Once, a very long time ago, there was a Family. A Father, a Mother, and two Sons. They were happy. Living simple human lives in hues of warm living colors. Then, the CORUUPTION came. Now the Family exists with shuddering, off-beat pulses and pale skin fused with corrupted inky mass. The color drained from them,… Continue reading Glitch
The new mortal caught in the Void's vast darkness was a strange one. At least, strange from the Void's perspective. She did not scream, nor beg, nor rage or cry. She did not ask questions or crumble under the weight of the Void's being. She did not try to bargain, not that it would have… Continue reading And The Void Blinked
She loved the lights decorating the homes of the town. Strung over branches and railings, painting the glittering snow in a rainbow of colors. She loved walking the streets, a tradition since she was young, taking in the childish glee of the decorations, joy so strong one could practically taste it in air. And he… Continue reading Beneath The Winter Sky
Hello Dear Readers, I apologize for this late announcement, hopefully I will be better informed with future publications. Below is a link to my story "Sunshine on Crumbling Stone", published by Hive Avenue Literary Journal. I hope you take the chance to read it. As well as take the time to check out Hive Avenue's… Continue reading Publication!!
The world is quiet, and it is only the two of them now. Her and her Husband. Them, and the stars above, distant and bright, watching. Too far away to act. Too far away for either of them to hear. Though, she wonders if either of them would care to listen, even if the stars… Continue reading Darling, It’s Just Us and The Stars
There's a woman standing in a field. She stands alone, staring into the horizon. A crown of marble and glass upon her head, A coat of indigo fluttering at her heels. In her hands she holds a sword, Silver peeking out from dripping red. A field can be many things; today, it is an undug… Continue reading Silver Swords and Marble Crowns
Have a seat, my Love Why are you shaking? Why are you crying? There's nothing to fear. It's dark here, my Dear It's quiet and still. Like a corpse in a coffin, And it's making me ill. Are you comfortable, my Love? I can't say I am, But I can't leave, Not until you open… Continue reading Sit With Me
You open the door, pulling your jacket close. There's a man in a black suit with maroon undertones and a maroon fedora waiting for you. He leans against the post of your decks entrance. Smoke curls around his hidden face as he exhales. That's okay, you know what lies behind that hats brim. You say… Continue reading Maroon Midnight
"It's okay." I lie. It's been a while since I've lied, I don't know if I sound sincere or not. Probably not, given the way Addison sobs. Harsh and heavy, like somethings caught in her chest and she can't quite cough it out. Well, I suppose anyone would find it difficult to lie with a… Continue reading Take the White Queen
Hello Dear Readers, I am happy to once again say there are other stories of mine to read in real magazines! Recently announced on October 4th, also available in physical copy: "The Lantern and The Guard", published by Vagabondage Press in their latest issue of Ink Stains -Ink Stains: A Dark Fiction Anthology Volume 14.… Continue reading Published!