Never say “good enough” — Lisa Vasquez

If there’s one thing I’ve noticed being in the publishing industry, it’s how a deadline will wear people down. As an author, you’ve been with this piece of work day in, and day out. Not only did it take you countless hours to write, now you’ve gone through the process of editing. But before that, […]Never … Continue reading Never say “good enough” — Lisa Vasquez

#StitchedSaturday – Shannon Grant

“Horrible Wax” By Shannon Grant Naomi would always associate Rascal’s House of Horrible Wax with her brother Max. ​He had tried dragging her into the creepy museum during asummer when they were both kids, but to Naomi, that was a no-go. Anxiety would rise up whenever her family would pass by the museum on the main strip of the vacation village of Lake Minnetonka. She would stare up at the sign calling out … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – Shannon Grant

#StitchedSaturday – Ezekiel Kincaid

The Haunting of Napoleon Bonaparte  By Ezekiel Kincaid Other than Johnny Walker Ranger, Ezekiel Kincaid is the most versatile horror writer ever. Why? Well, there are lots of reasons. First, he was a pastor for twenty years, so he knows a thing or three about the demonic, death, and dealing with people in crappy situations. … Continue reading #StitchedSaturday – Ezekiel Kincaid

#SITCHEDSATURDAY -April 11th

Butcher by LoopyWanderer on DeviantArt RULES FOR SUBMISSION All entries should be emailed in .doc format and include (in same document) authors bio and any links you want included to stitchedsaturday(at)gmail.com Word Limit: 2500 words Extreme Horror allowed with the following stipulations - you must put NSFW in the subject line+StitchedSaturday 4/4. There are no … Continue reading #SITCHEDSATURDAY -April 11th

#STITCHEDSATURDAY- James Matthew Byers, the Darque Bard

The Necromancer's Fancy Upon the edge of HalloweenWith midnight closing in,I marveled at what I had seenAs much to my chagrinAnother corpse refusing lifeIn limbo flatly lay.Incisions marked by blade of knifeConfounded disarray.A coroner, my trade by day,By night, a maddened fool,For many years, I lived this way.I steadied up each tool.Intent to be as … Continue reading #STITCHEDSATURDAY- James Matthew Byers, the Darque Bard

#STITCHEDSATURDAY – Mike Lane (another one!)

Hi, I’m Mike L Lane. You may very well be a figment of my imagination, but real or not, there’s no reason we can’t be friends. I have many friends in my head and you’re welcome to hang out with them—no social distancing required, I promise.  Just like in my story, I believe inspiration really … Continue reading #STITCHEDSATURDAY – Mike Lane (another one!)

#STITCHEDSATURDAY – Joaquin Bonel

I'm an active duty Marine.  Reading got me through deployment and eased a lot of stress.  My goal through writing is to give that back.  I write for that service member on deployment, that home sick college student,  that weary traveler stuck at an airport or anyone at home tired and needing an escape from … Continue reading #STITCHEDSATURDAY – Joaquin Bonel

#STITCHEDSATURDAY – Bert Edens

"Bert is a writer and editor living in Arkansas and trying to figure out why his gorgeous wife married him. While he has been published in several genres, he always seems to circle back to horror at some point, which isn't surprising considering his dark and warped sense of humor. He tends to be remarkably … Continue reading #STITCHEDSATURDAY – Bert Edens

#STITCHEDSATURDAY – Thomas R Clark

Crossing the LineBy Thomas R Clark Scatman sat in the shadows behind the police line, waiting for dinner to take itself out. The falling rain masked his breathing, and the stench of the place covered his own. You don’t shit where you eat, the old adage said. Unless your name is Scatman, in which case … Continue reading #STITCHEDSATURDAY – Thomas R Clark