Zombiemart - Part 1) Night Shift (1st Draft)

Zombiemart is weekly serial sequel to The Wolves of West Virginia, which is available on Kindle. Enjoy Part 1) Night Shift.
One of the sucky things about working at a superstore is the night shift. Even if the store itself isn’t open 24 hours a day, there’s still a night shift because someone has to stock those shelves ready for the eager hordes of greedy shoppers the next morning.

And if it is open 24/7. Well then you get to stock the shelves while harassed by said greedy…

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The Wolves Of West Virginia Part 2: The Missing Girl

The post below is part an early draft of one of the parts of my ebook The Wolves of West Virginia, which is now available on Kindle. You are free to read and enjoy it as is, but may prefer the more polished version.

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My phonecall to the Shepherdstown police was singularly lacking in useful information. They were polite but particularly uninformative about the missing Naomi. Ongoing investigation; pursuing a few leads; no… Continue reading...

The Wolves Of West Virginia Part 1: A Wizard In West Virginia

The post below is part an early draft of one of the parts of my ebook The Wolves of West Virginia, which is now available on Kindle. You are free to read and enjoy it as is, but may prefer the more polished version.

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Shepherdstown is overrun with werewolves. That’s Shepherdstown, West Virginia for those of you who are wondering.  Most of you probably. It’s a small university town in the eastern panhandle of the state. The… Continue reading...

Loudon Heights Overlook

Here's a different look at Harpers Ferry. This time round I hiked up Loudon Heights rather than Maryland Heights.

While the walk up Maryland Heights is pretty much straight up (well round and round up I suppose) Loudon Heights is a bit more spread out. First you go up, then you walk along the spine of the mountain for a way.

At the end of the trail you get this view which is definitely worthwhile.

Next time I go up there I need to try out my telephoto lens and get some closer shots of… Continue reading...

Amber Waves of Grain

Okay well technically it's just regular grass but work with me here. It's also actually a Civil War site, but again, let's not be picky.

This panorama is at Harper's Ferry National Historical Park, but it's no at the bit everyone goes to. This is the Murphy-Chambers Farm.

While not nearly as visited as the primary site, it does make an excellent walking area with 1-3 miles of mostly flat ground (there are a few ravines if you choose to take them).

Amongst other things here you can see the footprint of the John Brown Fort and a gorgeous vista of the Shenandoah… Continue reading...