Donald White


Donald White grew up on the coast of North Carolina with his mother and father, an older and a younger sister. He has a degree in Information Systems, having graduated with honors. Later, he moved to Durham and is now employed at a software company in Raleigh. He is an avid reader of classical and modern literature. The following works are available: Lady Killer, The Face in the Mirror, Vengeance and Valor, The Hound, Hallowed: The Collection, The Visions of Sandy Brown, The Bard and the Witch, The Monster and Otherplace.

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Hallowed: The Collection
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 50,240. Language: English. Published: December 11, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Horror » General
Cloaked figures gather around a stone table to hear tales of great terror: of ghostly seduction and nightmares faced; of friendship lost and murder frustrated; of monstrous vengeance and perilous greed; of paranoia and powerful obsession; of awful rage and doomed revenge. What is sacred? And to what purpose do we dedicate our lives? For only through the shedding of blood, can we be truly clean…
The Hound
Price: Free! Words: 7,590. Language: English. Published: February 9, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Occult
(4.00 from 1 review)
From Donald White, author of "The Face in the Mirror" comes a new tale of terror. Linda Greywood feels persecuted by everyone and everything around her. But a real monstrosity is stalking her now, in the form of an infernal beast! Oppressed, her mind begins to unravel and she will take matters into her own hands. Run as fast as you can, but you will never escape The Hound.
The Face in the Mirror
Price: Free! Words: 5,790. Language: English. Published: December 15, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Ghost, Fiction » Horror » General
(4.00 from 1 review)
From the author of the international sensation "Lady Killer" comes "The Face in the Mirror": a short story of a ghostly seduction which drives a man to madness. In the darkness of his room one night, a struggling writer sees a vision of beauty behind him in the mirror. Is she a lover, or a dangerous apparition? Stare into the glass, and you will see the truth standing right behind you.
Lady Killer
Price: Free! Words: 4,150. Language: English. Published: October 13, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Crime
(3.67 from 3 reviews)
The international sensation "Lady Killer" by Donald White is a tale of foul murder frustrated by forces beyond the mortal ken. Rick Smith is a killer, who has chosen his next victim: Lisa Montgomery. But all is not as it seems, and Rick will soon learn the insatiable appetite of a true predator.

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  • Opposites on Oct. 14, 2012

    Wow, yeah this one surprised me. At first, it focuses on mirrors, which I love. Even the character's perspective of the mirror makes sense. And then, you find out the truth, and it is even more frightening than the build-up. This story is well-paced, succinct and the plot turns on a dime...
  • Turning Point on Oct. 14, 2012

    Such a short, little snapshot into the mind of someone contemplating the unthinkable. The strength is in the perspective of the character. She thinks about the victim and how others will be affected by his demise. Things that should be a concern to someone with her intentions
  • Eldritchville on Oct. 10, 2013

    What would a man give for his soul? A simple drive leads John Elderberry, his daughter Grace and her best friend Annie into a town that should not be: Eldritchville. The author takes us to a place where the barriers have broken, and the inhumanity of humanity is on display. Wolves hunt sheep, and monsters roam the streets. One man’s slow descent into madness is clearly seen in vivid detail. The two girls are morsels of innocence in the midst of this wicked stew. Grace will learn a terrible truth, and her awful destiny: for magic has a price, and the Teacher intends to exact said toll in his pursuit of power. John Elderberry will face his worst enemy: himself. Can he hold onto his sanity? Or will he be consumed by a fire that destroys from within? Trapped in a town that should not be, one man struggles to save his soul. But how much blood will be shed for him to be made pure?
  • Storyscape on Oct. 12, 2013

    Stories are like dreaming when one is awake. But what if you could enter these dreams, just by staring into the eyes of another? Richard Sable has a gift: look into his eyes and you will experience a story of his making. Just recently, he shared this ability with his daughter Katy. The young girl was caught up in a world of wonder, where anything is possible and adventure awaits. But the ‘storyscape’ holds a hidden danger… This is a tale of loss, and renewed hope. You can easily see what the girl sees, and get caught up in the stories that her father prepares for her in his mind’s eye. In the midst of this, is the drama of a man grieving over his comatose wife. And Richard is forced to make a difficult choice: continue to grieve or be grateful for what he has left. Can a father face his worst fears and deepest regrets? Or will he risk everything to get back the one he loves? Dreams become nightmares and one man is sent spinning into the web he has weaved. A story can begin by will alone, but a happy ending must always be earned…