I’d love to hear from you. Ask, query, complain, and berate away. If you’re interested in the password to certain in progress stories, see here.
I am always interested in discussing contract work, collaborations, or any other ideas.
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First of all, I have just finished reading your story, “Exit,” And the follow-up, “Roadwork,” And wanted to say that you’re a brilliant horror writer! I’ve been reading through creepy pasta for about a month now and I’ve been thinking of writing something of my own.. I used to TRY to write novels when I was younger but could never finish any of them because, quite frankly, I’d get bored with all of the descriptions of the scenery or people. Anyway, if you wouldn’t mind taking the time to share them, do you have any tips for me as far as writing out my first pasta goes? If so, I haven’t got a creepypasta account, but I check the e-mail that I’ve entered into the details of this reply regularly. Thanks for taking the time to read, and hopefully respond!
Hey Austin, I’m sending you an email now.
I’m a big fan of your work. I’ve enjoyed each story I read immensely. In a world full of uninspired crappypasta and limp horror, I find your voice incredibly refreshing.
I wanted to ask: what do you think of someone recording a reading of one of your stories to share with others on YouTube? There’s a small but thriving subculture of narrators there. The overwhelming majority of stories you’ll find are your standard run-of-the-mill creepypasta fare and I think your work would help elevate the quality of storytelling.
I would be humbled for the opportunity to narrate one of your stories.
I’ll write you back directly, but in general, I am quite okay with people posting a reading of any of the non-password protected stories, although I prefer that people contact me first. Which you just did, so thank you!
Psst. Check your email. It’s done!
Hey, I am looking for a specific story that I am pretty sure you wrote. It’s about a guy who has a brother that dies and goes back to the town he was raised in, for the funeral and sees a ghost of his brother when he was very young. Any help would be awesome.
Hey Daniel, I somehow missed this comment earlier… did you get your answer? That story is “Shiva” and is now available in the first issue of Jamais Vu Journal.
Hiya, I believe I read the full story, Shiva, many years ago. I really loved it and wanted to reread it but I can’t seem to find it anywhere online. Is it possible to get it from you?
Hello Tor, drop me an email!
I never contact people like this. I love creepypastas but most are pretty poorly written. Your’s are very very good. I don’t feel like I’m reading a creepypasta when I read your writings, I feel like I’m reading a pro. Huge fan. Love your stories. “East” was particularly amazing. I searched all over for a part 2, but alas I didn’t find one hahaha. Truly, everything I’ve read of your’s has been thoroughly enjoyed. Thank you.
Phil, I think that “I wish there was a Part II” might be the best compliment I’ve ever gotten. Thank you.
You’re very welcome. I read “Dust” a while ago and remembered it being better than every other creepypasta I read. Then today I was bored at work so I looked it up and searched “Josef K”. Read everything I could find. And yeah, I absolutely loved “East”. Definitely made me want to know what happened when (if?) they made it all the way around to the other side of the Storm.
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My name’s Trevor and your dad said that you could give me some tips on writing and other things. The Tomb Raider game was pretty cool too. I’ll leave my email down below.
Hey Trevor, I’ll drop you a line!