The Witcher Man, and the case of the wolf that wasn’t – Pt.1

James’s Note: This short story is my take on an urban fantasy detective story. I always end up being annoyed by the characters in the ones I read, so I decided to make my own. I have some plans to eventually expand this into a full novel. If you’d like to read more of the …

Nightmare: Redacted Part 4

Sharon’s note: Things can always get worse. Hopefully before they get better, but life isn’t always that kind. Warning: Some language and evidence of poor life choices. So, I was unemployed.  The woman who was in charge of the college bookstore had been looking for an excuse to fire me for months. Too many Monday …

Nightmare: Redacted Part 3

Sharon’s Note: Poor Beth. Nose leeches aren’t fun for anyone. To bad it gets worse. Warning: Any resemblance to an actual hospital stay is purely fictitious. Really, nurses rock! The emergency room had been surprisingly busy considering it was a Monday morning. After Katy had used the master key to open the door and found …

Nightmare: Redacted Part 2

Sharon’s Note: The story continues. Warning: General grossness. I opened my mouth. I think I meant to scream, but blood flooded into my mouth, gagging me. As I collapsed, I vomited, and the pain in my head started painting auras across my vision. On hands and knees, I screamed at the floor. There might have …

Nightmare: Redacted Part 1

Sharon’s note: This is my attempt at a creepy pasta, broken into parts because . . . well, because. Warning: Some language and blood. Possibly some guts. Possibly Chuthalonic horror. I haven’t decided yet. If you like this, please leave a comment. “Are you Ok?” Katy poured fake sympathy into her voice like spoiled syrup. …

Unlikely Heroes: The Devil in The Deep Blue Sea

James’s Note: This is a micro fiction inspired by the historical fact that a Victorian gentleman, a disgraced Samurai, a wild west gunslinger, and an elderly French pirate could have all lived at the same time, and possibly gone on adventures. If you would like to read more about them, leave us a comment. Emerson …

I Think That You Might Be a Tiger

James’s Note: This is a poem I wrote for Sharon, my lovely wife, who is indeed the bravest person I know. The style is a little Shel Silverstein, which is one of the many dissonant styles you can expect to enjoy here. I think that you might be a tiger.I think, but I really don’t …