A.A Wray


Aishling Wray is an author that specialized is novelettes and atmospheric fiction

Smashwords Interview

Who are your favorite authors?
Stephanie Meyer and John Green.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
Creating new and fun worlds and characters, and working on my artwork and music.
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Dark, Scary, and Sad Short Stories
Stories to scare you, depress you, and make you feel unsettled inside.


20 More Dark, Scary, And Sad Short Stories
Series: Dark, Scary, and Sad Short Stories. Price: Free! Words: 11,340. Language: English. Published: May 1, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Weird fiction
20 more dark, scary and sad short stories to scare you, depress you and make you feel unsettled inside.
12 Stories Of Christmas
Price: Free! Words: 8,120. Language: Commonwealth English. Published: December 14, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Holiday » Christmas
12 short stories to warm you up for Christmas. Perhaps to help you remember why you loved the holiday, or maybe to give you a new sense of hope for it. These 12 stories are sometimes sad, sometimes funny, sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes heartwarming, but always written with love.
20 Dark, Scary and Sad Short Stories
Series: Dark, Scary, and Sad Short Stories. Price: Free! Words: 10,560. Language: English. Published: December 30, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Flash fiction
20 stories to scare you, depress you, and make you feel unsettled inside.

A.A Wray's tag cloud

christmas    dark    depressing    family    fiction    flash    happy    holidays    horror    sad    scary    short    stories    story    supernatural    unsettling    warm   

A.A Wray's favorite authors on Smashwords

Latest book: Feral Love. Published August 7, 2018.
LOL Funny Jokes Club
Latest book: 151+ Blonde Jokes!. Published August 15, 2017. (1.00 from 1 review)

Smashwords book reviews by A.A Wray

  • Until Dawn on March 16, 2017

    This was a nice peaceful read. I know it was meant to be a worst case scenario type of story, but the way it was written had a certain warmth about it and the characters were nice and simply pleasing protagonist. The pace was good, and even though I could sense how it was going to end a mile away, I'm glad I read it for the nice writing. I won't give away the ending, but the story excelled in its realism. And even though it was very fantastical, it was still a pleasant endeavor.
  • Stained (A Short Chiller) on March 16, 2017

    Good story. The dark tone and nondescript backstory of the main character matched the chilling story. There was one or two lines which really got into my head with the imagery, about the bloody handprints dotted on the wall, and literally the whole scene that that line is taking from. I really do think the author did a good job in describing blood, for some reason. I could really feel it and see it and the descriptions of the feel of it on the main character's hands was interesting. All in all, a nice enough read. The only thing I could fault with it is that it was quite a predictable ending. Not a bad thing, if that's what the author had in mind, but it would've been even more chilling if it had been someone else who had caused the missing people. Just my two cents.