These bizarre and bloody tales will leave you begging for more.
I went into these pages not having any familiarity with Mr. Tullius. The stories are quick and very involved with the first person narrative of the author acting the part in each offering. I am going to be exploring Mark Tullius further and am looking forward to reading his work in true novel form...the short stories being so intriguing that I have to imagine his "full length " work will be quite the adventure. - Dahne1004Let the nightmares begin; get your copy today.
Fraxinus is the story about a group of women facing off against an ancient, and seeming undefeatable enemy.
FEEEEENIX is the story about a man coming to grips with his late father's legacy and purpose in the world.
Napkin is the story of a troubled man getting help from a random stranger. Or is he?
Ghost is the story of a young girl whose new home appears to be haunted.
Eight Days A Week is the story of 8 sisters and their routines throughout a full week.
Celebrity is the story of a former Hollywood actor and popular adage "celebrities always die in threes".
The Day Harold Sanford Got Cancer is the story of a man who feels like his life is falling apart around him.
Missing is the story of a loner who's looking to fill voids in his life.
Fraxinus Americana is the story of an old man who's fighting Alzheimer's and a familiar foe.
Keywords: mystery, gore, mantrap, voodoo, anal sex, SmutPunk
Andy Sayer knows what it’s like to feel like a freak. Ever since he was badly burned in a fire started by his drunken mother, the horrible scars on his face have set him apart from others, isolated him.
Now, the patriarch of a prominent but mysterious family, Matthew Bollinger, has taken an interest in Andy. The Bollingers own the entire area and just about everything in it. They live in an enormous house built on the side of Mount Crag, but they are never seen. Matthew Bollinger wants Andy to come live with them.
In the Bollingers, Andy finds acceptance … and the deepest kind of corruption and evil.
Sometimes the worst disfigurements remain invisible … until it’s too late.