There was nothing scenic about tress that hid the sky, fallen stumps to climb over, vines that seemed to grow around Brian’s legs, even as he moved, and the silence, the deathly silence. He hadn’t heard a single car since he entered this . . . this, whatever it was. Brain couldn't see where he was For the Trees.
Nothing is certain or known in the void. Space is infinite and time is irrelevant. In a place such as this, two souls sit in wait for a door that may never open. A door that disappears and reappears at random surrounded by light. But where does the door lead? Bilbee doesn’t know, and Joe isn’t telling. However, when the door finally opens, only one of them is allowed to walk through it.
This E-book is a collection of short stories following the darkness within and without basic human nature, showing us how big and how small our worlds truly are. Grim tales of the unknown and a magnifying glass on the people we may be standing right next to. Chillers, Thrillers and adventures abound, but are you ready for what lies beneath the Depths?
Two teenagers on a deadly mission to save a mother find themselves in a fairy tale land where evil has darkened it and made it unsafe to live in. They, along with some magical friends, must overcome great odds to find the mother and the true identity of the one holding her.
They're humanity's last hope and time is running out.
Jenny Avian boards the last ship escaping our doomed planet, a ship built and engineered by her husband, but the horror isn't over for this husband and wife team.
The radiation that poisoned our planet has slipped aboard the escape vessel and when the ship enters a strange nebula the terror escalates into something no one ever expected.
This is a collection of short stories and poems that I wrote as a child spanning a time frame of 6 years, from age 7 to 13, out of a desire to be creative. I had a wild imagination (which you will see!), and all of these writings came from within. I had a fondness for scary stories, mysteries, and the unknown, all due I am sure from the books I read and the shows I watched in the 1960's.