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Attack of the Sexy Teenage Vampires

by Tom Lichtenberg

Safety in numbers? Don't kid yourself. There's nothing more dangerous than a crowd. Even when it's not a mob, it's hiding certain elements, concealing dangers. Anyone could be an enemy. Anyone could have their...

Miracle, Texas

by DeAnna Knippling

The man rode into Amazon Valley the same way they all did, blindfolded, hooded, and with his hands tied behind his back. Men were trouble, and Justine liked them that way. A Weird West tale.

Autumn Winds

by Jessica Urahara

Autumn and Danny were completely in love, but Autumn had secrets and it all came to an end. But in a supernatural world nothing is as it seems, and Danny is about to learn it the hard way

Outta Here!

by Jessica Urahara

It was just another day for him, another day spent flirting, but for her, it was the day she wanted to get out, her and her son after the both of them broke apart into hundreds of pieces...

The Interview Room

by Mike Ramon

A short story. Detective Jim Willis, now old and near retirement, can't forget about an old case, and the day he came face to face with a monster.

The Magician of Monkton Pier

by Michael Graeme

Joshua is navigating his eco-boat, The Mattie Rat along a dark and stinking stretch of the old canal through Monkton - a city overwhelmed by gangs and gun toting militias. Joshua's seen it all before: urban...

Nursery Crimes - Case 1

by Ray Daley

A sideways look at the real life of nursery rhyme characters, inspired in no small way by Robert Rankin.

The Visitor (and Other Stories) (sample)

by Gayle Ramage

A trio of short paranormal tales. A woman gets a shock after confronting a trespasser. A man wakes up in a never-ending dark tunnel, unsure how he got there. And a young woman tells of the day her mother was...

October Stories (Vol. 1)

by Ryan Sheffield

Eleven dark tales for autumn nights and autumn people.

Dinner With Grandma

by Ray Daley

On a visit to Grandma, Red discovers that not everything is as it seems. A Fractured Fairytale.

The Dome

by Steven Bowman

Will you survive? Will you escape? Will you live to tell the tale? Or will your mind break?

Squatter With a Lexus

by Tom Lichtenberg

Pearson Holmes disappeared a long time ago, leaving behind a potentially valuable safety deposit box. Freddy the Freegan is the first to stumble across the mystery, but soon a whole cast of characters are out...

Boo Hag

by Brian Rickman

October carries with it a chill that Benny Watt can't seem to shake. Ever since the Titantic sank, he's been burdened with thoughts of his own mortality. It keeps him up nights, in fact. Money and women are...

Faerie Prince of Temple Square

by Bruce T. Forbes

When you visit Salt Lake City's historical Temple Square at Christmastime and see millions of lights in the trees and bushes, have you ever asked yourself: Are they lights or are they – Faeries? If I find...

Cashier World

by Tom Lichtenberg

A collection of stories, including the Legend of the Wandering Cashier, the roadside diner Angel of Death, and the classic tale of the Bathroom on the Bus

Dreams and Nightmares: Short Stories and Poems

by Kathryn H.

A collection of dark and tragic short stories and poems. There are only three stories here, but I hope to be releasing more soon. If you like these, please review the stories as I am a relatively new author...

Freedom from the past

by Clare Tanner

Sometimes we have to revisit the past to escape from it

It's A Wonderful (After) Life

by Ray Daley

The purpose of Life is to make the world a better place after you leave, is the purpose of Death exactly the same thing? Caution, contains some swearing!

Anything But Lonely - stories about the end of the world

by Ryan Sheffield

From charitable vandals to lovelorn superheroes to mad bombers, the disconsolate characters of the six stories in Anything But Lonely each face their own figurative- and sometimes literal -end of the world.

Liberation of a Dragonfly

by sashapetrovich

There is no peace, no hope, no love for some people, for people to whom life offers nothing but - unhappiness, misery, sorrow.... Dina’s life is the worst story I have ever heard. It is like one of those stories...