Christopher Teese


I write stories of the dark drama, fantasy, and horror variety. I like to go way outside the boundaries of conventionality and create things that have never been created before. I like to feel that my work has a uniqueness and originality all of its own. I am not trying to recreate things that have already done before or be like anyone else. I am simply trying to let my work be uniquely and utterly my own, reflecting what I truly feel and believe is important to express.

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The Nightmares of J.T. Night
Delve into the twisted nightmares of J.T. Night. Ever since he was a young boy, J.T. Night has been afflicted with a most usual condition: every night he falls asleep, he has bizarre and twisted horrific dreams. In these dreams he is always other people he's never met in other places he's never been. He has never known what causes this or why his dreams different from everyone else's. In a waking state he pens his dreams down for catharsis as short horror stories, more or less as he actually dreamt them. Are you brave enough to join him in the horrific nightmares of J.T. Night?


The Nightmares of J.T. Night: She Has a Way of Getting Inside Your Head
Series: The Nightmares of J.T. Night. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 20,540. Language: English. Published: July 5, 2023 . Categories: Fiction » Horror » General, Fiction » Horror » Weird fiction
Rev. Joseph has always gotten along well with his neighbor Mrs. McGillicudy. After helping her move one day, things don't seem quite right. He is starting to hallucinate her in his apartment in horrifying ways. His apartment begins to change, looking more and more like hers. And the people she had helping her move - something didn't seem quite right about them. She is getting inside his head.
The Nightmares of J.T. Night: The Damned Are Outside My Window
Series: The Nightmares of J.T. Night. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 16,560. Language: English. Published: April 2, 2021 . Categories: Fiction » Horror » Weird fiction, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Supernatural
Joss Finch is a teen idol on his first tour with his family band. On route in their tour van, they stop and stay the night on the side of the road. Unable to sleep, he suddenly realizes he can't move. Then they start showing up. Horrific beings. Looking down on him through the bus windows. The next day he wonders if it was all just a dream. But the real horror is just beginning.
The Nightmares of J.T. Night: Church of the Living Dolls
Series: The Nightmares of J.T. Night. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 22,560. Language: English. Published: January 13, 2021 . Categories: Fiction » Horror » Weird fiction
A young man named Jason finds himself strangely lost on his way home from work. Stopping at a most unusual church to ask for directions, he soon realizes the church is at the heart of a horrifying and sinister plot in the community that may be far too late to stop. They've already turned almost everybody. They're coming for him next.
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 3,750. Language: English. Published: June 12, 2017 . Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Drama, Fiction » Literature » Literary
(5.00 from 1 review)
A young boy tries to process grief over the sudden death of his older brother. How do you move on when the world no longer feels right? How do you cope with the loss of those you can never get back?
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 3,380. Language: English. Published: February 13, 2017 . Categories: Fiction » LGBTQ+ » Gay, Fiction » Young adult or teen » LGBTQ+
(3.00 from 2 reviews)
A young gay teen wrestles with acceptance of himself and the fear of rejection of those closest to him.

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angst    death    demons    drama    gay    grief    horror    horror fiction    lgbt    monsters    nightmare    nightmares    psychological    psychological horror    scary    short story    supernatural    suspense    weird    weird fiction   

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Smashwords book reviews by Christopher Teese

  • Memoirs of a Girl Who Loves God on July 17, 2015

    This is a well-done first novel about a teenage girl going through real-life struggles and dealing with self-destructive tendencies, whose views on life and God start to change when she volunteers at a local homeless shelter and begins to be impacted by the people there. It’s realistically written, the characters are memorable and come across as if you’re reading about real people, and although there are a few sad parts (I won’t spoil anything), the story is largely heartwarming and about healing and redemption and leaves you with a good feeling when you’ve finished reading it, especially if you are a person of faith. The story tackles tough questions, such as why there is suffering in the world if there is a loving God, which is incidentally something I’ve spent a lot of time struggling with myself and doing a lot of studying over the years. I felt the questions and responses to them were dealt with very well in this book. The story also manages to respond to these subjects without being preachy or feeling like it has a sole agenda to convert its readers to religion. The love of God is simply shown through the characters, the conversations they have, and the way Krystal begins to change and see the world as the story progresses, which is the way stories like this (and all Christian fiction, really) should be written. All in all, this is a good first novel by an author with a promising future.