My Short Stories


Published on the 18th of March, 2019 by Underwood Press in their online Magazine Black Works – this short horror story tells the tale of four people stuck at a dinner party, you know the kind, the one that seems like its never going to end.

Interested to see what happens next? Check it out at

How the Story Goes

Published on the 1st of January, 2019 by the online journal Coffin Bell – this fantastical speculative fiction story spins a yarn of a beautiful city that was perfect in every way, their special stone that kept it so, and the thief that would take it all…or at least that’s how the story goes.

Want to see how that story goes? Check it out at

My Dearest

Published all the way back on the 2nd of May 2018, by the online Writing Journal The Write Launch in their 13th issue – this short historical fiction tells the story of a soldier sent to the fronts lines during WII, through the letters he continues to write home to his Dearest one, even though they never write back.

Want to see if they ever do? Check the story out at

The Squirrel

Published on the 5th of December 2019 in the 7th Issue of the online Journal Route 7 – this dark comedic story is very, very loosely based on a real story. As the first female apprentice of the Harlem Metal Working Company, Davey had not been expecting her first day to be easy…but then she’d hadn’t exactly been expecting this either.

What to see just how terrible her day turned out to be? Check out the story at

The Scientist

Published on April 26th, 2020 in the sixth winter issue of the The Burnt Pine Magazine – this psychological horror story takes a dark look into the nature of delusion and scientific skepticism.

‘I am a Scientist, I know you’re wrong…there’s no such thing as psychics, or mediums, or any of the other nonsense you filled your son’s head with. There’s nothing out there waiting for us, and now you’re gone, I’ll make the kid see it too.’

Check it out here, to see if he succeeds.

The Rabbit Hutch

Publish on October 23rd, 2020 in the online journal The Abstract Elephant Magazine – this Speculative Fiction tells a tale of a world that darkly mirrors are own. Where rights and autonomy have been stripped away in exchange for a sense of abstract safety.

‘Peter had been stuck in Lockdown for thirty years, and for thirty years that had been fine. He ate, slept, and watched for the man coming with his food just like everyone did. His life was fine, just fine – he wasn’t going mad, the rabbits under his floorboards had always been there.’

Check it out here, to see if he’s really going insane.