Tom's books are now for sale on Amazon, and we've got tab for you on our home page! It's a direct link to Tom's Amazon Author Page! And Tom also has a listing on http://www.show-vendors.com! So even though the... Continue Reading →
Butter Bars By Thomas R Clark © 2020 By Thomas R. Clark All Rights Reserved. Don’t Pirate my free story, ya dirty bastards! A trio of soldiers in full battle dress, holding M4 Carbines, moves with precision... Continue Reading →
Want some free fiction from me? How about something you can play along with, too? The weekly #StitchedSaturday writing prompt and my flash piece, CROSSING THE LINE. Like it. Share it. #SpreadTheScares
Crossing the Line
By Thomas R Clark
Scatman sat in the shadows behind the police line, waiting for dinner to take itself out. The falling rain masked his breathing, and the stench of the place covered his own. You don’t shit where you eat, the old adage said. Unless your name is Scatman, in which case you eat where you shat.
For most people, some things are better left unseen by those possessing any moral compass. They’re the shit-stained skeletons in your closet. Like the bottom of a car, pitted and rusted. The interior of a septic tank filled with years of crap and piss. Or any of your relatives fucking. And then there’s the location of a murder, something altogether in a league of its own.
Despite the circumstances surrounding its inception, all murder scenes come to the same conclusion. They’re tantamount to a pile of crap. They’re wretched…
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I wrote this one for Project iRadio back when THE CONJURING 2 came to the big screen. It’s no secret how I feel about Ed and Lorraine Warren and their bullshit, #hacks. Ed was a sexual abuser and Lorraine was... Continue Reading →
The reboot of DC comics was hot when the New 52 came out, and led to big changes in the industry. One included the time ever the regular Batman title was drawn by a… GHAST… woman. Her name is Becky... Continue Reading →
Here's one of the few articles I published on Project iRadio's page during our tenure with the failed podcasting network. It a review/op-ed of the Tarzan film to come out that year. I got to talk to Joe R. Lansdale... Continue Reading →