Free to Read: SHe and 2 Bonus Short Stories Part 3


What haunts the city of Tampa Bay?

This short story is about a monster who stalks the city of Tampa Bay. This monster is savagely attacking women, taking only the one thing it needs. Tim Roberts, a detective, is hot on its trail. Will Tim catch this creature in time or will this creature feed until it has its fill?

Bonus Short Story: The Living Sand – A short story about two boys who discover a hidden beach and the evil deadly secrets that lie within its soft white grains of sand.

Bonus Short Story: A Haunted House Tale – This short story is about five college students on Halloween night who set out to discover the secrets of the town’s most famous haunted house. Will these students live to see the morning or will this house claim five more victims?


I decided to run this one free this weekend and it will be available to download this way until Tuesday (7/5/2016). Normally it would be a Friday Freebie, but the promotion period was running out so I thought it might be nice to use those days this weekend. You guys are home, and the Fourth is running strong. What better time to read some free short stories? You can grab your copy at the links below.







Once on the porch, which was creaking and moaning and generally pissed off that someone was standing on it, they could see that the front door with the busted lock had a “No Trespassing!” sign slanted sideways across it.

Kevin grabbed the door handle, turned it, and pushed the door open. It screamed like the gate, as the rusty hinges were forced back into service. He shined the light forward. “Wow,” he replied, stepping into the small foyer area.

On either side of him, were benches where people could sit and take off their shoes. These benches were filled with holes, rotting away from termite damage. He could also see a couple of coat trees still in pretty good shape, and two double doors that led into the main house that use to be filled with stained glass. What was left of this glass was on either side of the double doors, and in jagged pieces at the top and bottom of their frames.

Kevin pushed the two double doors open (as his friends remained quiet behind him), and the house presented itself to them with a mingling odor of must, decay, pee, and feces. It was one big unpleasant smell.