J. Scott Sharp


J. Scott Sharp lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife, the well-known artist, Marti Sharp. He has written two novels.

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The List of Five: A Beginning
Price: Free! Words: 17,130. Language: English. Published: April 19, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Horror » General
When Delvin Lyon wakes with a list of five names in his mind that threatens to tear apart his brain, he thinks that is the most frightened he has ever been. But when he meets a strange couple own the local carnival, he is sure that they are the cause of the list of names and the visions and dreams he is having. Now he must protect those he cares about most, because The List may be the end of all

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  • Grey on Nov. 04, 2011

    What a great read! Mark Stewart is a man to watch! I especially liked the ending (which I will not spoil). It was both poignant and honest.
  • Blink on Nov. 06, 2011

    This is a creepy story! I have never liked the dentist (who does), but this story doesn't help my irrationality about the dentist office, at all. Bradley Convissar has hit a nerve with this story!
  • Last Dance of a Black Widow on Nov. 07, 2011

    This story had me thinking about the things I have done wrong. Just as it's description says, this story is one with that elicits some thought-provoking and sobering questions that explore a life lived not just poorly, but intentionally so. I would recommend this story to everyone!
  • Strapped on Nov. 07, 2011

    Pretty Good story! Could kind of see where this one was heading, but it was still very creepy! recommended!
  • Out After Dark on Feb. 20, 2012

    The hunt is on! I have found a horror writer that I can get into. Being a short story writer myself, I loved the flow of this story and the fact that Mr. Luffman was very clever in the layering of plot. It is a moody piece, but the mood contributed to this story's "unputdownable" style. I am thoroughly looking forward to "Frostwalker" by this author, after having read this short. Of course others are entitled to their opinions, but I did not have any trouble with grammar on this story. It was a well put together story and one that I would recommend! Thanks for a great read Brandon!