Pronounced “Six By Six”, 6×6 is a horror novella – 34 pages of pure terror – based on a dream I woke up screaming from last year. In it a young boy ventures into his late grandfather’s basement to find himself trapped within a supernatural game. Each “turn” of the game brings a new monster to life. Can the boy survive long enough to win? Or can he escape before IT wins and drags him into the darkness?
6×6 is available on Amazon for only 99 cents for the eBook and $5.99 for paperback. It’s cheap, it’s a quick, fun read AND it’s pretty much guaranteed to give you nightmares. What more could you ask for?
A human arm shot forward from the vines, landing on the inside carpet and gripping the fibers. That was the thump. What followed was a mass of dark hair, lanky and long covering a pale white face. The body swished as it pulled itself inside the room. I knew instantly that I was looking at the little girl from the image, and yet…this was no little girl at all; this was something much, much worse.”
Howdy there, lords, ladies and the occasional odd hyper-intelligent cat out there (because let’s be honest, if a house pet were to develop hyper-intelligence it would like be a cat…and they would likely be evil). I just want to take a moment to greet the world like a newborn babe and start the scream that tells you all I’m here. I’M HERE!!!
So who the hell am I? I’m just a boy in a man’s body (though some would say that’s debatable) who happens to be one of those people that occasionally puts his/her fingers on a keyboard and writes all of the strange ideas she/he has rolling around in his/her/its head. So I’m a writer. I could have just said that, but then I wouldn’t be much of a writer, would I?
So welcome to my bloggy-blog, where I will likely talk about the fine art of storytelling, wax philosophical about life and how it can be like a Neverending Story itself [insert 1984 Limahl theme song here] and occasionally go off on a gamer/serialized TV watcher/general geek tangent.
So welcome! Grab a drink, kick your shoes off and prepare to have some fun.