All Dave Miller wanted to do was commit suicide in peace. He tried, but the things that happened after he'd pulled the trigger were all wrong. Like everyone standing around like statues. No St. Peter, no pearly gate, no pitchforks or halos. He might just as well have saved the bullet!
If you’re looking for a delightful little Halloween treat, check out my urban fantasy story, Magick Mirror. Originally written for a Halloween anthology and inspired by Super Nintendo RPGs, it takes place in high school, where our hero’s unusual attire on the the school bus on Halloween morning is mistaken for a costume.
And he can’t tell anyone, because the game his life has become now has consequences.
Maybe reading that will help keep your hand out of the candy jar—at least for a little while.
Here’s a little more about the story…
When was the last time a character in a video game stepped out of your TV?
Anders is just an ordinary high school teenager suffering from a painful breakup and trying to drown his sorrows in video games. But when a rare Super Nintendo RPG he bought at the flea market comes to life, he is sent on an extraordinary quest.
A wizard grants him the power of the Magick Mirror. But is that enough? Does Anders have the heart of a true hero?