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Lifelong horror fan. Newfound horror writer.

If you would like to narrate any of my stories, go ahead! Please let me know though, so I can add it to my story's page, and share it!

I'm happy to check out any works, and offer constructive criticism / feedback (it may not always be super positive, bear that in mind). Just ask!

Working on making my stories as fun and spooky to read as they are to create.

Appreciating any constructive feedback I can get.

My Early Works:

(Stories that helped shape my writing)

Rapacious (September 17th, 2021. 5000 words) A young woman searching for her father stumbles across something lurking in the wilderness of northern Ontario. Something ancient, and hungry.

Narrated by: Creeparoni, and Creepy Ghost Stories

Auspicious (September 17th, 2021. 4200 words) Sometimes the absence of a dear friend can be more deeply felt than first realized (based on real events!).

Narrated by: NaturesTemper, and Mick Dark

Deutsche Erzählung von: Taybor German Creepypasta / Deutsch (German)

Dumb (October 6th, 2021. 3000 words) Ever get a song stuck in your head? Drives you nuts, doesn't it?

Narrated by: Dr. Creepen

The Eldritch Bus (October 6th, 2021. 2200 words) Ever wonder what happens to the buses that seem to never arrive?

Narrated by: NaturesTemper

Deutsche Erzählung von: Taybor German Creepypasta / Deutsch (German)

Seasonal Stories:

(When you want nightmares before Christmas, Halloween frights, or simply some Easter excitement)

The Earl's Imposter (October 30th, 2021. 5000 words) A teenage drug aficionado, a Halloween themed dare, and a haunted mall. What could go wrong? (entry for Cornconic's Halloween Contest)

Hell-O-Ween (October 31st, 2021. 2800 words) Begrudging everyone around you can make the world feel tiresome. Thankfully, on Halloween, one young misanthrope can let his true colours shine.

The Killing Fields (December 3rd, 2021. 1350 words) Maybe it's about time we see Christmas from the tree's point of view?

Narrated by: Slasher Horror Podcast

Other Short Stories:

(Miscellaneous short stories)

Crimson Mist (November 16th, 2021. 1650 words) A city is enveloped in a peculiar mist, provoking the residents into violent acts. Can one young man survive the chaos?

Narrated by: Slasher Horror Podcast

Happy House Hill (November 18th, 2021. 1950 words) A loving house that would do anything to please its residents, so long as it's not lonely. January 2022 PotM winner!

Narrated by: Creepy Ghost Stories

The Brew (November 20th, 2021. 2250 words) DIY brewers only have so much control in their home environments. What happens when they lose what control they do have?

Fursonal Vendetta (November 22nd, 2021. 1700 words, NSFW) A fur-suit gains sentience. Brooding on its own existence and powerlessness, it begins to plan for revenge.

Narrated by: NaturesTemper

Auburn Locks (November 30th, 2021. 2650 words) In an attempt to grow out his naturally gorgeous hair, a young man realizes that sometimes, beauty isn't worth dying for.

Venus Infers (December 1st, 2021. 1500 words, NSFW) They say "Cleanliness is next to godliness." but some gods prefer us mortals to get dirty...

Insania (December 12th, 2021. 2150 words) We can only truly speculate what it may be like in the degenerating mind of the rabid. Unless we experience it ourselves.

Better Thoughts (December 16th, 2021. 1500 words) Humanity's abilities to alter our bodies have evolved significantly, but what about our minds?

Eggy (December 17th, 2021. 1250 words) A young man lays an egg. Enough said.

Narrated by: EuclidClassDunmer

Lost to Dreams (December 26th, 2021. 1600 words) Loss can be a powerful motivator. Perhaps strong enough to shape the world.

Narrated by: The Night Terrors Podcast

Do You See It Too (January 12th, 2021. 1750 words) Some pictures really are captivating.

Short Shorts:

(For when you want to show a little skin, 1200 words or less)

Bison Ridge (December 2nd, 2021. 1150 words) The wild is a harsh, unforgiving mistress. What's worse? Humans.

This Face Does Exist (Dember 9th, 2021. 900 words) When the artificially generated begin to bleed into reality, where can you draw the line?

Butter-Scotch (December 10th, 2021. 1200 words) The curious case of notorious twin infant sisters in Toronto, in the early 1900s. Some babies really do break the mold.

Narrated by: Lighthouse Horror, and Sinister Readings. Narração portuguesa por: David Herick (Portuguese).

Helios (December 28th, 2021. 350 words) To become a god, you just need to look on the sunny side.

My Mirror Man (January 4th, 2022. 750 words) It's hard to catch what your reflection does when you're not looking.

"Itch You Can't Scratch" (January 9th, 2022. 900 words) Sometimes, an itch isn't just an itch.

Emmett the Slasher (January 14th, 2022. 1000 words) Believing in something doesn't necessarily make it true.

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