Read the novel Ring as I write it and leave comments

Ring: Wearer Beware

I just posted chapter 58, the final chapter of Lucifer’s Island: A Gothic Horror Soap Opera (Season 1). You can read the complete novel here on the website.

I’ve decided that for the novel Ring, I’ll post the chapters as I write them. You can follow along and comment or leave suggestions, if you like.  I think it will be fun!

About the Book

I’m not yet sure what the plot is, other than a woman finds a ring that she needs to return to the owner. When she puts it on her finger so that it won’t get lost, she notices strange things happening around her.


 

Rest Stop Terror is free until Sunday 4/22/18

Rest Stop Terror

The novelette Rest Stop Terror is free to download at Amazon until Sunday, April 22, 2018. 

A serial killer has made his way to the very rest stop that homeless April needs to sleep at.

As if living in a car isn’t bad enough for April, having a killer after her is a living nightmare. Women have been raped and murdered at rest areas across the state, the only place April knows to sleep at until she gets her feet back on the ground—if she can escape the killer’s brutal attack.

A dead body, a reporter, and a few suspects add tension to this suspenseful novelette.

Chap. 57—Lucifer’s Island: A Gothic Horror Soap Opera (Season 1)

FIFTY-SEVEN

The Choice

Lucifer’s Island: A Gothic Horror Soap Opera (Season 1)Ruby watched a tall man with dark hair and a black cape enter the room. The minute he stepped into the celebration, the drumming stopped and the vampires knelt and bowed their heads. This man—this creature—was obviously an important vampire. He had jewels around his neck and on his fingers. Continue reading “Chap. 57—Lucifer’s Island: A Gothic Horror Soap Opera (Season 1)”

Chap. 54—Lucifer’s Island: A Gothic Horror Soap Opera (Season 1)

FIFTY-FOUR

The New Lord

Lucifer’s Island: A Gothic Horror Soap Opera (Season 1)Lord Victor poured sherry into two tulip-shaped wine glasses, handing one to Lady Beth and taking the other for himself. He leaned against the liquor cabinet and sniffed the wine’s bouquet. “You and the help must stay here in the manor house tonight; it’s imperative that you do not leave during the festivities at the monastery. While I doubt you would be in any danger, it would not be wise to take any chances.” Continue reading “Chap. 54—Lucifer’s Island: A Gothic Horror Soap Opera (Season 1)”