With the exception of a few books in which I’m a contributing author, I sell all my books through this page now! Rather than use a faceless company like Amazon, I’ve switched to Lulu, a site through which I can order books and sell them myself.
If you order through this page, not only will you be supporting an author directly, but you’ll also get a thank you note, sticker, and a nicely packaged product. Cutting out Amazon gives me more money from your order which goes directly towards ordering books, podcast fees, and the occasional cup of coffee.
“Night Vision: A Collection of Short Horror Stories (2018 Anniversary Edition)”
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that the first book I ever published was a literal pile of garbage. However, thanks to the short stories I’ve written every week since I published it, I’ve learned a lot. So, I revamped each story, added two new ones not published anywhere else, and worked with an editor, beta readers, and not one but TWO illustrators. I’m extremely proud of how far I’ve come in the last year, so I wanted to share it all with you in this book!
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“This short story collection comprised of 10 thrilling stories (7 of which have never been published) is filled to the brim with a cast of characters that will surely remain in the back of your mind like that scratching noise you ignore until you hear it in the middle of the night. In this collection, follow a gravedigger through one of the most traumatic moments of his life, a non-binary hero that saves what they assume is a victim, a young girl fighting back against the darkness, and a superhero-in-training as he lives through his origin story.
After writing a new short story for each week of the last year, Augie Peterson has put together this revised, revamped, and re-formatted edition of “Night Vision” that is not only better than the first edition, but doesn’t even compare.”
Work for which I was a contributing author:
“Don’t Open the Door”
I worked with Cory and nine other talented writers to make this anthology spooky, creepy, and gross. Don’t Open the Door is an exploration into the horrors of violated safety. All proceeds from this book will be donated to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, something I hold dear to my heart.
“A reality TV housewife finds that truth is often more disturbing than fiction. A college field trip devolves into something stomach-turning. A lonely boy finds something strange in the woods near his house.
These and even more wait for you behind the door. Step inside and discover ten of your new favorite authors of the weird and terrifying, serving you chilling stories that reveal how everything familiar and safe can hide something sinister just beneath the surface. Each of these stories will make you look twice at the places and things you take for granted every day.
If you want to feel safe, if you want to sleep soundly in your own bed tonight, then you only need to do one thing.
Don’t open the door.”
Aphotic Realm Magazine: “Gruesome”
Dustin and I have been Twitter friends for some time now, so when he and his partner in crime A.A. Medina released the cover for this edition of their zine, I knew I had to jump on the opportunity to be a part of it. The theme was creepy 80’s nostalgia, so I took a fictional approach to the story of Ed Gein, my favorite serial killer.
Punks, zombies, Ronald Reagan. A slimy creature and a video game arcade. Secret government facilities and experiments gone wrong. All this and more inside! Aphotic Realm, home of the strange and sinister, brings you GRUESOME, a collection of ALL NEW stories, comics, and articles in the realm of gory, popcorn horror inspired by the classics of the 1980’s. 94 full-color 8.5″ x 11″ pages for your reading pleasure.