Worship Me (a novel) – 2017

worship me front coverAvailable at Amazon.com (USA) or Amazon.ca (Canada) on paperback or kindle.

Something is listening to the prayers of St. Paul’s United Church, but it’s not the god they asked for; it’s something much, much older.

A quiet Sunday service turns into a living hell when this ancient entity descends upon the house of worship and claims the congregation for its own. Trapped in what used to be their sanctuary, the terrified churchgoers are given an impossible ransom: their new god wants a sacrifice. For everyone to live, a child must die.

As fear rips the congregation apart, it becomes clear that if they’re to survive this untold horror, the faithful must become the faithless and enter into a battle against God itself. But as time runs out, they discover that true monsters come not from Heaven or Hell… they come from within.

Reviews for Worship Me:

“Worship Me is a roller-coaster ride into the dark heart of human nature, one which will leave an indelible imprint on the reader’s mind.” W.J. Renehan, Dark Hall Press

“Worship Me is a big and powerful book that does what horror novels are supposed to do… it scares the crap out of you.” – Brian J. Lewis, The Horror Review

“It is so dark, it’s brilliant, challenging just about every assumption you have about the genre.” – Bob R. Milne, Beauty in Ruins


My Son, The Afterbirth (short story) – 2016

Available in SQ Magazine 31st Edition, and The Big Book of Bootleg Horror: Volume 1

Happiness is hard. It can also be dangerous. A gay couple becomes obsessed with living a normative lifestyle by having a baby that’s born from both of them. To achieve this, one of them secretly begins a dangerous and experimental procedure resulting in the creation of a small creature that’s thirsty to suckle from its new parents, but it’s not hungry for milk. The story was a finalist in SQ Magazine’s Story Quest Contest 2016.


The Tempting of Mr. D (short story) – 2013

Available in Schlock Magazine

April would give her life to save her sister, but it’s going to take more than that. To defeat death, she must outwit the man who lives in the walls – an entity that has been with them even when they were alone, watching and waiting for years.