Jitter Press has just published my latest short horror story on their website! It will be released in paperback shortly in Jitter Issue #8.
Make sure to check it out!
Nia drove slowly, squinting as she tried to read the house numbers. It seemed like a nice neighborhood. The road was lined with tall trees. Kids were playing on the street, their fathers nearby mowing lawns, or blowing leaves.
There it is.
The large, white-weatherboard house looked like the ideal setting to raise a family. It seemed well maintained, the paint fresh and the garden obviously tended with pride.
The only small detracting point was the yellow police tape draped across the front door.