“L” Lust by Matt Harrill

The hawk-eyed man watched them cross the room while he toyed with the woman he had chosen in his dance of lust. The couple had fallen from his spell, their faces scared, the clarity of the alien situation thrust upon them. He realized he himself had become caught up in the moment, and regretted his […]

“K” is for Klan by Matt Harrill

They passed without incident through the rest of New Market, pulling onto the interstate and resuming their journey south. Eva let the tension build for half an hour or so while observing the man. Madden was right; she could see what he meant. As with those they had seen before, this man looked to be […]

“J” Jump by Matt Harrill

The lights in the hangar faded as the front hangar doors opened. The planes came alive, engines whining, and began to taxi out of the hangar onto the runway. From her vantage point, Eva watched the small planes, capable of seating no more than six people each, crawling along the asphalt. The first turned and […]

“I” Interview by Matt Harrill and Children In Need

“Six months ago, what started off as a standard attempted bank robbery in the area of Montego Bay, Jamaica, has become one of the biggest mysteries the island has ever seen.” A map appeared on the screen, a red line detailing the route. It reminded Eva of the red line in the Indiana Jones movies […]

“H” Hijacked by Matt Harrill and Help for Orphans of Ebola

She was left alone in the car. It was night and there was nobody about. The sense of unease had not lessened, and the same strange smell of iron permeated this car as it had the other. Eva got out, looking for Sajhid. Nothing. She was completely alone. Presuming the answer to lie in the […]

Friday Feature: Matt Harrill #horrorauthor

I recently met Matt Harrill on Twitter @matt_harrill . He seemed like a friendly guy so I asked him if I could do an article about him. Low and behold he writes horror – I can’t get away from these people! I want to thank Matt and his girls for recently helping me with my manuscript […]

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