Kipp Poe Speicher

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It Was The Dead Who Groaned Within
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Price: Free! Words: 1,300. Language: English. Published: October 1, 2011. Category: Fiction » Horror » General
(5.00 from 1 review)
A police officer wakes up in a strange location, and finds himself in the middle of a Zombie Apocalypse.
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Price: Free! Words: 470. Language: English. Published: April 12, 2011. Category: Fiction » Poetry » American poetry
(4.67 from 3 reviews)
An experimental short that I wrote in first person, but only using the word I once. (ok twice if you count the title) A very dark story of love and death.
The Rot
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Price: Free! Words: 840. Language: English. Published: March 20, 2011. Category: Fiction » Horror » General
(4.71 from 7 reviews)
What starts as a normal morning turns into a complete nightmare, What would you do if you could not find a breath of fresh air, and all you could smell was the Rot
Die Already
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Price: Free! Words: 1,500. Language: English. Published: November 20, 2010. Category: Fiction » Horror » General
(4.20 from 5 reviews)
Meet Horace he has a big problem anything and everything that dies in his presence will not die.
Closing My Eyes Helps Me To See Clearly
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Price: Free! Words: 2,140. Language: English. Published: June 12, 2010. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
(4.75 from 4 reviews)
A dark vision of the end of the world These two short stories will twist and torment your mind as you unravel the paradox within them. A desperate dash to save a life, realizing one’s own fate, and a man mentally snapping at life’s issues: these stories dive into the dark side and may keep you up at night.
Gas For Grass
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Price: Free! Words: 1,220. Language: English. Published: May 2, 2010. Category: Fiction » Drama » American
(4.20 from 5 reviews)
A mans rage against a neighbor

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  • Dust on July 03, 2010

    Wow another stellar piece of work from one of my favorite authors filled with imagination, and vision a must read well crafted story.
  • Shadows of Self on Aug. 01, 2010

    A nice short story very well written about grief and guilt look forward reading more from this author
  • Today, I Told a Lie (a short story) on Aug. 20, 2010

    Another great short from an author with a amazing ability to create characters you feel deeply about. The story deals with the torment a child goes through for not being one of the guys, and would rather be on his own. You feel the pain he is put through and even worse is the pain he deals with by telling a lie.
  • Canary (a short story) on Aug. 22, 2010

    Another great short story from Michael Crane, very well told short story. His characters never take you down the same worn out path you expect, his stories have a ring of good morels even if the outcome is not favorable.
  • The Song of Ballad and Crescendo on Aug. 27, 2010

    Another great read from an amazing author. This heart warming fable takes place in a time when the world is covered in stones for the sky. It is a story of love, and taking a chance. As humans we are all afraid to take chances not knowing the outcome of things. Something bad might happen, or maybe it will enlighten our lives and the lives of others forever. This book takes a look at things we take for granted and shows us what we are missing even if it is right in front of us. The book has beautiful photos that play in harmony with the poetic words that share the page. This is the reason to own a Kindle to find stories like this that will enrich our lives. An amazing author this book is just as magic as his first book (The White Hairs)
  • Showdown at SunnyView Playground (a short-short) on Sep. 05, 2010

    A fun little story that shows how you can tell a story with a few words
  • What Alice Saw on Nov. 25, 2010

    This book is very well written with brutal details of the violence, you really feel what the victim is going through, i'm a fan of her work
  • The Dead Don't Speak on Nov. 25, 2010

    You need to take a look at the whole The Dead Don't series taking a intimate look into a killers mind. very well described in details
  • The Dollification of Mrs. Martz on Dec. 04, 2010

    What a WILD imagination, you never know where this writer is going to take you. Masterfully written putting you through the experience, This is listed under Erotica for a reason, it's a nice change and I like it.
  • The Dead Don't Pray on Dec. 05, 2010

    Detective Taylor is back :) every book in the series leaves me wanting more and more. The characters are captured very well and the grim and dark subject matter is described to a T, I some times wonder how Bridget comes up with such dreadful situations, but then I remember others ask me the same questions about my work. Keep up the greatness you are building loyal fans.
  • Well on Dec. 19, 2010

    Another story painted with a beautiful but very dark brush, a story of longing and possession.
  • Lasting Impressions of Terror on Jan. 31, 2011

    An amazing collection of short stories of darkness, violence, fear, and sin crafted in a poetic visual delight. Bridget Squires has the goods with good marketing she could make an impact in the new world of e publishing.
  • Amber - the death mask on Nov. 12, 2011

    Shutting off the outside world and entering a new realm. Tom Raimbault is what owning a Kindle is all about, his novel The Tree Goddess from last year was my favorite read of the year. Introducing you too the town of Mapleview with a cast of characters with their twisted stories all wrapping and warping around each others. The book is a true thrill to read. Now Tom returns with more from the town of Mapleview and a little town of Sillmac, this story taking place before The Tree Goddess. You don’t have to read either one of them first both are separate stories all within the same imagination of one another. Tom this time takes us into the home and proud owner of Dickly’s Hardware. The family suffers some hard times with their daughters terrible accident that leaves her paralyzed, and then the mothers sickness that eventually leads to her death. All this sorrow and heart break leads to Michael finding the charm and helpfulness of a beautiful young lady named Amber. What seems to be a dream come true both for Michael and Amber begins to build and morph into a nightmare of regret, obsession, and betrayal. You become so involved in the characters in a book of Tom’s that the whole outside world just disappears, His writing style is captivating and at times he steps out from behind the curtain ands actually addresses the reader. So do yourself a favor get this book and all his other books. This guy should be populating the top sellers list. Crawl up in a cozy blanket, open a bottle of fine wine and find yourself drifting off into the world created by Tom Raimbault, and then after your done wait for the next book to come out to take another vacation form reality.
  • Bad Billy on Sep. 08, 2012

    Disturbing thrill ride of a read A short story that gives you a lot for the price and size. Bad Billy is the product of inbreeding, and shoved into a basement. When he finally finds his way out into the world he has been shut off from years, his social skills are psychotic. This book would make a amazing film I could picture Rob Zombie turning this into a cult classic. Mayhem, blood, gore, and many surprise twist makes this story a work of art of how to write a short story. I will be waiting and instantly buying this authors new work as soon as it comes out.