What lies in the devouring reflection?
August discovers how closely her family is tied to the thing in the Sunset Motel. Her father learns that she's discovered it . . .
For the month of October, I'll be offering up a digital copy of my short speculative horror story The Incident at Shore Run Road for just $0.50. Cover artwork for the story will be included in the digital package.
A quick look inside The Incident at Shore Run Road:
The square body of a dark SUV could be seen through the window. The driver’s side door flung open, and the hazard lights flashed. A silhouette, tall and broad shouldered, emerged from the vehicle. The driver’s door slammed with a muffle thud. He could see a gun in his hand and listened to him call into the dark. A single word that he couldn’t make out. Maybe a name.
The man headed toward the motel.
Charlotte whispered something inaudible.
Unconcerned with her thoughts, Richard stood. He approached the door.
“Richard!” called Charlotte.
He stopped, turning to look.
“You’re not going out there to confront him, are you?”
“Depends on what he’s going out there to do,” he replied, shrugging. “Doesn’t look like anything good.” He walked out of the diner.
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Ronald J. Murray
Ronald J. Murray is a Horror and Fantasy Writer and Poet, dog dad, and overly enthusiastic about all-day coffee habits.