Kelli has published dozens of horror and science fiction stories in print and electronic formats. Her sci-fi tales were once a regular feature in The Sun.
She likes to explore the psychological side to scaring people, and her diverse collection of horror tales contains many unique characters. Halloween is often the setting for some of her favorite stories.
In autumn 2015, Kelli published two horror ebooks. Kropsy's Curse is set in a graveyard on Halloween and is a cautionary tale about playing with ouija boards. Her Civil War themed novella, Dead Til Dawn takes place on the Gettysburg battlefield.
Her Halloween story, "Home for Halloween" was included in the Moon Shadows horror anthology, released in October 2014. This tale of two brothers reunited for Halloween showcases the best elements of this special holiday.
A mini-mystery, "Diamonds" was published in issue #14 of Sherlock Holmes Mystery magazine. In this
story, a sneaky thief gets more than he bargains for!
ghost story, “Thursday Night Bingo” was published in the Sekhmet Press Wrapped in Whiteanthology. This collection of thirteen tales of spectres, ghosts, and spirits was released in March 2014.
Kelli's interviews about the anthology and horror writing here:
In 2013, her horror tale, "Sometimes Monsters Are Real"appeared in the Mistresses of the Macabreanthology published by Dark Moon Books. In this psychological nightmare, a vulnerable woman is visited by an unusual creature in the dead of night… (Read more on the story's page.)
This horror gem is hard to find, but makes great reading:
A tale of a children's Halloween party gone horribly wrong, "The Uninvited" won First Place in the Weird Tales World Horror Con writing contest in 2003. It appeared in the April 2006 issue of Weird Tales magazine.
A FREE READ: Kelli's story, "The Man in Apartment 3-A," was published in the October 2003 issue of EOTU Ezine. To read about a neighbor who claims to be a vampire, click here.
Visit each story's page to read a summary, excerpt, and order a copy today!