Last week I decided to publish an old story that has, so far, only been available in anthologies and collections, but never gotten the chance to stand on its own.  Which is a shame, because I think it’s a really good story.  So I finally published it as a standalone short story, and you can get it HERE:

Sean Leonard went out for pizza one day and never came home. Not that he didn’t try. After what he was sure had to be twelve hours driving the same unchanging stretch of highway with no off-ramps or exits in sight, Sean finally spotted another living person, the first he’d seen in hundreds of miles.

Now Sean and Jamie are on the run down this one long stretch of road, fleeing from the trio in the black car.

“They’ll take whatever you’ve got,” Jamie says, “and if you don’t have enough, they’ll take you.”

Or, if you’d like to see it when it first appeared, in the DARK HIGHWAYS anthology, or in the short story collection of mine where it was first reprinted, WHAT THE BLIND MAN SAW, you can do that, too.

Wherever and however you read it, though, I would love it if you left a review afterward.  Thanks.