Been super busy. Just this week, I have had an offer from a small budget movie/television production company to write a pilot episode for a series... then possibly write the series itself. Also another offer from a small press publisher to publish some of my works. I am currently looking into these.
In the meantime...
I wanted to bring to every ones attention that two of my smaller works: a short story and a novelette are now $.99.
Sarah should have left Montgomery County when she had the chance, but now it's too late. She is trapped on the rooftop of her family home which is almost completely submerged by dark flood waters. The air smells of a mixture of sewage and mold and it’s still raining. Alone with only her thoughts Sarah is mad she did not leave town years ago when she was right out of high school, before she became the one things she dreaded most; her mother.
Haunted by the reoccurrence of an eerie thumping sound, Sarah is startled when she discovers a large hairy animal, almost the size of a cow, brushing against the corner of her house. What is it? Where did it come from? What other horrors are hiding in the dark water?
Dark Water: Beaming Smile is my award-winning long fiction. It was in the running for a Bram Stoker Award in 2011. Made it as far as the preliminary ballot. It did rank 3rd in the P&E Readers Poll.
It's a spooky story in the urban fantasy genre. I consider it light horror too. Dark Water: Beaming Smile is one of my better reviewed works, please check it out.
A WAY TO A MAN'S HEART IS THROUGH HIS STOMACH is a dark ride through a mysteriously failing marriage. Brenda realizes something is up from various clues, but arrives at a shockingly wrong conclusion. When she finally discovers exactly why things between them are falling apart, she decides that the time has come for her husband Tony to get a taste of what she is going through…just a taste…
A Way to A Man's Heart is Through his Stomach is a horror short story. For those of you interested, it was originally written years ago for a Valentine's Day horror anthology, but was published as an e-book short instead.
Kevin James Breaux
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