For a limited time, includes two free additional short stories.
That's three great short stories for the price of one.
Could there be a hidden room somewhere in your house? And just what would you find lurking there?
Nate, his little sister, and best buddy Dan, stumble upon a hidden room during a sleep-over. What they find inside is anything but friendly.
Includes the bonus short story: Steven, Space Stowaway (originally published in the June issue of Spaceports & Spidersilk).
When Steven's Mom leaves for a mission to Mars, he's determined to come along. Even if he has to sneak onboard.
Just one problem: he gets caught. And the Captain has a particularly unpleasant way of dealing with stowaways.
Includes the bonus short story: Bloody Marcy.
When a game of Bloody Mary goes terribly wrong, someone might just die.
Praise for Monster in the Mirror
"A very good short story. Written in an eerie enough way to make (you) to look over your shoulder and avoid mirrors for awhile." - Tricia Bennett, Author
"Wow! Excellent short story. Well written and very easy to read. I didn't get bored at all. I also liked the song and the ending was awesome." -B. Marie, Smashwords
About the Author
M.J.A. Ware, known as MJ to his friends, lives in the foothills of the Sierra Mountains with his wife and two daughters. When not writing about aliens, monsters and ghosts, he runs a company where he designs award winning video arcades. He’s currently polishing his latest novel, Super Zombie Juice Mega Bomb, about friends who take on an army of the undead, armed with nothing but Super Soakers—filled with zombie killing juice.
"I try ignoring the sound. Like fingernails on a blackboard, deep and violent. It's coming from the stairs, always from the stairs..."
The end you must buy but I liked the last story of the chair wish I live on USA to buy the full book but is really good >.<
It was a scary story for me
Easy read...too easy
The first short story had promise. Although geared towards juveniles, it seemed a bit "dumbed down", even for the target genera . I at first was under the impression that I was reading the work of a gifted Middle schooler. It fell quite short even as a short story. This is a shame as the premise had much promise, if expanded upon correctly. Second story was ,in my opinion, a waste of both the readers, and the authors time. The Zombie "teaser" was entertaining, and I could see my preteen enjoying it. The story of the chair, now that story provoked feeling,as any work of true art should. Very nice, in a true to life scary ,dark reality, dangerous, heart wrenching sort of way . Redemption for the previous writing. Just an opinion, which, not unlike butts, everyone has one. Will be purchasing full story of The Chair , as the characters have unexpectedly caught me up in their tale. And as I mentioned before , this tale makes the whole book worthwhile. I hope it continues to not disappoint, as I very much look forward to the next chapter. Keep in mind readers, this is tween reading material.