Jeff Chapman

Jeff Chapman writes software by day and speculative fiction when he should be sleeping. His works range from fantasy to ghost stories and have appeared in various anthologies and online publications. He lives with his wife, children, and cat in a house with more books than bookshelf space. You can find him musing about words and fiction at

Author's Other Works

Avenir Eclectia: Volume 1, Splashdown Books, 2012.

Tales of Woe and Wonder, Kindle Edition, Amazon Digital Services, 2012.

"Good King David" forthcoming in King David & the Spiders from Mars: More Tales of Biblical Terror, Dybbuk Press, 2013.

"Morphine and Chocolate" forthcoming in The Midnight Diner Volume 4: Wastelands Under the Sun, ccPublishing, 2013.

"Sixpence and Rye and a Snake in a Pie" in Father Grim's Storybook, Wicked East Press, 2012.

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Paranormal Ghost Story

An accident on a lonely highway brings a young travelling salesman face-to-face with a dark secret from his father’s past.



On the Altar


A kidnapping stuns the president’s family and threatens to destroy a father and daughter divided over duty, loyalty, and self-preservation.







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"I am not even sure where to begin with this one, so this might just be a bit of a ramble because there is soooo much in my head with both this book and these characters!!!  All i can say is  .. YOU HAVE TO READ IT!!"

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"...this book is perfect for the younger crowd. It gives them the fantasy of a fairytale, the elements of a mystery and just enough of a love story not to "gross them out""

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