A man is trapped in his house while it slowly fills with water. (This is probably the best thing I’ve written. However, it’s also the longest one on this list. If you have time, it’s well worth the read. It’s a psychological thriller with a lot of content. I’d strongly urge you to give it a shot regardless of it’s length.)
This was for my Creative Writing Challenge for myself. It’s about sisters, one who is mute, who help the police solve crimes. The focus was on a protagonist that was unable to speak, but I really loved the dynamic between the two sisters.
This was part of an “Urban Legend” short story contest. It’s my take on the “Buried Alive” myth.
A mortician tries to remember where he knows the latest dead body to appear on his table (This was a mystery piece with some heavy focus on visualizations to capture mood and thought. It’s definitely a dark piece.)
A night guard at a mall begins witnessing strange events involving store mannequins (This is very Silent Hill inspired, but it’s basically me trying out the horror genre. I’m not very happy with the ending and would like to re-work this one someday.)
A person with split-personality disorder discovers a third personality just waking up. (This wasn’t actually meant to be a stand-alone piece, it was more me just testing an idea I had, but ended up just letting it be as is.)
A man awakens in a windowless/doorless room with no idea how he got there and no escape. And the room seems to slowly be shrinking. (Not sure what I was going for on this. It was more of an idea test than an actual story. I wanted to touch on the feeling of madness and desperation.)