Things that go bump in the night, voices that scream in the dark, sounds when no one is there or the silent figure when there should be no one there.
Horror and ghost stories have always held a fascination for the LGBT reader, just look at the popularity of American Horror Story and the writing of Clive Barker and Anne Rice. In horror/ghost stories so many LGBT themes can be explored, they are far more than screaming women and camp villains, well the good ones are.
This collection will feature some of my LGBT horror and ghost stories. So, sit back and make sure all the lights are still on…
Maximillian "Max" is the son of the evil stepsister who now works for his aunt's undercover agency. He is struggling to be viewed as someone competent at his job, then a new mission to capture a notorious gang leader named Franklin who is associated with illegal animal trades appears. All Max has to do is seduce him, so he can repair any credibility he has left as an undercover agent and prove to everyone that he is not just a case of nepotism. However, things never go according to plan, and Max needs to know whether Franklin can be trusted before things get worse in a world of talking animals and grizzly gentlemen.
Nat Othic likes to drink, play cards and mind his own business. He had thought his past was long forgotten until Addison Rayne shoved a stun baton into his back and brought him before the Governor of the state. Nat is offered a lot of money to track down the remnants of the gang he once rode with.
Together he and Addison have to ride deep into the Deadlands, the scorched earth where evil thrives in both man and beast.
Known for his obsession with Halloween, it isn't surprising when teacher Ramón "Mr. October" Chavez goes all out in throwing the faculty party for the holiday. However, the venue he's chosen is rumored to have a past steeped in dark history. As the night goes on, he learns that the tales of the place's past may very well be true and that he may be in for one intense Halloween.
Based in the Charming universe, Once Upon a Time is a collection of short stories inspired by the storytelling card game of the same name. For each short story, I incorporated five or more story cards and one ending card that are all selected at random. Each story includes elements of fairy tales in the modern world, romance between two men and a guaranteed happily ever after. The title of each short story will be the sentence of the ending card and the story cards will be listed at the end. Enjoy!
Liam Sanders was forced to make a journal notebook for his English project. But he took a liking into it and decided to keep one for himself. This is his secret journal-diary, and this narrates the story of how he met the End.
“The time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander off into myths.” 2 Timothy 4:3-4