Look for Creepies from WPaD on all of your favorite online booksellers.
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A story of unexpected romance in the far off land of Patagonia – star crossed Americans and a little bit of mystery. Click here for: Dancing on the Beach.
From one of my favorite authors Jade M Phillips – A wonderful Zombie story that will be featured in the upcoming WPaD anthology “Goin’ Extinct. I love this story!
Hello world! It has been WAY too frickin long since I’ve posted and I apologize for my lack of doing so, but it has been a crazy year! I hope everyone is faring well and enjoying their summer. Anyway, I thought while I am busy working on some fun new stuff for you guys to read, I might post a little tid-bit here; a sampler of sorts. Now, this is VIP stuff y’all, I tell you, because the short story I am revealing has not even been published yet! But it will be soon in the very much anticipated post-apocalyptic anthology called ‘Goin’ Extinct’ by the writers of WPaD (Writers, Poets, and Deviants.) Here is our Amazon author page so you can check out all of the other books (proceeds are donated to MS research, a very near and dear cause to me and my family.)So without further ado, I give you a short story by none other than Jade M. Phillips herself (that would be me…clearly), and it is called Zoila’s Zombie. Mind you, this story is so new and so fresh that this version I am posting had not even been fully edited yet, so please be kind with the comma jokes. Ok. Here goes Nothin…
by Jade M Phillips
“Hurry Up!” Zoila said, tugging on the chain to urge the zombie along. “The Morgue closes at sundown.” It stared at her blankly with blood shot eyes. The Zombie’s face was decaying and a small section of its skin was hanging from its cheek showing the inside of its mouth and a very bad set of rotting teeth.
Expect the unexpected when you least expect it: Click here for: Memory of a distant love.
A story for everyone who has ever been bullied and for anyone who has ever been a parent. It is also for those uncomfortable WTF moments in life with a little bit of humor.
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Click here for the ultimate holiday reading experience AND soon to be loved Christmas classic: Experience the Wonder: Tinsel Tales.
A fun little story about deadlines and vampires – it will get you in a Halloween mood…or just give you a smile (sort of)
Click here for: Dawn of the Undead.
If you’re wondering where the name West Coast Review came from, this is the story. I promise you won’t be disappointed.
Click here if you have a romantic soul: Always and Forever, He Said Before He Disappeared.