Holiday Book Sale

To celebrate the release of Undertow, my third solo short story release, I’m putting my other solo short stories on sale for the holiday season!

This year has been an experimental journey in indie publishing, and I’ve learned so much along the way. I released my first self-published short story collection in October (The Impostor and Other Dark Tales) and I released Undertow yesterday. It’s been a difficult learning process at times, but I’m loving the freedom of being able to control pricing on my books even if it does take a lot of work on the backend.

Night Feeders is a weird western horror short story close to my heart. I do have a couple of drafts for a series of novels to continue this world, but they’ve been stuck in limbo for a few years. I hope to dust them off at some point and get them published, but Night Feeders would be the prequel to that series.

The Mysterious Disappearance of Charlene Kerringer is a love letter to film noir, only with fantasy humor mixed in. There’s something about a hardboiled detective having to deal with fantasy creatures that was a lot of fun to tackle. This is a standalone piece, but one that I had a blast writing.

For a limited time, you can grab both for only $0.99 wherever ebooks are sold! So grab your copy while you can!

Happy Holidays!

Night Feeders

There’s a bad sheriff in town.

It’s a dangerous existence living out in the Old West, but it’s even worse for supernatural entities. When a brothel of concerned vampires reaches out to the Agency for the Betterment of Supernatural Creatures for help, werewolf detective Colton Fen steps in to solve a disappearance.

Sheriff Ritters keeps a ghastly group of monsters underground to keep the impoverished people of Clarkville in line. Anyone foolish enough to cross his path is thrown to the creatures. Even werewolf detective Colton Fen might be out-matched by this vicious murderer.

The Mysterious Disappearance of Charlene Kerringer

A satirical take on a noir detective story, filled with talking babies, bizarre magic, and troublesome trolls.

Detective Harris is a private detective who is out of luck and out of cash. When a woman walks into his office in tears, he decides to take a gamble on what he assumes is an open and shut case. What he doesn’t realize is that nothing about this case is normal.

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