Late night, a laundromat, and a man with a secret about to burst.
Inner Demon’s polished cover art promised a prize inside but like any Cracker Jack box in the last few decades held only disappointment. More prologue than a full fledged story. Just a glimpse at Stan and his struggle before it’s over. If you’re only looking for a taste of taut imagery, it might satisfy your hunger. At most, you’ll lose about five minutes. Here’s hoping the author see fit to flesh this tale out in the future.
Inner Demon is available on Amazon, along with a handful of J. Clisham’s other short stories. We are not aware of any social media accounts for Mr. Clisham at this time, but will update this post if we are made aware of one.
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