The Echo Girl is one of my most personal stories to date.
I’m extremely proud of it. I hope you guys and gals give it a shot.
I will probably whip up a few more promotional images and concept art for it, but I came across a new promotional video platform called promo, and I put together this sweet little promo video for it. Enjoy it, and hopefully, it hypes you up enough that you check out the story at amazon.com
The Echo Girl short story description: A magazine writer begins to see his lost love in his apartment, at work and in his car and he can’t figure out if she is a dream, a memory or delusions–and then he begins to see other versions of her. Did she ever really exist? And what is she now? Who or what is the Echo Girl? A science-fiction/horror romance influenced by Asimov, Bradbury, Ellison and Niven, drawing from the writer’s own personal struggles of the last two years, including divorce and depression, the Echo Girl is a slow burn that amps into a brain teasing thriller and ends in an unsettling twist. Includes poems “I am the End” and “This Author’s Corpse Vow” and flash fictions “We Found it in the Forest” and “Cut Off.”