Really excited to finally have this creepy little number up at David Barber’s Thrills, Kills ‘n’ Chaos. I have loved reading all the great stuff he’s collected over the years. Check it out here: https://tknc.wordpress.com/2015/08/22/peeper-by-dave-jaggers/
Coming September 1st from Liam Sweeny and Joyride Press: Last Word, a charity anthology to benefit Nation Inside (nationinside.org) for prison reform.
Missing limbs and missing loved ones. Both can hurt and haunt in different ways. Check out my new story at Near to the Knuckle.
Urban Decay is the second short story collection from Aidan Thorn, and published by the boys over at Grit Fiction Ltd. From the lead in story, this collection draws the reader into a dimly lit world of low life thugs and shady enforcers. The hard hitting style and fast paced dialogue keeps the reader hooked to the last page. I found the depth of the characters refreshing and caught myself wanting these stories to be longer so I could spend more time with these terrible and terrifying people. Do yourself a favor and buy this book! http://www.amazon.com/Urban-Decay-Aidan-Thorn-ebook/dp/B00ZOMA194/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1437659508&sr=1-1&keywords=urban+decay
The pleasures of growing old? Not so much.
Pleased to have another story up at Yellow Mama this month. Cindy and the team have done a wonderful job creating a place for “out there” fiction and poetry so do yourself a favor and check it out.
Finally found time to carve out another micro fiction piece for 81 Words.
I consider myself very fortunate to have a story accepted at Dead Guns Press. These guys produce some of the best crime fiction out there right now. Please check them out (and read my story while you’re there).
A new kick ass collection of short stories will drop this month by the talented Aidan Thorn. Check out a sneak peek of the forward here.
I am pleased to have a small dittie up at Spinetinglers UK this month. Check it out here.
I love a good police procedural as much as anyone, but it has to have something unique to keep me engaged. Keith Nixon’s The Corpse Role does all that and more. Mr. Nixon masterfully weaves a web of deception and intrigue that keeps the reader turning page after page until the end, where he throws a gut punch that leaves you wanting more. The story is told in a bracing dual timeline that keeps the narrative moving along at a brisk pace. With brilliant dialogue and noir soaked prose, this thriller hits the mark.
Get it here: www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/1508933502?vs=1#
Great review of the Rogue Anthology out today.
I have a short tale out today for the National Flash Fiction Day website.
Like crime fiction? Like dark tales of woe and weirdness? Then you gotta check out Yellow Mama Magazine. Issue #49 just hit today and I’m pleased to have a story within. Check it out!
You can do it! 500 words before the 15th April. Send your best Flash fiction and join the Flood.
Read my story on April 17th at 7pm.
Proud to be a contributing author on this wonderful project. Buy it, read it, and please leave a review.