David R. Michael

Guns & Magic & Whimsy, Oh My!

Tag: urban fantasy

“Wind-Up Action Figure On Her Day Off”

"Wind-Up Action Figure On Her Day Off"“Wind-Up Action Figure On Her Day Off” by David Michael

Short Story (3200 words)

The Gray Angel #3

On those rare Mondays with no new contract, the Gray Angel wonders if that means there is no one on Earth who deserves killing. She tries to remain optimistic, but she’s sure there’s someone out there who needs to be given the choice of a bullet to the brain.

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“Working Girl”

"Working Girl"“Working Girl” by David Michael

Short Story (1900 words)

The Gray Angel #2

Hitwoman the Gray Angel’s latest target is elusive businessman Neil Spencer Thomasson, who is staying in a high-rise hotel with an unknown number of armed guards. Fortunately, Thomasson has called in an escort for the evening, a woman who comes highly recommended and whose face Ange hopes he’s never seen.

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The Door to the Sky

The Door to the SkyThe Door to the Sky by David Michael

Novel

Gods are at war. Dragons attack TV stations and winged gargoyles do battle with steam-powered behemoths. Gaia the Earth Mother and the woman called Blue lead the Weirdlings in their struggle against the Tyrant and his Compatriots, while the man who calls himself the Traveler walks through the chaos looking for The Door to the Sky.

Includes 2 Bonus Short Stories: “Fickle Reality; or That Explains a Lot” and “Encounter”.

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Nasty, Brutish & Short Short

Nasty, Brutish & Short ShortNasty, Brutish & Short Short by David Michael

Collection

A collection of violent horror flash fiction and short short stories by David Michael.

“The Call of the Hunter Moon” – Violence is easy. You just let go. Your hands become claws for ripping. Your teeth bare, you snap, you grab, you tear. You smell the fear, savor the screams, taste the blood…

“Tucker” – When I arrived, the boy stood there surveying the chaos he had wrought, gloating over it all–except for her. He wouldn’t look at her. She knelt by the body she had once inhabited, her physical face now unrecognizable in the gore…

“Crowfeeder” – At our arrival, the closest of the black carrion birds startled. A ripple like a wave in a black ocean flowed across the field as the birds flapped into the air, reconsidered once they saw how few we were, and settled back to continue gorging…

And 10 more!

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