“Shadows” in Dark Moon Digest #11, 2013
Joe’s shadow has stopped obeying him.
“And One for the Road” in Mistresses of the Macabre, 2013
Just another day at the small-town diner… except for the dangerous man in dark sunglasses, the bleeding boy, and the fact that Maggie keeps reliving the same day over and over. But the more she tries to fix things, the more horrific the results.
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“The Island of Doctor Moldovan” in The Dead Sea, 2013
In an alternate world where Vlad the Impaler is a vampire and has overtaken most of Europe, two U.S. Marines end up wayward in their invasion of the Wallachian Empire. Instead they land on one of the uninhabited Blood Islands, where their terror begins.
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“Lakeshore Drive” in Arcane II, 2013
During a snowstorm of apocalyptic proportions, Susannah is trapped in her car on a frozen Lakeshore Drive. But the snow is the least of her worries as her mind unravels, a terrible secret haunts her, and the city becomes a living nightmare…
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“The Garden” in Suffer the Little Children, 2013
Great Aunt Eugenia is dead, and to Lily, that makes her house a tomb. But the magical garden out back seems quite alive, and it’s started whispering to her in ghostly voices, entreating her into its dark foliage to uncover the secrets it holds.
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“Anthem of the Damned” in First Time Dead Vol. 3, 2012
How should one react to his roommate going insane and trying to eat him? They didn’t cover that during orientation. Carter just wants to survive college, but a strange infection turning the students ravenous threatens to damn him instead.
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“The Viola d’Amore” in Cover of Darkness, March 2012
Danielle and her boyfriend Andy stumble across a cursed viola that haunts Andy’s uncle’s house with its deceptively sweet music. When Andy gives into his desire to play it, Danielle learns the horrible truth of the curse and the darkness of desperate love.
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“The Abortion” in Indiana Science Fiction, 2011
Irene didn’t want to get pregnant from the mysterious stranger at the bar, but she decided to keep the baby anyway. Big mistake: it seems the thing in her belly isn’t entirely human.
Also in Indiana Science Fiction: “Side Effects May Include Suicide”
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“The Fifth” in Alternate Dimensions, 2011
On Halloween, a group of costumed criminals plan what should be a simple heist, but the world of dreams and the world of reality become confused when the plan goes horribly wrong.
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