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Edmund de Wight

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Some say Edmund was found wandering the desert as a baby, others say his mother won him playing craps, yet others say that aliens were spotted near Vegas on the night he was brought into the world.

Edmund de Wight writes fiction which has a touch of dark fantasy, some sci-fi, a smidgen of thriller and a healthy dose of horror. Many of his stories take place in worlds very similar to our own but slightly changed from our current reality.

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Edmund de Wight The monster walked through the streets of the unsuspecting town intent on finding someone who would not scream or draw attention to its presence.
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The monster walked through the streets of the unsuspecting town intent on finding someone who would not scream or draw attention to its presence.
The girl appeared innocent and kind, no person would connect the deaths to her; she pointed at the monster screaming; Murderer!

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Edmund de Wight Writer's block is a luxury I don't allow myself time for. If I'm feeling a little strapped for ideas I follow advice of much better writers them mysel…moreWriter's block is a luxury I don't allow myself time for. If I'm feeling a little strapped for ideas I follow advice of much better writers them myself and just begin writing. Write ANYTHING even nonsense. Once the words begin to flow from your pen or keyboard your brain will forget its fear of the blank page and supply you with actual inspiration.(less)
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Krampus Unchained: A holida...

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The Grinning One

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Death Songs

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The Shadow in the City

This is a short story written for a contest about movies and monsters (I didn’t win) that I published on my Patreon page but decided to also share here. The city was bathed in twilight, but then again it was always twilight until a Star arrived on the scene. Aaron Little hated the time between […]
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The Tell Tale Zombie (Horror)
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Description: The zombies were dead - really dead this time. It is one year since the last zombie was reported to be destroyed and the world is slowly recovering. Demi is a survivor who harbors a dark secret. She lost her husband to the undead and will do anything to protect her young daughter. Neighbors and friends pry into her life, trying to learn her secret. To protect her secret and her daughter she will do the unthinkable. Returning home to someone in her house turns out to be more dangerous than any zombie horde. The Tell-Tale Zombie is a short story of survival in the aftermath of the zombie apocalypse. This isn't your normal zombie story with rugged survivors battling hordes of undead in the streets. This story examines the human toll in a world where the line between life and death has become blurred.
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Stephen King
“There is a muse, but he’s not going to come fluttering down into your writing room and scatter creative fairy-dust all over your typewriter or computer. He lives in the ground. He’s a basement kind of guy. You have to descend to his level, and once you get down there you have to furnish an apartment for him to live in. You have to do all the grunt labor, in other words, while the muse sits and smokes cigars and admires his bowling trophies and pretends to ignore you. Do you think it’s fair? I think it’s fair. He may not be much to look at, that muse-guy, and he may not be much of a conversationalist, but he’s got inspiration. It’s right that you should do all the work and burn all the mid-night oil, because the guy with the cigar and the little wings has got a bag of magic. There’s stuff in there that can change your life. Believe me, I know.”
Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft




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