As you’ve probably noticed by now, I’ve been on a roll with short stories lately. It turns out taking up the Story a Month Challenge really was a good decision, because I’ve written more shorts over the past couple of months than I did all last year. And now the acceptances are starting to roll in so fast that it’s hard to keep up: Not that I’m complaining, of course.
My latest story is a weird, bloodcurdling flash piece called Seth the Skinless, and it’s available to read free at Dread Stone Press. This story hearkens to my childhood love of all things creepypasta, and it should take you back to late nights spent scrolling through skin-crawling nightmare fuel while your parents thought you were asleep in 2004.
This was the first flash story I ever wrote, and by some strange (almost eerie) chain of events, it was accepted by the very first publisher I ever sent it to.