The key to reanimation was speed, and now she suspected that she still hadn’t been fast enough. Heat and humidity made quick work, especially when the tomb masons were phoning it in. She could have broken the seal with a plastic spoon.
Hey everyone, apologies that it took so long to get this chapter out, but I was spending time with my family and didn't find much time to write. If you're enjoying the story, consider checking out my free audio drama A Man of the Mountain. The first four episodes are streaming for free on Spotify, … Continue reading Home for the Holidays (5)
The following is the first chapter of a holiday Nick Ventner Tale. If you like wendigos, booze-ridden monster hunters, and a bit of cheer, read on 🙂 1 – The Suburbs Snow fell in heavy flakes on the windshield of the beat-up sedan. “You sure this thing is going to make it through the storm?” … Continue reading Home for the Holidays – A Nick Ventner Tale
Hello everyone, if you've been following me on social media recently, you've probably seen me talking about my latest writing project, A Man of the Mountain. So, I figured I'd take a second and answer some questions about what it is exactly. What is it? A Man of the Mountain is a prequel novella (think … Continue reading What is A Man of the Mountain?
Ken was the bipedal equivalent of a seedy motel she didn’t want to stay in but was the last place with available rooms.