The Agoraphobics: Shortwave

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Where do monsters move? In small places. Samuel Merchant has been trapped in his own body for years, a victim of a car accident that robbed him of movement and speech, but not of thought. His sanity and hope is dwindling when he finally establishes communication...of a sort. Here is the Thing Inside You, a story of unexpected friendship. More
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About Izzy Winchester

Where do monsters move?

In small places.

Izzy Winchester bites his nails too much, sleeps too little, and sometimes writes stuff. He goes more commonly by the name "Delcat", if you were wondering. His avatar and cover images are drawn by the amazingly talented Toastuh, whose amazing webcomic resides at http://attendance.comicgenesis.com/.

As for the rest, we'll just have to see.

Got a question for the author? Ask it at askshotgun.tumblr.com. Ask him anything! He's sad and lonely and has too much time on his hands. Clearly.

For another (exclusive!) free sample, check out Izzy's winning entry in Bogleech.com's Creepypasta Cookoff, They Go Deep (http://www.bogleech.com/creepy/creepy-theygodeep.html). Then go back to the main site and check out all the other neat stuff!

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Reviews

Review by: MoratGurgeh on Oct. 17, 2013 :
Like the previous reviewer, I smiled all the way through but couldn't repress a shudder after I finished the story. What a wonderful and wonderfully creepy little tale.
(review of free book)

Review by: S. Hart on July 03, 2012 :
I enjoyed this short quite a bit, it was very original and made me smile. (That's not so easy to do) Loved the character and the ending was great. Looking forward to your future work and I will be checking out your other stories as well. Very well done!

Also - Your cover artist did an amazing job. ;)
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Annabeth Lake on April 08, 2012 :
Great take on a creepy premise. Very well-written prose. The final scene is quite a deliciously horrifying shocker.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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