Published Works

Writing at Hasting's Hardback Café in Farmington, NM, late evening of October 16, 2015 (self-portrait)

Writing at Hasting’s Hardback Café in Farmington, NM, late evening of October 16, 2015 (self-portrait)

A Tale of Hell and Other Works of Horror is a collection of short horror fiction including short stories, flash fiction, and microfiction.   Some have been previously published, some not. It is available on Kindle and in paperback.

Click is a novelette about a Texas policeman, who, while on a secluded island recovering from the guilt of shooting an unarmed man, suddenly finds himself under attack by unknown assailants and caught up unknowingly in a web of intrigue.  It is available on Kindle and in paperback.

The Scent and Other Stories is a small collection of stories examining the dark side of love.  It is available on Kindle and in paperback.

I have also written some mainstream fiction on a variety of topics.

I started out writing poetry in the mid-eighties to mid-nineties, of which I had several works published during those years.  I have had a few poems reprinted since then. I have collected all my works, published and unpublished, into one volume, which has been submitted to a small press, but has not yet been accepted.

 

 

 

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  1. Pingback: My Books are Available on Amazon | Slattery's Horror Weblog

    • Apologies for the delay in responding. I admit I have been slacking for some time.

      About “Click”: I first came up with the idea around 1999-2000. I toyed with it off and on over the years. I finished it in probably 2015-2016, tried submitting it to a few magazines with no success, and finally decided to use it as a test of publishing via Kindle. So I polished it up as a stand-alone novelette and published it around Thanksgiving, 2016. Thanks for the inquiry.

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