Lemme tell you something…

Posts tagged “knock

Image

Someone’s Knockin’ at the Door

knock-the-door

Advertisements

The Second Shortest Horror Story

THE SECOND SHORTEST HORROR STORY: A Mashup

KNOCK (The Shortest Story) –

The last man on Earth sat alone in a room.

There was a knock on the door.
― Frederic Brown

It was the last woman on Earth.

The last man and woman on Earth sat alone in a room. There was a knock on the door.

It was the last boy and girl on Earth.

The last man, woman, boy, and girl on Earth sat alone in a room. There was a knock on the door.

The kids taught the monkey to knock.
– E.C. McMullen Jr.


wb2016Don’t be the last person to buy my book,
WILLOW BLUE.
It’s my second collection of critically acclaimed Supernatural and Drama Thriller short stories with all of the Weird Sex, True Love, Monsters and Mayhem, you’ve come to expect (or should by now). Available in paperback for $8.00 or in Kindle for only $1.99. Buy the paperback at Amazon and the Kindle eBook is free! The tales will last you longer than latte!

Want more? Buy

PERPETUAL BULLET: A Science Fiction Collection.
It’s a veritable trove of previously published Science Fiction Horror Thriller tales – plus bonus stories
Featuring: Weird Sex, True Love, Monsters and Mayhem!
Now on sale for $9.00 in Trade Paperback and in eBook for $1.99 and available for your Android Tablet, iPad, Kindle, Nook, and every other “E”!
Find it at (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Diesel, !ndigo, iTunes, KoboBooks, Smashwords, WHSmith, and more).
Buy the paperback at Amazon and the Kindle eBook is free!

Crave still more?

Look for my story Cedo Looked Like People, in the anthology, FEAR THE REAPER, edited by Joe Mynhardt. Available from Crystal Lake Publishing and available in Print for $12.99 or eBook for $2.99.

Also available from Crystal Lake Publishing, the film making guidebook, HORROR 201: The Silver Scream. Reap the rewards of movie making experience from the likes of Myself, as well as  John Carpenter, Tom Holland, Jeffrey Reddick, George A. Romero, Keith Arem, Richard Gray, also the late  Ray Bradbury, Wes Craven, plus many more. $19.99 in Print or $3.99 in eBook.