Horror Story Published by Sirens Call Publications

When I was a child, I suffered from terrible nightmares.  They started the summer before the sixth grade.  They started right after I saw the Sesame Street movie, "Follow That Bird."  They were unrelentless, and there was no end in sight.  They were so bad that they had landed me in a shrink's chair, and I narrowly escaped that one.  Finally, they stopped, but a lot of my short stories were born from those dreams.

I don't know why I had returned to those days, but I did.  And I started to write about the worst of them.  Being locked away.  Being held prisoner.  Being taken away from my family, and "I Promise to be Good" was written.  And you can find it in the latest issue of the Sirens Call eZine: