M.W. Stevens is an adventure/comedy writer from the United States. He started writing original fiction in middle school with very short stories, and continued writing fiction through college where he won awards and scholarships as presented to him by two college presidents and one state governor. After a four year break to try new things, He has returned to writing and hopes to bring joy and emotion to his readers for years to come.
After almost 20 years, Mike Hall bumps into his high school girlfriend Julie at the mall. They realize there is still the remnants of a flame there, and they only have one night to re-light it before she leaves for good. Except, Mike is engaged and faces the ultimate guy struggle.
The widow of the owner of Jameson Mansion lost her mind and committed suicide, vowing to come back in 100 years to deliver good news from the afterlife. On the exact day of her return, a young group of thrill seekers locked themselves down in the mansion to experience her return. But will this tale of paranormal suspense end the way you would expect? Probably not.
on Jan. 16, 2011
This is an interesting story. As a writer myself, I know how vivid the subconscious is. I'm convinced that the creative portion of the brain is off-limits in daily life and can only be accessed through unnatural methods or via sleep. Yet, it's still strangely connected with reality.
I like the use of landmarks. Made me feel like I was at home in the story.