Tuesday, March 24, 2015

"All the horrors of the half-known life."

An open-water scuba trip has been on my bucket list for years.
Then I saw the boat head back to port without me, and I felt something from the deep touch my leg.

For as this appalling ocean surrounds the verdant land, so in the soul of man there lies one insular Tahiti, full of peace and joy, but encompassed by all the horrors of the half-known life. God keep thee! Push not off from that isle, thou canst never return!” ― Herman Melville, Moby Dick

As always, the enhanced horror story and painting are on patreon.
Next blog horror story on Thursday... stay tuned.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

It's all fun and games until someone loses a colon ...

I was always told to trust and go with my gut.
Unfortunately, this thing wanted to go with my gut too.
As always, the enhanced horror story and painting are on patreon.
Next blog horror story on Tuesday ... stay tuned.


Thank you for joining us here at the house of Two Sentence Horrors.

Granted, putting together very short horror stories isn't new, but a wide variety of two sentence horror stories with paintings, now that could be fun. Tales of vampires, aliens, human monsters, and, of course, zombies, to chill, thrill and delight, made even more menacing with that touch of gore, the glint of steel in the moonlight, that splash of... well, you get the idea.

You can't pick your family ...
Please, come and sit. Make yourself comfortable. Let us make introductions. My name is N. M. Scuri. I have given my life over to writing Dark Things. You may have heard me on Ghost News Radio with +Long Island Paranormal Investigators, or read some of my stories, including "It's All Good News," and "Debbie Does the Apocalypse."
My colleague is +byron rempel. He's been drawing and painting for almost 30 years, and is the creator of the 1000 Zombie Project. More information on our projects can be found in the links section of this page.

As I've mentioned, this is the home of Two Sentence Horrors, but you can find much more on our Patreon page. It's well worth the visit, I assure you.

So glad you've come by. Please, do have a cup of tea. Don't mind the almond flavor; I'll just put some honey in there, and it'll be fine...