Apocalypse Blog – Day 4

Did you see that explosion last night? I was sitting on my deck drinking a cool one and watching the dog patrol for intruding neighborhood cats when the night lit up as bright as day. I’m assuming you saw it too, hell I think everyone on this side of the country must have seen it. […]

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Apocalypse Blog – Day 3

Great, my cable is out. The corps might not be allowed to disconnect my electricity but I guess cable doesn’t count as life and death to them. Admittedly, I was a month behind before the quarantine was announced, but you’d think they would cut a guy a break and leave the cable on so I […]

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Apocalypse Blog – Day 2

OMG, people are crazy! I went out to the grocery store last night after posting to get some veggies and lunchmeat and the store was like something out of a bad disaster movie. Picture this. The parking lot is jammed with cars and trucks totally ignoring the spaces. They’re lined up at the curb, sitting […]

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Apocalypse Blog – Day 1

This is a work of FICTION. This is not an actual blog of my experiences during the COVID-19 quarantine (the fact that the author is named Joey should be your clue). It was first posted on my Patreon page and I’m now sharing it here and on my Facebook page. it will not be daily […]

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Apocalypse Blog – Day 12

This is the latest post in a series I’m writing on Patreon. If you become a Patron, you can read them all along with a boatload of other free fiction content. As a patron, you can also receive every book I ever write at no charge. —– Have you ever had one of those days […]

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Groundhog Day

Phil was finally dead. I had been in service to that fool for what felt like eons but I remember the day well, it all began on February 2, 1886 as the humans label time. On that day, a witch whose true name I never learned (may she languish in agony in the Pit until […]

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Tonight, on Ghost Discovery – preview

This is a preview of my latest short story – available on my site, Amazon and wherever you might purchase your e-books.  “Tonight on a special live edition of Ghost Discovery, Nick Carter and his band of ghost hunters take you inside the famous Ghost Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada. The museum is home to many […]

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Give Me the Moon

Nexon was the most powerful wizard of his age and he was in love. Nexon lived in a tower of crystal and rainbow-hued stone perched on a cliff overlooking the sea. He had created the tower with powerful magic and it was both his home and an amplifier of his prodigious power. People from across […]

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The Ritual

This flash fiction eventually grew into my novel: The Light Within The cultist pulled a hood over my head blocking all light. I could hear the other members of the cult chanting in some guttural, gurgling language. The smell of whatever they were burning was making me nauseous. They began to chant the same sound over and […]

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Holiday on Pintor IV

The gravity of Pintor IV was minuscule compared to Klaus’ homeworld. The local fauna floated rather than crawl or walk. Klaus spun and twirled through the trees which writhed like animals on their pencil-thin stalks. This was the best vacation getaway he had arranged yet. He still didn’t understand why no travel journals had mentioned […]

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