Unhappy Endings

Twelve thousand words of tears and terror! These short stories all have one thing in common - they do not end well. Be it murderers, monsters, or love, something always goes wrong. Hollywood didn't write these tales, so the good guy doesn't win. Lock the doors, close the drapes, and turn on the lights. Get... Continue Reading →

Nightmares, Dystopias, and Other Short Stories by Christopher Fisher

A collection of short stories exploring a future where corporations rule, scenes from a post-apocalypse, he dark corners of the world, and breakfast at a New York City Deli. Purchase Here Christopher Fisher lives in Long Beach, California with his wife, two children, and two dachshunds who are always hungry. Currently working in Information Technology,... Continue Reading →

Bit Grim, Isn't It?: "Follow the rope. Close your eyes. Keep going forward."  A rope that goes on forever, a dark and sinister apartment block, a morally conflicted orc and a strange initiation on Halloween night are just some of the tales that await you in 'Bit Grim, Isn't It?' Macabre, funny, honest, strange, this... Continue Reading →

They Come from the Shadows: A Collection of Horror

A giant sea creature. A demon possessed cat. A mysterious woman lingering in a graveyard. They all dwell just beyond the seeping tendrils of daylight--just past pleasant dreams and bubblegum palaces. This is where nightmares live. Let me tell you a story...   https://www.amazon.com/They-Come-Shadows-Collection-Horror/dp/1726620913/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1539882352&sr=8-1&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=they%20come%20from%20the%20shadows%20kira%20mckinney&dpPl=1&dpID=417qYfpBhpL&ref=plSrch&fbclid=IwAR1-4bFsFdAKYS_FHlR15LoyDfUsKvYFMn1EU7iKS-QO8BifSRslR2mEIpU     Kira McKinney was born and raised in the heart... Continue Reading →

Heat by Steven Carr

From eerie horror to human tragedy, from biting science fiction to unearthly fantasy, from realistic human drama to quirky surrealism, Heat has it all. In Heat, Steve Carr explores character and sorrow. The protagonists' lives had pushed them back into a corner and there was nowhere else for them to go, no matter how much... Continue Reading →

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