Meet Aussie writer Silvia Brown. She’s an outcast, a traveler, a creative mind, and a published author. As a member of the Australian Horror Writers Association, she practices sharpening her craft with the help of mentor Alan Baxter. https://www.spreaker.com/user/8056632/aussi-writer-silvia-brown Continue reading She’s an Outcast!
Something Bad C.M. Saunders I puzzled over the trail for weeks. Where was it coming from? What could make such a thing? I decided the only thing to do was wait in the bathroom. Wait, and watch. It starts as a single black drop of goo coming out of the C tap. Drip, drip, drip. The stuff has the consistency of puss leaking from … Continue reading Something Bad – C.M. Saunders
Currently, Deadman’s Tome releases scary stories and demented horror every other day. Feeding horror fans and horror fiends alike with a daily dose of horror. While readers seem to enjoy the steady releases, perhaps it would be even more enjoyable with a bit of a tease. Instead of getting that horror fix on a daily basis, Deadman’s Tome will be that cruel mistress that makes … Continue reading Monthly Horror and Important Stuff
Broom Matt Scott “I killed someone.” His voice was soft and distant as if he was unaware that he was saying anything at all. He spoke facing the window looking down across the hotel parking lot. It was full this time of night. Fellow sinners packed in like sardines trying to beat the weather that was moving in fast from the west. He was … Continue reading Broom – Matt Scott
APPRAISED RISK Jim Lee Several impatient strides brought Julio Rodriguez into the back room where he found his assistant hunched over in a corner, staring at his tablet computers with feverish intensity. Julio frowned. If it had been any other 22-year-old, he would’ve assumed young Mr. Running Deer was enjoying some internet porn on work time. But in this case that just didn’t seem … Continue reading Appraised Risk – Jim Lee
The Way In Gary Buller Leroy Tyrell’s mood descended as the lift slowly carried him to the fourth floor. Something had been niggling him from the moment he exited his car that morning, the distinct feeling that something wasn’t right. His dad would have probably described it as negative mojo, but Leroy wasn’t as superstitious as the old man. Still- it persisted as … Continue reading The Way In – Gary Buller
I.D. Al Edwards The door creeps open and he greets me with that sympathetic smile. Like he cares for me in some way, but his compassion is transparent; a cloying mask that barely conceals his lack of emotion. He’s come to ask me more questions. The fact that I’m here at all is proof that the machine works. “Do you remember Rose?” he asks. Of … Continue reading I.D. – Al Edwards