Alerts From The Grave
This is the story of Christa, known commonly as "Kinky Christa." Performing in adult films is the only way to pay her bills since her husband was murdered. A year later, she is still grieving and living alone with her cat, Area Code. But things take a turn when her dead husband starts to communicate with her through texts and emails. Needless to say, it freaks her out. There's a lot of comedy and suspense in this one. It's an entertaining thrill ride from beginning to end.
The Dark Road
An example of this is the sibling rivalry between two teenage sisters named Lisa (13) and Stacy (17). They can't stand each other. Stacy is obviously much older, a senior in high school, and, well, let's just say she "gets around." She also bullys her younger sister, who is more reserved and childlike, but doesn't hesitate to speak her mind.
We meet them on the way home from their cousin's college graduation with their cheery Uncle Steve, but he decides to take a shortcut through the woods to avoid traffic. Things get worse for all of them shortly after. Much worse.
The Magician And The Beast
The Magnificent Charley is a former criminal who starts his own traveling freak show tour. He uses orphaned children and animals in his shows, but his main attraction is a werewolf. Every full moon, his audience watches a scrawny man named Noah shapeshift into a "demon hound from hell." Children in the audience are allowed to feed raw meat to the creature, who is trapped in a steel cage.
It's implied in the story that The Magnificent Charley sexually and physically abuses the children and animals he enslaves. (Like I said earlier, he's a terrible human being). This is one of the longer stories in the book because I originally wrote three different versions and then combined the best of all three. This actually works out great because it results in lots of twists and turns throughout the story. It's hilarious (and sometimes violent) entertainment.
I don't want to give anything away, but let's just say that Charley's greed and use of an exotic pet may come back and bite him in the ass. Perhaps literally.
Giggling In The Dark
A young couple in their early '20s buy their first home together. Francis and Martin are the opposite of the stereotypical couple. Francis is the leader; she wears the pants in the relationship. But she often wishes her boyfriend would "man up." Their first week at their new home, they hear high-pitched giggling and movement coming from their basement. Well, one day they decided to investigate and were in for quite a diabolical surprise.
The Power Of The Punch
Rebecca McCrary is a terrible boxer having no success. She has lost all eight of her fights by knockout. One day her experimental cousin gives her breast implants injected with huge amounts of testosterone. The result is that, although Rebecca looks exactly the same (only with bigger boobs) she can punch as hard as three men put together. Her career now goes in a completely different direction as she puts her opponents to sleep in the opening seconds of each fight, thus becoming an athletic media sensation similar to the early days of Mike Tyson and Ronda Rousey.
But people soon realize that she's downright dangerous to fight as she literally cripples her opponents. As Rebecca punches her way to a title shot, she soon learns that everything has a price.
Two weeks later when she arrives, she is more than a little strange. She will spit on your hand instead of shaking it. She'll piss in your food. She even refuses to wipe her ass. I mentioned earlier that Ernie had a secret past. Well, Alegra has a secret of her own...
The Special Child