Daniel Charles Wild
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About Daniel Charles Wild
Daniel Charles Wild is the author of Little People: A Fantasy Story About Fathers, Sons, And Monsters, Horrible Writing: 10 Horror Stories You Probably Shouldn't Read, and Stories For Imaginary Friends: 50 Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi Stories, And Essays. He also writes fantasy, sci-fi, and horror stories under the pseudonym Becauseisaidsotoo that have been shared widely online, translated into multiple languages, and made into over 60 multimedia productions which can be found on YouTube, SoundCloud, iTunes, and Spotify.
Titles By Daniel Charles Wild
What do imaginary friends want from us? What does a time traveler regret? How do you befriend an alien who wants to love you? What happens when beloved heroes become tarnished? Author Daniel Charles Wild answers these questions and more in this collection of stories and essays spanning fantasy, horror, science fiction, and beyond.
These stories are all over the place, literally. First appearing online under a pseudonym, many were recorded by voiceover artists and online narrators, and a few were translated into other languages. Now readers can enjoy them in this new collection, available for the first time in this arrangement, as the author’s dark gift to you.
This book is a real grab-bag, one that grabs back. It’s a delicious salad, and on top is a bloody finger wearing a diamond ring—which is to say, it’s gross, it’s beautiful, and it’s pointed right at you. So take a chance. Dig in. If you do, you’ll be horrified, delighted, and touched.
I’ve edited and collected the most horrible of the stories here. You probably shouldn’t read these; they aren’t good for you. Still, I enjoyed writing them, and lots of people enjoyed reading them. You might too.
They are about horrible things that happened and might yet happen. Upsetting things like rewatching movies we’ve all seen, what happens when we’re sleeping, the horror of falling in love, and national monuments behaving badly. Creepy stories about things that happen at coffee shops, a strange flu, and a dog that wants so badly to be good. Disturbing things like the choices we make together, an informercial for a thing you may not want, and to end it all—a caricaturist’s love note to you, and you, and you. All awful, unbearable things. Don’t say you weren’t warned.
They are desperate for help and claim that their world is in terrible danger. Their sun has been out for a week, the train has stopped running, and an unstoppable monster from the outside world has gotten into the basement.
This is a wild adventure that may or may not be true about a son’s discovery of and quest to save the hidden world his mysterious father left behind.