A dark comedy/horror hybrid about a man’s phobia escalating out of control. I wrote it today but was sitting on the idea for several years. Trigger warning for violence.
Tag: My Fiction
Short Story: Edith & Edward & Elizabeth by Sarah W.
Small piece of Gothic fiction about three peculiar siblings too troublesome for their own good.
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Short Story: Affliction by Sarah W.
Just another apocalyptic zombie story, among thousands. This one has more of a tragedy than a horror vibe.
Short Story: Dad’s Cat by Sarah W.
A psychological pseudo-horror story about a family whose trauma seems to coincide with the arrival of a strange cat.
Short Story: The Watch by Sarah W.
A middle-aged man reminisces about an unforgivable act he committed as a child in this psychological short story about shame, resentment and memory.
Short Story: Lap Dog by Sarah W.
A story about loss and mortality, told from an unusual perspective.
Short Story: 10 Years by Sarah W.
Another story about my character Warren Cowell. This one is set in 1994 when he’s celebrating his tenth birthday with his crazy family, awaiting that arrival of classmates that don’t really seem to like him or understand his offbeat behavior. If you want more stories about this character there are dozens on this blog, but two of the more recent ones are here and here.
Trigger Warning(s): Domestic abuse, child abuse
Short Story: The Memory Eater by Sarah W.
A lonely sad sack finds his home occupied by a demoness with an unusual proposition. This is a psychological horror story I wrote a few days ago, make sure to comment and tell me what you think! 🙂
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Short Story: Vanishing by Sarah W.
A businessman faces an uncertain reality as his headaches grow increasingly worse. A short fiction piece about disassociation, privilege, and people in the basement.
Short Story: Serena
Here’s a short story I wrote about a 13-year-old Transgender girl. I based it off a writing prompt; please tell me in the comments what you think!