Three powerful short stories (rated M17+) that touch on love and how it can sustain you, yet also may drive you to revenge and retribution. Love gives you courage to live, to stand up and fight back and to redeem yourself. When you have it, love may be the one thing you can count on.
What if you could give someone you love one more hour of life? The passion of love bursting into flame is more powerful than death, stronger than the grave.
“Brilliant, Dennis Lowery. Your writing always leaves me wanting more! I too saved it to re-read later. Thank you for sharing it with us. :-)” –Rebecca Harden-Heick
“It was wonderful. Chilling and hauntingly beautiful… very Stephen King-esque. Right up my alley, being a huge Stephen King fan. I have goosebumps.
Absolutely loved it.” –Bobbie Today
“Oh, wow… Very powerful… I felt so much compassion for the couple. And the intrigue of the supernatural really gets you thinking. It really is an excellent story you wrote, Dennis.” –Margie Casados
“Poetic Justice. Love it! :-)” –Vicki Tyley, Best Selling author
“Wow, Dennis Lowery – I enjoyed reading very much.” –Irene Kimmel
“Wonderful, Dennis Lowery Very well written!!” –Sylvia Sotuyo
“Wow, Dennis Lowery, I adore your writing! You pulled me in very quickly, and had me wanting more and more! Excellent story, I thank you for that amazing read. You are a very talented writer.” –Cristie Brewer
The house creaked and then settled with a sigh. Night noises her grandma called them. “This old house is full of them so pay them no mind,” she’d say. One piece of advice her grandma gave her she shouldn’t have listened to.
“This is cool and a bit spooky Dennis Lowery I shared this!” –Sylvia Sotuyo
“Great yarn, Dennis Lowery. Thanks!” –Chris Lord
“Good and Scary… Dennis Lowery. You sure know how to build up the suspense. Whew.” –Margie Casados
“I love it! Suspense and of course the bit with the… DELETED SPOILER PART OF HER COMMENT.” –Sarah Odendahl
“Love it. It’s really good!” –D. Denman
“I enjoy your writing… you’re great, Dennis!” –Lory Case
The Ladies of the Pain:
A land of ancient city-states, Città morte… dead cities sprinkle the countryside. Once thriving and vital, now no one lives in them and the keening of the winds through the ruins are their only sounds. Even for towns and cities that live, in almost every one, there is a legend, sometimes distorted far from its origin, of a casa stregata… a haunted house. Some are deathly still, lonely cenotaphs, mere empty markers of some immoral past. Others contain souls that sleep a while and awake… hungry.
“Yes, this definitely was felt in Colorado, too. Intriguing and intense.” –Margie Casados
“Fantastic!!!! Love it. It is really good and the chills went all the way to me in Norway.” –Sylvia Sotuyo
“Like an unpardonable sin your words read so sweet. I like this very much, Dennis. Very nicely written.” –Michael Koontz
“Fantastic story, Dennis. Kind of in the O. Henry vein.” –Jim Zumwalt
“I love it.” –Sarah Odendahl
“Awesome story. From the capped peaks of coldness to the warmth within, from passion in pleasure to pain in equal measure you awake a dream to dream.” –Pastiche Able