Tyler Vitt


Tyler J. Vitt has been writing for much of his life. He writes for the sheer pleasure of seeing his thoughts put into words — and for easing the strain on his mind caused by a ceaseless imagination.

Tyler typically sticks to writing horror and science-fiction as well as the occasional bit of fantasy, preferring to include elements of the fantastic and the supernatural, stuff that just cannot be found in the real world. He believes the best stories in some way incorporate a sword (or a situation where one would come in handy), and that every narrative should, at some point, evoke at least a smile.

If you have any questions or comments on his stories, or want to discuss anything at all for that matter, feel free to drop Tyler a line at TylerJVitt@tylerjvitt.com.

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This member has not published any books.

Smashwords book reviews by Tyler Vitt

  • The Chamber on Jan. 27, 2012
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    Excellent read. As J Dean mentioned below, it would have been nice for the story to go at a slower pace, but considering it is a short story the author did very good at building tension and believable characters in less than 5000 words.
  • Bloody Knife on Jan. 27, 2012
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    Chilling, a brief but profound look into the mind of an incredibly deranged man. Perfect ending. My only qualm is that a few times I felt as though the narrator was explaining in a bit too much detail (some simple allusions would have been nice), but overall it was a great, five minute read.
  • Bloody Knife on Jan. 27, 2012
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    Chilling, a vivid and believable look at one man's loosened mind. Perfect ending, emphasized even more than the image of the bloody knife just how deranged the narrator is. My only qualm is that I felt at times like the narrator was explaining in too much detail (simple allusions would have been more fitting in a few spots). But overall it was a fantastically shocking five-minute read.