Happy Christmas!

It’s that time of year again when everyone is hoping for a visit from Santa, rather from Krampus.

Have you been naughty or nice this year?

Maybe don’t answer that…

But, in celebration of an age-old tradition of telling spooky stories around the fire on Christmas Eve, I thought it would be fun to share another story, just like I did at Halloween, to set the scene for the coming festivities.

So settle in, grab a drink and indulge yourself with 5 minutes to read Isabella, a creepy tale of mistakes and revenge!

Merry Christmas Everyone!

(Happy) Halloween Part II

In the second part of my little Halloween treat, I offer you SPIDER, a cautionary tale against the squashing of any bugs. This is probably the first short story I ever set out to write and, although it may well not be the most original, I have a soft spot for my early creation.

It was originally published in the Terror Bites anthology that is sadly no longer in print.

I hope you enjoy!

Click the above link, or head over to the Short Stories page to find it and where you will also be able to find yesterday’s revelation, TUNNEL.

PS – the spider in the picture above is Boris, my very own brachypelma boehmi, the Mexican Fireleg Tarantula.