Just another apocalyptic zombie story, among thousands. This one has more of a tragedy than a horror vibe.
A psychological pseudo-horror story about a family whose trauma seems to coincide with the arrival of a strange cat.
A middle-aged man reminisces about an unforgivable act he committed as a child in this psychological short story about shame, resentment and memory.
A story about loss and mortality, told from an unusual perspective.
Title: My Mother’s Eyes
Author: Jeremy Ray
Genre: Short Stories
Number of Pages: 39
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! 🙂
A businessman faces an uncertain reality as his headaches grow increasingly worse. A short fiction piece about disassociation, privilege, and people in the basement.
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!
Title: The Bobbything
Author: Yuri Storasi
Genre: Horror Novella
Number of Pages: 52
Note: This story is not fantasy/horror. It’s another realistic vignette following the childhood experiences of Warren Cowell, a character I wrote who’s 34 in the main manuscript but 13 in this story. This is set on Halloween (because I’m just feeling out-of-season) and portrays an oddball kid in good ol’ dysfunctional suburbia, circa 1997. There is some non-PC language which is meant for the purpose of realism and doesn’t reflect the feelings of the writer.