At Horizon’s End (short story). Available worldwide from Amazon, Kobo, Google Books, B&N, and iBooks at $0.99
Death made a mistake.
The Man Who Fed On Tears always knows whose time it is to pluck from the world of the living. His existence is one of a symbiosis between his need for the tears and woe he causes to those closest to the deceased, and the natural order of life and death to which he is bound. He never questions himself or his actions and has never made a mistake. Until now.
Stella is a four-year-old girl who misses her mommy and wants to see her again. She doesn’t yet understand the concept of loss, so when she sees close family members crying, she tries to stay cheerful and optimistic. After all, Mommy said they’d see each other again when the time comes At Horizon’s End. So if they’ll meet again, why is everyone crying?
The Man Behind The Bar (short story). Available worldwide from Amazon, Kobo, Google books, B&N, and iBooks at $0.99
The past never stays hidden or forgotten. Ben Stingler left his past for a quiet life, until a young man steps in his bar, and brings with him all the things Ben tried to put behind him five years ago. An overdue debt is back on the table.
“Wisps of Memory” (short story) 9Tales Told in the Dark Issue 12 (April 2016)
“The Darkening” (short story) Voluted Tales Digital Literary Magazine, Darkness Internal Issue 3. Published on October 2014
“When Hades Felt” (short story) Eternal Haunted Summer Digital Literary Magazine Autumn Equinox 2014 Issue. Published on September 2014
“You Die When I Die” (short story) Beyond Imagination Digital Literary Magazine Issue 4. Published on June 2014