PUMPKIN (short story excerpt)

  (I wrote this last October, trying to capture the essence of Halloween goodness and childhood enjoyment- before turning up the creepy factor in the end.)   The majority of the trick or treaters had already abandoned the streets, divvying up their spoils of war and sorting their favorites into piles in the safety of their … Continue reading PUMPKIN (short story excerpt)



Harry knew that, the minute he had laid eyes on Sally, that she was one of a kind. That pale skin. Her hair falling in waves. She was gorgeous, no doubt. Wide eyes that hinted at things he needed from her. That strange smile, a bit crooked, as if trying to hide it from him … Continue reading ANNIVERSARY