As 2015 nears to a close, I’m happy to post about my newest sale. My story “The Other Side of the Wall,” appears in Deathlehem Revisited: An Anthology of Holiday Horrors for Charity.
We have a nice but small back yard and are constantly annoyed and curious about the incidents on the other side of the tall cinderblock wall. The neighbors make a lot of noise, and one of their three dogs occasionally hops over the fence. Sometimes we stand on tippy toes so we can try to see what the heck is going on over there. I’m not quite tall enough and I am always speculating.
Hence I wrote this story about a man whose curiosity gets the best of him, and his imagination and nosiness gets him more than he bargains for in this holiday cautionary tale.
I just bought a copy today and am eager to read the other stories in the collection. Edited by Michael J. Evans and Harrison Graves, this should prove to be a creepy fun read. All proceeds go to charity.