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Miserere: An Autumn Tale

Read chapters 1-4 here

Available at AmazonBarnes and Noble, Baen, and other fine bookstores / Check out an independent bookstore near you at Indie Bound.

"Miserere reads like Ladyhawke had a baby in purgatory and Meljean Brook delivered it." -- New York Times Bestselling author Ilona Andrews (read Ilona's review of Miserere)


"La Santisima" -- A brand new short story that you can read online here or download it free from Smashwords here.

I turned fifteen the year the desert swallowed my brother. I should have gone first, but Mamá said that I looked too young, too skinny—no one would hire a boy my size. Although I possessed the sharper wit and even spoke a little English, my wiry build went against me. Time wasn’t our friend and we couldn’t wait for me to attain Jorge’s girth ...


"Comes the Night"

A very teeny horror story.

You can read my flash fiction story for free.

Manifesto: UF

My short story, "Naked the Night Sings," is merely one of the many fine stories featured in Manifesto: UF, edited by Tim Marquitz and Tyson Mauermann, Angelic Knight Press, 2013.

From angels to vampires, dragons to wizards, Manifesto brings together twenty-three stories full of action, snark, and unadulterated badassery.

Featuring stories from Lucy A. Snyder, Jeff Salyards, William Meikle, Teresa Frohock, Zachary Jernigan, Betsy Dornbusch, Kirk Dougal, Karina Fabian, Adam Millard, Timothy Baker, Ryan Lawler, Andrew Moczulski, R.L. Treadway, Abhinav Jain, TSP Sweeney, Nickolas Sharps, Jonathan Pine, Kenny Soward, Joshua S. Hill, Jake Elliot, Lincoln Crisler, J.M. Martin, and Wilson Geiger.

The time has come to make a statement, to define a genre. This is our manifesto.


This was another story, whose title was attention-grabbing, plus it was written by Teresa Frohock and so I was assured of two things; elegant prose and dark settings. Not only does the author do her best in creating a rich, dark atmosphere but she also goes about creating admirable characters who leave you hooked onto the story. Another fine dark gem from an author who is fast becoming a solid favorite of mine. --Mihir Wanchoo, Fantasy Book Critic

From Teresa Frohock’s Naked the Night Sings, a hauntingly beautiful and unnerving story of the coming apocalypse, to Jeff Salyards’s sexually-charged Beneath a Scalding Moon, which has a little wordplay on the term “cougar,” to Zachary Jernigan’s I’m an Animal, You’re an Animal Too, which is amusing with its in-jokes and cameos, the stories in this collection are endlessly entertaining and full of creativity. -- Ria, Bibliotropic

Naked the Night Sings by Teresa Frohock, now, puts some real elements of horror into the story of a musician whose bargain is far more complicated than he suspects. It has a wonderful female character in opposition to her protagonist, and the writing at the sentence level is mesmerizing. -- Paul Weimer, SF Signal

Neverland's Library Fantasy Anthology 

My short story, "Love, Crystal and Stone," will appear in Neverland's Library Fantasy Anthology, edited by Roger Bellini, Ragnarok Publications (April 2014).

You can read an exclusive excerpt from "Love, Crystal and Stone" at Fantasy Book Critic.

Dragons, magic, princesses of mighty kingdoms: elements of fantasy which have carried on throughout the many ages, and yet, may one day be forgotten. Enter, and delve into the roots of fantasy, rediscovering the fantastic, and exploring lost worlds. This is storytelling at its best.

This collection of original works will take readers back to the moment when they first fell in love with the genre; featuring an introduction by Tad Williams and stories from writers across the spectrum such as: Mark Lawrence, Marie Brennan, Tim Marquitz, Kenny Soward, Stephen McQuiggan, William Meikle, Ian Creasey, Peter Rawlik, R.S. Belcher, Joseph Lallo, Jeffrey J. Mariotte and Marsheila Rockwell, Jeff Salyards, Miles Cameron, Keith Gouveia, Betsy Dornbusch, Brian Staveley, and Teresa Frohock.


Rady / Chapter 1 -- Rady is a serial horror novel that I wrote in conjunction with members of the Winston-Salem Writers. I wrote chapter one to kick the novel off and other members put their own spin on the tale as they continued the story. The project was loads of fun and the story took some really unexpected turns.