THE PROMISE (a stand alone short story)
The tunnels are deep and full of poisonous fog.
There is no exit, at least not for the very first or the very next.
Would you survive the end of the world? For Pyre and her friends that is a very serious question; she may not want to know the answer.
For fans of Garth Nix’s Shade’s Children and Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake.
Disclaimer: this story contains mature themes including sickness and death, and child death. Reader discretion is advised.
Demon Moon: A Slaughter Chronicles Short Story
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The year is 2003 and Caleb Grimmet, high school senior and football superstar, is going to make all his dreams come true. Or so he thinks. All he has to do is catch and tame a demon.
When Caleb and his friends gather together to open up the abyss, they learn a painful lesson: dreams don’t always manifest the way you want them to.
And the abyss, once looked into, does more than look back out at you.
Disclaimer: this book contains strong language and descriptions of gore. Reader discretion is advised.
Dead Girl Moon: A Slaughter Chronicles Novella
In a world full of unseen demons, a werewolf is just another monster.
When Regina’s father accidentally bites and contaminates his daughter, he starts her down a path very different from the life her mother planned for her.
Life in prison is hard but what do you do when you’re an 11-year-old wolf girl?
Regina Slaughter was, according to police reports, the victim of a brutal murder. In reality she was the property of HADES, a mercurial mercenary company dedicated to wiping out the supernatural menace.
Good always triumphs over evil, right?
Not when evil locks you in a cage and does everything it can to destroy you. When Regina’s best friend Tiffany goes missing, she will do everything she can to find her.
Disclaimer: This book contains strong language, violence, and descriptions of gore. Reader discretion is advised.
NAMASTE APOCALYPSE (stand alone short story)
Jane loves yoga. She loves it so much she risks life and limb dodging ravenous zombies and expending valuable resources like food and energy just to get to her weekly class. It helps her cope with the dolorous grind of living in post-apocalyptic Rural America and helps her with grieving the loss of her mother. Jane loves yoga so much that when an unexpected zombie finally catches her off guard it helps her cope with life as a cog in the legion of the undead. Follow along with Jane as she transitions from yoga loving human to yoga loving brain muncher!
Lots of love, lots of yoga, lots of zombies.
Disclaimer: this story contains strong language.