I am The Terror

Super cool superhero action with a twist from the fantastic M. Sydnor Jr.

Superwriter

“It’s the only way to honor their names. The only way to show the world what he truly is. This is not about you. It is about them and the many other innocents who died because of these abominations. He, and everyone like him, is a disgrace to the human race. Everyone won’t see that now, but they will…they will.
“You must bring terror to him and those alike before there is peace. And NOW is the time to do it. They will call you a killer, a monster, but if it is to save the future of humanity, so be it.
“Now, get out of the car, and do it.”

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Obliteration, Part Two: The Bunker

To read Part One: City on Fire, click here Abby grabbed the handle above her window as Lance turned off the pavement at the first dirt road they came to. “Shit,” he muttered as he hit the brakes. “Look.” “I see it.” Her hopes fell at the sight of the heavy, locked metal gate blocking …

Rinse, Revenge & Repeat

This one’s got it all, folks, it’s sad, it’s creepy, it’s dark and it’s unexpected. Pull up a chair and give it a read!

Superwriter

To whom it may concern,

My name is Ashley Kirk and my mother killed me.
I guess it began when Jordan passed. Mom and Will had date night and I had to babysit. I was twelve, he was four. Wasn’t that hard to watch him, and it wasn’t the first time. But it was the last.
I had a pizza in the oven for us, and I went down to check on it so I wouldn’t burn the house down, but when I returned, Jordan had drowned.
I hadn’t spoken a word since, and that’s when she started to hate me.
Six months later, we’re here. In this dump hole in the middle of nowhere, and I swear to God, this place has changed her. She was already a dick towards me, but now she is evil. That is not my mother. I mean, she always blamed me for Jordan…

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The Gold Hole in the Green Sea

A really great story with a little used mythical creature, fantastic imagery and a twist at the end! Fun read!

Superwriter

The last of his cattle died this morning. Food would be gone by the end of the week. No money. No transportation. Times were tough. Hell, times were shit.

The last bit of milk fed the baby, she’d been hollering all morning. It was almost like the death of the cow affected her in some way. The milk put her to sleep and eased his rising stress levels, but as Anthony went to put her down, the front door swung open and his eldest daughter came rushing in, her head covered in sweat, poor girl’s face full of fear. “Daddy!” she screamed.

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Transplant

Six weeks to live. That was nowhere near enough time. She wasn’t ready. “I’m sorry, Elaina.” Dr. Madson’s brow creased and his mouth turned down in a frown. “Get your affairs in order.” “There’s nothing you can do?” Her husband, Adam, collapsed into his chair, face pale and drawn. She laid her head back against …

The Table

Very cool story with plenty of action and unexpected twists!

Superwriter

A quick little something I had to flush from my brain. This was a fun write. 🙂

“The Table”

“This was a bad idea.” He finished buttoning his shirt as he walked up to the door; hand in hand with his girl. 

“You think,” she said, fixing her hair and pulling down her dress.

“Well, it was already a stressful day. Then, you hit me with this. I needed a release.”

“Are you satisfied?”

“Yeah. But—I don’t know. We smell like sex now. Think he’ll notice?”

“Probably.” 

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The Boy

I couldn’t have picked a worse place to break down. My car was older than I was and with the construction on the freeway, I’d opted for the frontage road instead. Great idea, until it detoured and I went left when I should’ve gone right. And now… I glanced over my shoulder at the pathetic …