I love short stories. They’re often thought of as short novels, but they’re so much more than that. Their brevity is a part of the story itself, and they often leave a lot more room for thought once you’ve reached the end. That’s what I try to do with my short stories, anyway; I want you to put it play on your mind afterwards and leave you with all kinds of thoughts and questions.
My latest short story, The Homeless Hero, tells the story of a superhero who doesn’t know how to be a hero and keep a little of his life for himself. If you’ve ever wondered how Superman has time to be Clark Kent, you’ll enjoy this one.
I’ve also written You Are Just A Guest, which tells the story of a home which is much more dangerous than any ghosts of goblins the new young married couple moving in could dream up. This one is for anyone who wonders just what is making that weird noise in the middle of the night.