Published Jul 11, 2020 · 2,428 words (9 minutes) · 7 views
The mysterious case of a man and the horn of a rhino lost in Lisbon.
Published Jul 10, 2020 · 6,847 words (25 minutes) · 1 like · 32 views
The classic time travel paradox suggests that trips to the past are impossible because any change to the past will change the future where the time travel machine is invented, causing the future that sent the machine to the past to not exist, thereby not changing the future (and so on forever). But there are places in the past where one can travel that by their nature are insulated from the future. Time travel is possible!
Fiction Series: Ongoing 6 Chapters
Updated Jul 10, 2020 · 18,533 words (68 minutes) · 3 likes · 109 views
In the wake of a séance gone wrong, a monstrous killer is summoned from the depths of nightmare by a deadly murder-cult. It’s up to the Royal Occultist to stop the bloodthirsty horror before another notch is added to its gory tally, but will he become the next victims of the horror disguised as London’s most famous killer?
Published Jul 10, 2020 · 2,067 words (8 minutes) · 27 views
The rings of a tree tell a story. For some trees, that means a litany of horrors that have twisted its long life and haunt its space still, even after the tree is harvested. This story was written for the D. F. Lewis-edited Horror Anthology of Horror Anthologies as a twist on the theme to expand the image of what an anthology is and might be.
Published Jul 8, 2020 · 2,206 words (9 minutes) · 1 like · 467 views
16 (or more) fantastic stories I read in June.