The Elevator Story by BP Gregory

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Synopsis

A well heeled lady almost misses an elevator, but she will desperately wish that she had.

Short horror (2,803 words) The Elevator Story is a prime example that sometimes bad things happen for no reason.

The author was always fascinated by what could be contained in a brief moment. If you fancy something longer by BP Gregory try science fiction Automatons, horror Only Skin, or even a bunch of short stories mashed together in Cacophony.
 

About BP Gregory

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BP Gregory was always the sort of oddment who felt compelled to pick things apart, especially the most awful things; to justify why he might have said this, or she must have done that.Of her books, Automatons is intended for adult readers of apocalyptic disaster, allowing decently repressed behaviour to blossom rotten and rank. Written as a youthful love-tribute to the city and its surrounds, melancholic horror story Only Skin is BP Gregory's second published novel.BP Gregory's short piece What a View, a foray into the obsessive and dangerous world of billboard advertising, is available in print as part of Cardigan Press' wonderful collection All Change Please.For further information or content, including short stories to read for free, visit the house: http://www.popgoesthebrainstem.com.
 
Published February 3, 2013 15 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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