I am running a one day promotion today for my short story, “The Storm”, for free on Amazon. After today, it will be $.99. I would greatly appreciate you downloading it for free and leaving me any feedback. I would describe it as a dystopian fiction story that centers around the concept of the damage that can be done when we judge others based on our personal opinions or beliefs without clear evidence of truth. There is nothing wrong with having deep personal opinions or beliefs, but I believe there is a danger in lumping whole groups of people into a certain category without getting to know them personally first. I certainly am guilty of this myself, which is where some of the inspiration came from. We can disagree with someone’s beliefs or opinions but we should still treat them like human beings and not cast them into the shadows because they may be different than us.
When a unusual storm hits the Utopian town of Nod, the forces of evil are released and allow an unthinkable tragedy.”
The story can be found here.
My second story, “The Christmas Gift” is also available in the Kindle Store for just $.99.
“A depressed man – who has long given up on his dream to become a writer and now holds a high paying, corporate job – gets reintroduced to his childhood through extreme circumstances and finds his love for writing reawakened by a Christmas gift.”
You can also find my first story, “The Mummy in the Museum”. It is a children’s/young adult story which is “an adventure of a 9 year old child on a school field trip to their local history museum to visit the new Egyptian exhibit. Trouble strikes when the exhibit turns into a real pyramid with an ancient danger…” here.
“When mysterious neighbors move in next door in the middle of the night, Katherine and Josh are sure there’s something not quite right about them – no one has ever seen them and their garage door is always shut. Josh decides to take matters into his own hands one day and attempts to investigate the house next door. Josh and his sister find out the answers to their questions, but it’s worse than they ever imagined…”
“What’s Brewing Next Door?” can be found here.
You may also be interested in my other short stories.
I’d appreciate any comments, feedback, or reviews. Thanks!