Roger Whitt has a monster under his bed. The creature is imaginary, but that doesn't make it any less hungry. Or dangerous.
Despite growing up into a respectable young man, Roger has kept the sense of wonder he had as a child. Because of this, he sees what other kids see: monsters hiding in the shadows, under beds, in closets, and around corners. These monsters have gotten stronger as Roger got older, and now they threaten his life.
If Roger can't keep a handle on his fears and learn to be a monster hunter, his own imagination will swallow him whole.
MONSTER UNDER MY BED is a novella, the beginning of a possible series. I recommend it to you if you enjoy adventure, protagonists that bite of more than they can chew, and a dose of imagination tempered with childhood nostalgia.