Let's Eat Daddy

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
A horror short fiction, concentrating on the events leading up to and subsequent horrific death of someone whom very much deserves it. More
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Words: 2,730
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476384146
About Shaun Morris

Author Bio

Shaun Morris was born in June, 1990 on a lovely winter day. I should know, I remember it explicitly. He was born in Carnarvon, Western Australia and has since slowly meandered his way to his current place of residence, Perth, WA. He is the first son of Stephen Morris, an otherwise unknown individual due to his inherent uselessness as a human being.

Shaun attended a great deal of schools throughout his life, but fortunately managed to stay in the same soul-crushing high school for his entire upper-school career. Shaun’s love of writing and reading came, originally, form his mother. She taught Shaun to read, and he has no memory of ever being unable to do so. Ever since being taught, he has been a veracious reader and is literally always in the process of reading another book.

Shaun enjoys writing, reading and is a great fan of local Perth music. He is an as-of-yet unpublished author, but this stems more from laziness than any lack of skill. The worlds that he makes are dark, destructive but with a streak of hilarity that will keep you laughing, guiltily, at others misfortunes until the end of the story.

If you would like to contact Shaun he is, proudly, internet savvy. You can contact him on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr under his self-assigned pseudonym – SKM.

Thanks for your time. ;)

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Review by: Jason Maurer on July 27, 2012 :
This short story is creepy, hands down. Definitely one to tell around a camp fire, or on those nights when the electricity goes out and all you have are candles.
(review of free book)

Review by: Ardy on June 20, 2012 :
not quite sure everything that was happening, but I think that was intended. I enjoy disturbing looks into psychotic minds, and this was surely that.
(review of free book)

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