short story THE SOUND OF DARKNESS is being published in the @redcapepublishing anthology F is for Fear, part of the A-Z of Horror series. Release date is 28th October 2020-!◇The theme of the anthology invited writers to submit a story around a common phobia or fear. I chose fear of the dark because there is so… Continue reading F is for Fear: 28th October 2020
Introduction to Pagham-on-Sea This month's #WiPWorldBuilders card is on saints and sinners, looking at beliefs and belief systems in our fictional worlds. Let's talk about some of the belief systems in Pagham-on-Sea first. For context, the town's population is around 12,000, while the population of the commuter estate (Queen Mary's and Jubilee) on the other… Continue reading Saints & Sinners Part 1