Archive Monthly Archives: November 2016

Cyber Monday

If you’d like another chance to get my short horror story collection Pocket Wilderness & Other Horrors¬†on Amazon for FREE, well, you’re in luck.

On Cyber Monday, I’ll be running another sale and it will be FREE again for you to download to your Kindle.


Click Here for the Amazon Page


Two brothers hike the Appalachian woods, stalked by men with brutal intentions. A man wakes up in a car trunk with temporary memory loss. A loner sees a monster in the theater seats. A Claims Analyst discovers he isn’t alone in his hotel room.

A collection of four horror stories, Pocket Wilderness & Other Horrors tells the tale of men who must step outside their shell, face their fears, and find out who they really are. But no matter how hard they fight, can they survive the horrors that surround them?

Happy Thanksgiving!

It’s really easy for me to get tunnel vision looking toward the future, toward progress, rather than taking a breath and being in the here and now. How quickly those ambitions turn to greed, and greed unfulfilled only leads to anxiety and fear. That’s not how I want to live my life constantly in fear and agony over my goals.

So for today and for every day I will be thankful for what I have, use the blessings I have to the best of my ability, and spurn greed and anxiety like the plague.

I hope you all have a Happy Thanksgiving.


Short Story – Water


What’s Thanksgiving without a little reading material to pass the time while you’re patiently waiting for food? I can’t think of a Thanksgiving where I haven’t sat down for a little bit and read something on the couch with the wonderful smell of turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie filling up the house. This story came to me fairly recently and it is loosely based on true events. I will warn it is in many ways a horror, and it’s also rather disgusting. So, if you are faint of heart or have a weak stomach, perhaps consider reading this another day.

If you would rather read this in PDF format, you can download the copy here.





by Jason Ingolfsland

All Rights Reserved.


Charlotte had to get it right, and on her first trip out to the grocery store she spent an hour standing in front of the turkeys, trying to decide on the size and brand. She waffled over a 12 pound or a 16 pound stressing over how it looked, and if it would feed everyone. She had to get it right.

So she erred on the side of caution and chose the 16 pound.

Her in-laws and extended family were coming over for Thanksgiving and it was the first time she and her husband Eric hosted.