My new Jack the Ripper horror script (based on the true story of the Whitechapel murders) is now available in pdf form on my Scripts page.
Jack the Ripper was the nickname given to the serial killer that terrorized the East End of London in the autumn of 1888. His real identity was never discovered but his legendary name lives on. This script is based firmly on historical events, developing a complex crime-horror-drama out of the series of gruesome and misogynistic Whitechapel murders.
The script is 90 minutes long and adult-oriented, with both explicit violence and sex. It's available for optioning or sale as of January 2020. For details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stark, complex, full of fear and thrills, Feverhead is a novella to read again and again. Christie’s slow traversing the planes of death… the Man’s aching dawn as he discovers what that means… the Esse’s hisses — the background noise of the novella and a constant reminder that something else is there in the room with you.
Christie arrives (many times, in many dimensions) at the Shop’a’Lot in Johnstown in Bliss (the Earth) and then never comes home. Her boyfriend Dan discovers her abandoned car in the morning — complete with purse, wallet, phone, and boots. Her boot prints seem to arrive via the empty lot next door, where they appear in a splash of blood. The police don’t know what to do and the sleepy town sleeps on, unaware of the danger in their midst.
There are monsters. There are ghosts. There are killers lurking in the parking lot of the local grocery store. And — most of all — there are other worlds where other things peek in and poke in and determine our fates while we sleep o…
Fantasy. 280 pages. Recommended for Ages 12+.
Magical. Fantastical. With an intriguing villain and a stand-apart heroine, Moonlight is a wonder-filled adventure from beginning to end. Eve is oh-so-unique and Miach is darling (sort of) as they traverse the magical Lle in pursuit of — or fleeing from — the Emperor Axael. This is a can’t-put-it-down book and a charming ride through an imaginative fairy land full of danger.
Eve Hearth is a young Wiccan with a difficult life: neglectful parents, an evil rival, and a crush on someone who doesn’t like her back. When she casts a spell for “something better,” though, she attracts the attention of an unusual Emperor, who offers her a chance to learn more powerful magic and run the mysterious Lle while he’s off doing “something” somewhere else. Eve soon finds herself embroiled in a royal uprising and lost in the Lle with a deposed king named Miach.
Magic – Occult – Coming of Age – Young Adult – New Adult – Fantasy – High Fantasy – Celtic Mythol…
Poetry. 22 pages. Recommended for Ages 12+.
“pale moon sunset,
the sky creeping into night —”
Unflinching and unreserved poetry from Tab Mix — author of A Sadistic Streak — The Moon Sets Forth is a unique take on the tanka, a Japanese form similar to the haiku. Inside this slim chapbook is a complex exploration of pain, desire, cynicism, lies, and even nature. Dark, uninhibited, and surreal.
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