My short story The Hospitaller was published June 27th 2020 with the release of Goodread’s Writers in Lockdown anthology.
My short story Church of Lost Souls was published June 24th 2020 with the release of Breaking Rules Publishing’s The Hollow #5.
My short story Campground Host was published by Breaking Rules Publishing and included in the April 2020 issue of The Scribe magazine.
My novella Midnight Feedings was published in Bards and Sages ‘The Society of Misfit Stories Vol. 3’.
My novella Under A Raging Moon was published by World Castle Publishing and is available in digital and paperback at Amazon:
My novella ‘Dummy’s Dummies‘ is being serialized on Intense Publications’ blog. Here is Part One:
My short story Ligeia has been published by Corona Books in their anthology of ghost stories. It is available in digital and print.
My short story MP 3-D has been published by Death’s Head Press in their anthology Breaking Bizarro in both digital and paper and is available at Amazon:
The anthology ‘Trigger Warning – Body Horror’ published by Madness Heart Press with my short story Tardigrades has just been released.
My short story ‘Border Incident’ was published by Constellate Literary Journal. It is on page 2 of the November 2018 issue. A link to this is at the bottom of the front page of the site.
Or go directly to the page my story is on.
My horror short story ‘A Sense of Fear’ was published by Art Post Magazine in their October issue available in digital and print formats.
My novella Dummy’s Dummies has been serialized by Terror House Magazine is now available for a free read.
My flash fiction Icebreaker was published online at Rejected Manuscripts on July 1, 2018.
My novella Midnight Feedings was published online and made available June 29th, 2018, by Bards and Sages Publishing as a part of their Society of Misfit Stories series.
Here is a direct link to Smashwords, where it is available for download.
My flash fiction Bonding was published online at Dual Coast Magazine on June 19th, 2018.
The digital Winter 2017 issue of Literary Heist includes my short story To Drink a B-E Condensate. It has been archived. Click on ‘short stories’ link at top right of front page, then go to page 3.
Issue 1 of Double Feature Magazine, which contains my short story Deep Fade, has been published in both digital and print formats, and is available at Amazon.
The Society of Misfit Stories Vol. 1, which includes my novella No Way At All, has been released in digital format by Bards and Sages Publishing. The print version is now available in both hardback and softback.
My short story Womb was published online in Issue 2 of Purple Prose Magazine on October 1, 2017.
A Definition of Evil has been published by FTB and included in their anthology “The Renegades of Prose”. It is available in both digital and print at Amazon.
Death Pitch has been reprinted by 67 Press and included in their anthology “Exhibits”. Which is available in paperback format at Amazon:
The Underhouse was published by Centum Press and included in their anthology “One Hundred Voices”.
No Way At All was published by Bards and Sages as part of the Society of Misfit Stories series. It was available in digital format at Amazon, but since its inclusion in the Volume One anthology it is no longer available on its own.
The World Ended Last Night and Nobody Told Me was published by New Zenith Magazine in their Issue 1 Summer 2016. It was available in hard copy and digital at their site, but this alas is no longer so since their magazine is now defunct.
Beauty and Death at 70 MPH was published by James Ward Kirk Fiction and included in the ‘Ghosts Revenge’ anthology, which was published as a two-anthology volume which included the anthology “Ugly Babies 3” It is available at Amazon in paperback and digital format:
Death Pitch was published online in the Spring 2016 York Literary Review.
Things Don’t Always Go Bump In The Night was published online by The Flash Fiction Press on March 25, 2016.
On the home page search for the title, then click on the date March 25, 2016. The story will appear.