Plaything by C. Dennis Moore

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Philip Gordon is having a long, tiring night at work. But it only gets worse when he looks up from the break room table to see himself walking into the room. Horror author C. Dennis Moore’s “Plaything” is a story that delves into the question of identity and memory. How do we know we are who we think we are? How are memories made? And how can we even begin to trust them? This TERRIBLE THRILLS sampler is backed with the short story “Parliament of Jim” which goes even further into the question of identity when Jim wakes up one morning to find himself blind and paralyzed, a consciousness stuck inside an unresponsive body as he is subjected to a trial by the different parts of himself which insist Jim has been doing a horrible job taking care of them and it’s time for someone new to be in charge.
 

About C. Dennis Moore

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C. Dennis Moore is the author of over 60 published short stories and novellas in the speculative fiction genre. Most recent appearances were in the Absent Willow Review's Best of 2009 anthology, as well as the Vile Things anthology, the first issue of Death Rattle Magazine, Fiction365.com, Dark Highlands 2 and in What Fears Become. Future work will be appearing in Our Haunted World. His novels are Revelations (available in hardcover, trade paperback or ebook formats from Necro Publications) and The Third Floor.
 
Published August 13, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 34 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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