Author Archives: Jason McKinney

About Jason McKinney

I'm a word slinging, werewolf loving, zombie wrangling, scare master author, husband and father of three. When I'm not writing, I'm blathering nonsense to the world or taking orders from the family. You have my thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy the madness and mayhem! Stay delicious, my living peeps!

Werewolves of the Dead chapter twenty-seven

Chapter Twenty-seven Approaching Hecate with their urge to leave wasn’t as difficult as they thought. Hecate was amicable about their separation. He touched on the safety in numbers rule, but didn’t push the subject. He agreed to their leaving alone … Continue reading

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Werewolves of the Dead Chapter twenty-six

Chapter Twenty-six Rance, Deidre and Kelsey were still in the toy department when Shannon and Hecate found them. Kelsey and Rance were playing with some colorful space police toys with another female soldier while Deidre and Ohkawa exchanged suspicious glances. … Continue reading

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Firehouse: A tale from the Dog ‘Verse

It can be called flash fiction, or very short story, or something that just came to me. Whatever you want to call it, it’s a tale from the Dog ‘Verse. Fire House Derrick sat at the dining room table, flicking … Continue reading

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Werewolves of the Dead Chapter twenty-five

  Chapter Twenty-five The jam lasted for miles. Everyone that had remained in the city and its suburbs had made a massive egress to nowhere. Most vehicles were empty and those that weren’t contained a driver that had either committed … Continue reading

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Werewolves of the Dead Chapter Twenty-four

  Chapter Twenty-four    Shannon slept dreamlessly, but well. Her body called revile and she jerked awake, chiding herself for allowing what felt like too much of the day to slip by. With the world burning in the midst of … Continue reading

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Werewolves of the Dead Chapter twenty three

  Chapter Twenty-three   The scene where Shannon and the others had seen the Marine Hornets flying toward served as a further example of Hell on Earth realized. The destruction wasn’t anything that any of them had expected. A nightmare … Continue reading

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Werewolves of the Dead Chapter Twenty-one and Twenty-two

Chapter Twenty-one   She watched as the women made ready their vehicle for departure. She’d been aware of them since the moment they’d entered town, and had taken precautions for at best hiding her presence, and at worst masking it. … Continue reading

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Werewolves of the Dead Chapter Twenty

I’ve been busy these past three months, so you, dear readers, have been neglected. I’m a crappy author in the sense that it feels like I’ve abandoned you. I guess I have. There’s no denying it, I’ve let you down … Continue reading

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Werewolves of the Dead Chapter Nineteen

Chapter Nineteen   Deidre had to use the stairs to get to the basement. She had opted for the elevator at first, but someone had locked off the basement. That in and of itself was enough to set her Deidre-sense … Continue reading

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A Game Called Wick by Sarah McKinney

Hey there, everyone! Today I have a guest post by my oldest daughter, Sarah McKinney. Saturday, Sarah turns the magical age of 13. That’s right, she becomes a full fledged teenager. I thought I would celebrate her day in advance by … Continue reading

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