Michael Wright is a young author living in the deep south. Raised on horror movies and thick books, he enjoys reading, writing, coffee, and pipes. He resides in Mobile, Alabama with his wife Hillary.
What do you read for pleasure?
Everything. I love to read good horror, thriller and speculative fiction. Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Ted Dekker, Joe Hill, all those guys. I like some John Grisham too, but if it's got strong characters and a good story, I'll read it.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
Kindle Touch, although the Fire is nice, and way more functional in some ways - the touch simulates the written page better and I don't get distracted by Facebook that way.
Published: September 27, 2011.
Fiction » Horror » General
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
Tom Morrison has just lost his fiance, and then his mother grows incredibly sick. In caring for his mother and missing Trisha, he finds more about his mother than he cared to ever know...a dark and terrible secret. A story of a mother's love gone wrong.
on Aug. 13, 2011
Very cool story. It's an intense piece of horror fiction with a tremendous ending.
Smashwords Style Guide
on Aug. 15, 2011
This guide was very easy and almost fun to read. Coker shows you how to do what you need to do to upload stories on Smashwords in a simple, concise, and humorous fashion that doesn't make you scratch your head in confusion or become bored to tears.
Writing Critique: A Horror Short Story
on Aug. 20, 2011
This was a pretty cool story, very different and very interesting. Over the words was this hanging fog of dread so essential to the horror genre. Nice work.