The award-winning No Sleep Podcast is a long-running audio dramatization of short horror stories from authors around the globe, narrated and performed by the NoSleep Players.
Season 11, episode 17 includes my story The Mystery of William Wilson, in which two unexpected visitors force a shut-in to face his past.
Season 12, episode 3 (2018 Christmas special) includes my story Pub Trivia, in which flight attendants duck into a London pub on Christmas Eve for an unusual evening.
Season 13, episode 15 includes my story The Mystery of Orville’s Portraits, which is a follow-up to my first NoSleep story.
From Adam and Eve’s banishment from the Garden, to an emailed chain letter, the tale of curses has always been with us. Often, they are used to punish and spread suffering, far more sinister and harder to escape than a killer’s knife.What do you do when math itself becomes a trap? Or when you are certain your shadow is going to eat you? Or when someone’s mere presence can wither and blight?Perhaps these twenty-one stories are a warning that anything, no matter how small or benign, can be downright evil. Take care with these pages: this book is cursed.
In my short, The Clarkwalker, a recently divorced mother must confront her ex’s obsession with a strange painting to protect her fractured family.
This Book is Cursed is available at Amazon and other retailers.
Murder, mayhem, maniacs… these thirteen horror stories are guaranteed to give you night terrors!
Journey with us into the dark heart of horror as authors from around the globe reveal their deepest fears. From Scotland and England across the Atlantic to the USA, we meet a pair of twins with a sick sense of humor, a troubled family tormented by ghosts, and a man who keeps a chupacabra as a pet. Plus a department store massacre, a terrifying costumed stalker, and much, much more.
I had the great pleasure of co-editing (along with Joshua Winning, author of The Sentinel Trilogy and Vicious Rumer) this international horror collection from American and British authors. I also wrote two of the tales:
In Blackened Fireworks, a high schooler learns a valuable lesson about drinking and driving.
In Waiting For the Wolf, a college student runs across a dangerous mascot.