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Chadpocalypse 1:4

If you need to catch up, here are links to previous chapters: Parts 1-2 Part 3 4. The sight of Hell suddenly appearing through the wall of Chad’s apartment was enough to silence him temporarily. The horseman’s firm grip held him by his collar, as Chad dangled above a lake of lava. Far below, a […]

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Before Whiteout

The following is the first chapter of a short story that precedes my first novel Whiteout. It’s a bit darker, but it still has its humor! A Man of the Mountain By Ashton Macaulay The snow had only just begun to fall when Jonas opened the sturdy wooden door of his cabin and walked outside. […]

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Whiteout Chapter 1

Werewolves Don’t Howl We should have brought matches. The thought rang through Nick’s head clear as a bell, even after everything else had become a frozen blur. James sat beside him, panting on a rock. His boyish hair was slick with sweat and his parka was crusted with a fresh coat of frost. Should have […]

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Chadpocalypse 1:3

 This is the third chapter of my newest short story, Chadpocalypse. Parts 1-2 can be found here. 1:3 “Oh great, thanks Marvin, you’ve let the Jehovahs in again,” Chad yelled. It wasn’t an uncommon occurrence for various religious figures to come knocking at the doors of the apartment building, but the trick was to play […]

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Whiteout – May Progress

May is about halfway over, and I continue to grow closer and closer to the end of my first full re-write of Whiteout.

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Diary of a Dead Man

Prologue   It started simply with two individuals sitting in a coffee shop. One was Brian, a young, not-all-too-handsome man, with a slender frame. The other was a woman, dark, also slender, but with a shrewd look about her. Brian gazed down at the freshly wiped glass of the table as his coffee cup leaked […]

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The Tracks

Here’s a short story I wrote about a year back about Nick Ventner in his early years, before Whiteout. Enjoy, and let me know what you think!

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Whiteout Progress

I began work on the first complete re-write of Whiteout in early January with the goal of being done by June. Even as the total word count estimate has ballooned from about 60,000, to 80,000, it looks like I’m actually still on track!

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