Stand Alones and Anthologies Including My Stories

These are works that are unconnected to any series, part of an anthology, or individually released short stories. You can find links below.

Strange Portals

A holiday horror anthology that I was lucky enough to be included in back in December 2014. The description is below:

Just in time for a much needed holiday break, twenty-two stories about fairies, vampires, werewolves, zombies, and everything in between. Visit a witch’s body swap victims (Samantha’s Day), find what happens when a girl is buried alive (Buried Alive), learn the origin story of Harper (from Night Touched Chronicles) and Verchiel (from the Amaranthine series), and much, much more. So kick up your feet, relax, and indulge in a short story by a new favorite author.

Includes stories by AK Stein, Adan Ramie, B.G. Hope, Barbara G. Tarn, Bonnie Mutchler, CG Copolla, DM Yates, JK Rosaline, Joleene Naylor, Kay Kauffman, Maegan Provan, Rami Ungar, Roger Lawrence, Roxanna Mathews, Russ Towne, Terry Compton and Tricia Drammeh.

Available for download from Amazon, Smashwords, iTunes, and Kobo.

When The Lights Go Out

when the lights go out cover

An Ink Slingers’ Anthology:

Featuring 25 tales of Halloween inspired goodness and an intro by horror author Rami Ungar, look for the anthology at your favorite ebook retailers!. With vampires, monsters, human transformation, murder, ghosts, and more, there’s something for everyone in the Ink Slingers’ Anthology – but you might want to read it with the lights on.

Available from Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and iTunes


Rose Taggert awakens in a greenhouse with no clear memory of the past two years and, to her horror, finds her body transformed into an unrecognizable form.

Paris Kuyper has convinced Rose that they are lovers and as Paris could not bear for her to die, he has used an ancient and dark magic to save her from certain death.

But the dark magic Paris has used comes at a price. A price which a terrible demon is determined to extract from Rose.

As Rose struggles to understand what is happening to her, she must navigate Paris’s lies and secrets; secrets that Paris will do anything to protect

Available from Amazon in paperback , ebook and from Audible on audio book.

Click here for an excerpt.

The Binge-Watching Cure II

An anthology from Claren Books. Featuring my short story “Car Chasers.”

You know you want to read more. You remember losing yourself in books. You recall how exciting the adventures were, how late you stayed up following your favorite characters, and how you cried, gasped, or bit your nails. But how to start reading again when binge-watching TV is so easy and — let’s be honest — fun? You start slowly, of course. Baby steps. First, with a story that’s only twitter-sized in length. Then the next, a mere seventy-five words. Then a few hundred words, followed by progressively longer tales until you’re reading novels without even knowing it. That’s assuming you survive the terror. That’s The Binge-Watching Cure II, a collection of petrifying tales, each longer and more frightening than the one before. The first edition of The Binge-Watching Cure encompassed a range of genres, but BWC II is all about the things that scare us. In this book, you’ll discover what happens when the color red disappears from the world, learn why a man and his son are doing nightly drills to prepare for a mysterious threat, read about a man’s romantic entanglement with a werewolf, enjoy steampunk dystopia, be horrified by the side effects of a new weight-loss drug, discover an aspect of zombies more terrifying than you ever imagined, feel the speed that accompanies ghosts when they crash drag races, and more. So kick off your shoes and cure your binge-watching. And be sure to leave a light on.

Available in ebook and paperback from Amazon.

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