Cuts: A Horror Short Story Now Available

Cuts: A Horror Short Story

 

American Nightmare

 Mel is a competent middle-aged accounting manager in a mid-size corporation, just a few years from retirement. When a government directive forces him to make way for a younger worker by cutting one of his older accountants, he struggles to decide which one he’ll reward with early paid retirement. But the government adds a sinister twist that raises the stakes for Mel and his employees.

Cuts is a horror short story in the best tradition of the Twilight Zone.

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Coming March 27th!

Cuts: A Horror Short Story

Mel, a competent middle-aged accounting manager in a mid-size corporation, is just a few years from retirement. When a government directive forces him to make way for a younger worker by cutting one of his older accountants, he struggles to decide which one he’ll reward with early paid retirement. But the government adds a sinister twist that raises the stakes for Mel and his employees.

Cuts is a horror short story in the best tradition of The Twilight Zone.

Cuts: A Horror Short Story

 

UPDATE: Amazon seems to be having difficulties processing publishing uploads so Cuts didn’t make the 27th. As of 8:17 pm Alaska time on the 28th, it hasn’t completed processing. Will keep you updated.

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New Website

I have a lot of plans for 2015 and figured the first should be to get a new website up and running. You might see improvements happening for a bit, while I figure some things out.

I expect to publish Changes – A Horror Short Story on Amazon in ebook form by the end of January. Seeing Jenny, another horror short story should go the same route soon after. I still need a cover for that one.

My first novel, The Tilt, has been through several revisions and is now out with an agent. I don’t expect to hear back until at least February. It’s a post-apocalyptic action-adventure novel and the first in a series. In the meantime, I’ve started the first draft of second book of the series. Its working title is The Confederacy, and picks up where The Tilt ends.

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