BioAs a psychological thrillers author, I believe serial killers exist. I don't believe the perfect man does, which is why I no longer write romances.
The biggest influence on my writing are unfinished conversations. I love them. Co-workers, friends, acquaintances, and random strangers inspire me daily.
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Fear brings on change, change brings recovery. Who has a fearful story?
Thunder masks the shriek of evil stirring. In the Dill Hill Mental Facility women struggle to contain sensibility. Dr. Gail Coleman takes on the dark night.
The Revenant, an entity of dead light, resurrects to feed. Once it possesses Dr. Coleman, ten women are pulled from beds to reveal childhood horrors in group therapy.
Screams of terror fill the locked room as broken patients are finally relieved of their psychological ails. Light consumes ten souls, trades them for the eternal slumber of death.
Resident Revenant is a skewed short story of fear inspired by memorable Halloween nights. Also included, is a preview of Martha Henley’s psychological thriller, Don't Kill For Me. Read them both in this free download.
Scars are like memories, the worst ones stay with you the longest.
Unlucky Roger is a habitual cheater out for a quickie encounter before heading home. Eileen is out for justice. The vigilante killer is left with a new scar from each unloved soul that crosses her path. On the night they meet, she hopes Roger will escape payment. But is doubtful.
Unlucky Roger, a short horror story is 4300 words long. Included, as a bonus is a preview of Martha Henley’s debut psychological thriller, Don't Kill For Me. It’s a twisting tale of a woman with a past, a secret admirer’s odd love notes, confessions of murder, and a serial killer that wishes Eileen Rests in Peace.
Don’t miss reading the Rest in Peace Killer’s terrifying mission to please one woman by committing murder on her behalf.
I believe serial killers exist.
I’m an author who enjoys writing about not-so-happily ever afters.
I used to write romance, but became a thriller author because I strived for books with more realism.
Perfect men don't exist, but serial killers sure do.
When not writing, I stand around having unfinished conversations with random strangers. (I work retail.) These exchanges are the best for protagonists and antagonists inspiration. Keep walking by everyone!
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