11:34 is a horror compilation featuring 1 novel, 1 novella, 3 novelettes, and 4 short stories that will lead you through dark passageways of horror, dread, and suspense into worlds where not every question is answered and not every answer is what you want it to be. If you discover what happens at 11:34, you might wish you hadn’t.
In “The Haunt” (~9,400 words), Brad begins to suspect that someone is playing pranks on him. Is he beginning to lose his sanity or is something else amiss?
“Revolution” (3,500 words) presents us with the interview of Blake Homestead, an eccentric billionaire with a strange worldview and a bold plan for the future.
“Speck” (~18,600 words) begins innocently enough when part of a mountain glacier breaks away and begins to melt, unleashing its ancient contents onto an unsuspecting world.
In “Toe” (~2,600 words), an old man goes fishing and for the life of him, he cannot fathom what he reels in.
“Darker” (~12,800 words) is the diary of Bella Darnell, a woman who hears a name that triggers a meltdown. To find out what the name means to her, she’ll have to delve into a past she had long forgotten.
“Hammer and Nails” (~6,400) words) shows us life at the bottom of the barrel.
In “11:34” (~4,600 words) an old woman appears in a young girl’s bedroom doorway, every night at 11:34. How did the woman come to be there, and what is her purpose?
In “The Null” (~9,200 words), the crew of the spaceship “Athena” have been tasked with a mission of discovery that takes them to the edge of the Milky Way, to an unexplored planet named “Cardinal.”
“The House of Allure” (~56,500 words), presents us a futuristic version of our world in which personal computers are integrated into the bodies of most first-world citizens, and brothels are as common as restaurants. This story is told mostly from the perspectives of Tad Barlow, an introvert and virtual virgin, and Symphony Rains, a longterm brothel girl. The paths of their lives are separate, but they converge in spectacular fashion!