Chemistry happens, in more ways than one, when trapped four hundred feet below the surface of the earth with an unthinkable evil clawing to escape.
Hell’s Womb, the birth of a plague. The death of a brother.
First, an introduction.
Hidely-ho, reader. I’m the writer best known as David Mark Brown and the infamous RedneckGranola. You may know me from such websites as www.thegreenporch.com or www.onetruepants. But currently you have stumbled upon my greatest achievement.
Reeferpunk is my self-created genre description (a sort of weird-Western, alternate history, 1920′s, humorous adventure thriller thing). Go here for more on that. These short stories take place in the same alternative history as the novels and sometimes involve major and/or minor characters. They are supplementary (but not necessary) to reading the novels and vice versa.
Join the Revolution!
No longer do good stories have to comply to the button-down world of publishing! You won’t find these bad boys behaving themselves under YA Paranormal or Mystery/Thrillers. Reeferpunk stories are written to blast apart retrictive confines of convention while still adhering to the classic elements of story-telling, the tried and true practices that carry us to the edge of of our seats, make us laugh and make us cry. I’m particularly fond of the characters that you will get to know and love over the next decade’s worth* of Reeferpunk.
*The first book will be cataclysmically good. The next three will be somehow even better. I’ll grow fat on my wealth of penny rolls (I like my money in shiny form) leading to a blase fifth book, then rebound for the sixth, seventh and eighth. The ninth will be a terrible attempt to take the characters into space on a diesel-powered locomotive (only read it if intoxicated). And blah, blah, blah.
Reading Hell’s Womb
Hell’s Womb is an origins story interwoven with a tale of twisted and broken love. Some of the characters you meet in this horror/suspense ditty will die gruesomely. Others will live gruesomely. While still others will simply live or die. It’s Aliens meets Pitch Black, but in 1919.
Divided into 12 sections that will reveal much and question more, Hell’s Womb aims to titillate, tease and freeze you with horror. So turn on the night light and enjoy the show!
- Scene One
- Scene two
- Scene three
- Scene four
- Scene five
- Scene six
- Scene seven
- Scene eight
- Scene nine
- Scene ten
- Scene eleven
- Scene twelve