Crimson Streets #1 — Out Now!

Crimson Streets was one of the first websites to feature my work, and they have been great to me, even when some of my stories didn’t work for their website.

Moving forward, they have released their first physical magazine, Crimson Streets #1: A Story A Week and Other Tales. It contains detective stories, weird tales, and nearly everything between the two. Moreover, it contains fantastic illustrations. (Also, contains my short story, “Confession.”)

It’s $15.99 USD, but it’s 304 pages long, so you definitely get your money’s worth. Purchase it on Amazon now!

Also make sure to check our their Facebook and Twitter!

Who Spoke on the Other Side set to release July 16, 2017!

My second book, Who Spoke on the Other Side, will release on July 16, 2017! It’s a collection of ten short stories, ranging from supernatural horror and cosmic horror. It’s roughly 206 pages long, and will published through Amazon on digital and physical format. The titles of each story will be provided at the bottom of this post.

On top of the release of the book, it will be sold at $0.99 for its first three days, and a giveaway through Goodreads and Amazon will be set up for digital and physical copies*!

Also, anyone wanting to review the book in exchange for a free digital copy, please contact me via email ( or Twitter (@micah_castle).

*amount of copies yet to be determined

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Writing Prompt #1 — Premature Sale

Before my first story of this new series, I’d like to explain it a little. When I’ve hit a road block with my current writing schedule, I write prompts over at /r/writingprompts. With these posts here, I plan on editing and re-posting the ones that get more than average attention, or ones that I personally enjoy. Without further adieu, here we go…

Prompt: You want to sell your soul to the devil, but you find out your parents already did when you were a baby. You must now sort it out with underworld collections.

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