‘Knock thrice and wait till the moment passes thrice?’ Olly read the odd inscription on a door half their size. What was it with this place and varying door sizes. ‘I must be stuck in an Alice dream,’ she muttered, reading the inscription again as Grams rapped on the door with three clear knocks a... Continue Reading →
Darkness. It swallowed everything. Everything it touched turned cold, like a deep, dark pool of water crushing in around you and you can't move. You can't move because you're too scared. You can't move because that lecherous water is too damn cold, it steals your breath away, and you search for hope. That small remnant... Continue Reading →
Mist rolled over the hills with the slipping sun, and in the dusty light of the evening, Michael took to his age old rocking chair on the back patio, and smoked his pipe. It's smoke bellowed and disappeared, one with the mist down the hill. He lived alone these days, as he had always done... Continue Reading →
Writing my next feature film, and telling myself it has to be my best work so far.
For limited time, you are able to grab a complimentary copy of the novel, the whole thing and enjoy the read. Synopsis: When Elle packed her bags and left home with her child in tow, she was determined to live life with memories of her late husband, alone. As the once prominent wedding photographer re-kindles... Continue Reading →
The Legacy Trailer My latest venture into filmmaking! Check it out. Watch it in a dark room with headphones on and be ready to let its hooks sink in. A paranormal thriller like no other. We are a very excited bunch at the moment. Leave a comment if you loved it!
21 Years Earlier. Year 1918Cheryl, small, freckle-faced, dark eyed girl with mousy thin lips and hair that cascades straight and almost brittle like pine needles down her tiny, bony frame. You could say the hair was almost as tall as her. She stood by the frosted window pane as her father and mother walked down... Continue Reading →
'Are you a Keeper?' A stranger asked as they slipped onto the stool next to Balan. Their face hidden in a giant hood. From the size of it, the person looked small, perhaps a woman, but the voice had him confused, but of course he knew that it was safer than to ask. In stead,... Continue Reading →