Showing posts from December, 2016

Happy Dark Year by Calvin Demmer

Cody Wheeler has had one stressful year and wants nothing more than to relax, forget about his problems, meet up with his buddies  for a beer or two. He can't wait to wave out  the old year and welcome in the new. However all his problems seem to be following him, such as his long term girlfriend Kendall Simpson, things haven't been right lately, he just can't put his finger on where it's all going wrong. He tries his best to be the perfect boyfriend but everything he does winds her up. He's beginning to question whether she's worth all the effort and against his better judgement after one argument too many he decides to leave her at the roadside and go to the party alone... This tale by Calvin Demmer is a great dark story guaranteed to counter-act the sweetness of the festive season for all you horror fans out there. In this, Calvin Demmer takes something very old and makes it new for the 21st century. If you love this tale and eager for more, this i

Deadman's Tome -Trumpocalypse

I was very honoured to have been interviewed by Deadman's Tome about my writing for their special Trumpocalypse Edition! This is a great site through which I have been previously published and by buying collections like these you're helping to support new and upcoming writing talent! As the title suggests it is a short story collection of twisted satircal tales all about Donald Trump! Deadman's Tome Trumpocalypse is loaded with dark twisted stories featuring the President, riffing his ego, his micro-penis, and his love for his daughter. Trumpocalypse deleivers more laughs than scares, but the dark tones and demented edge is everything Deadman's Tome. Check out where he confesses a bombshell. You can buy this for kindle and print too! If you're a lover of dark and twisted horror then you can find much much more at Deadman's Tome  

Thanks Sinning by Calvin Demmer

Thanks Sinning is the third short story to be released by upcoming horror writer Calvin Demmer. "It all started with a glass shattering..." Deshawn Williams sits in a dingy bar contemplating how his life took a wrong turn. The only source of excitement in his life was watching a heated exchange take place between a barmaid and customer. The barmaid accused of being a homewrecker looks like trouble, one to be avoided but when she approaches Deshawn stuck in hs quiet life he is powerless to resist the danger that surrounds her. He's supposed to be going home to his mum for dinner for Thanks Giving. She takes him away and promises him a night of passion if he can do one thing for her. But what she asks of him goes against everything he believes in. He takes a second look at her and realise she's not all she seems but can he show her that sin doesn't always win. I really enjoyed reading this great little tale, highly original and a great ending. Did Desh