The Grey Rooms
My story “Things You See in a Graveyard” features on Season 3, Episode 9 of the audio drama anthology show The Grey Rooms. They’re newly a weekly podcast, each week featuring both a ‘meta’ type over-arching plot, and in the latter half features an anthology story from an author. My story is about Leslie and her friend Merideth, two girls living in a strange town they call Cemetery Falls, who want to know about the things that go bump in the night in their strange town. You can hear the episode here, or find it wherever you listen to podcasts After the story aired, I also did an interview with them, which appears in an episode called Behind the Door.
The Wicked Library
My story “Making the Merrow” is available as Episode 1107 (season 11, episode 7) of The Wicked Library’s Season of Sci-Fi. The episode features guest-host Jessica McEvoy, and is narrated by the amazingly talented Addison Peacock. If you want a dark mermaid tale, check out this episode by either following the link, or by finding TWL on the podcatcher of your choosing.
My story “Night Terrors” features on Episode 819 (season 8, episode 19) of the audio drama podcast The Wicked Library. They’re a bi-weekly podcast, each episode bringing a new story from a fabulous author. Each episode, unless otherwise stated, also includes a bonus “interview with the author” after the main story to find out more about how the story came to be. You can listen to my story here, or you can find the podcast on just about any major podcast app you choose.
A Monster Told me Bedtime Stories is a collection of tales told by, for, and about monsters. Penned by award-winning authors, bestselling writers, and visionary nightmare-smiths, A Monster Told me Bedtime Stories will remind you what it means to be afraid of the dark. In my story, “Bells,” we follow a young boy, Michael, as he finds solace from the monster under his bed, and how that monster finds a way to protect him from the real danger he faces – his own family. You can get your copy here.
Daughters of Darkness brings you 46 tales of terror from the depths of the female mind. Pull up a chair and listen to the horrors of murderous femme fatales, fiercely protective mothers, and daughters who realize their childhood isn’t quite what it seemed. My story, Death with Benefits, follows a young woman who sold her soul for an unstated fortune is approached by the devil himself, but not because she did wrong on her end of their deal. He needs a favor from her, and one that might change her life – and her afterlife – forever. You can get your copy here.
From Haunted House Publishing, The Tavistock Galleria: Short Horror Stories from America’s Retail Wasteland is a collection of stories taking place in a mall. The stories range from a thriving mall to a dying wasteland of dwindling shoppers, to a closed, haunted burial ground of a former retail paradise. My story, Bitchcraft, sits somewhere in the middle, centering around a young man desperate for a summer job, and getting more than he bargained when curiosity gets the better of him at a well-known alternative/goth store. You can get your copy here.
From Haunted House Publishing and the Nosleep Author Alliance, the Monstronomicon is a huge collection of 100 short stories from 70 different authors. My story, I Think I saw my Sister Yesterday, about a girl looking for her sister in an early post-apocalyptic world, sits alongside many other stories, all featuring a unique monster outside of the well-used vampires, werewolves, zombies or ghouls. Get your copy here.
Proceeds of book sales go to fundraising for a series of short horror films based on the stories within.