“Village of Dark Pointe Shores” by Michael J.P. Whitmer
Samuel’s nightmares of his missing girlfriend lead him to the town of Dark Pointe Shores where the female population is zero.
Michael J.P. Whitmer’s “Loved to Death” was published in anthology First Came Fear: New Tales of Horror by New Lit Salon Press. This collection includes thirteen other short tales, accompanied by wickedly stunning illustrations for each authored work, connecting human’s oldest emotion; fear.
See Through My Eyes: A Ghost Mystery Anthology is out today in print on Amazon. Among twenty-four other chilling stories, find Michael J.P. Whitmer’s speculative paranormal story “False Awakening” within the pages.
Carl is haunted by nightmares, or so he believes. Follow him as he embarks on a horrific journey to unlock a truth more terrifying than any alleged dream.
Click the link above to get your copy today.
Jesse discovers a mysterious website named Dreamsolution. Accepting a bargain without knowing what he has agreed to, Jesse embarks on a dream-quest to save his fiancé, Heather, from her nightmares.
Michael J.P. Whitmer’s story “Dreamsolution” published in the anthology UnCommon Lands available on Amazon.
J.P. Whitmer’s short “The Girl in the Window” won the best Halloween story at Theme of Absence.
Halloween was only delayed by the storm. With the thunder rumbling in the distance and the downfall turned drizzle, kids flooded the neighborhoods with treats and tricks on their minds.