Adam’s short stories cross multiple genres, including sci-fi, horror and romantic comedy. And you can read them all for free! Click the covers below to get reading!
For years, underground street artist Ignatius has dodged surveillance cameras to spray-paint a dissident symbol: a dark visage with fiery eyes. Dissatisfied with his impact on the totalitarian country he calls home, Iggy sets his sights on tagging the most important government building in the nation. But will the soldiers of the Guard let him get away with it?
“Smokers Corner” is a short romantic comedy about two workers from different companies who hit it off one morning outside their office building.
What if a stranger took over the part of your best friend? In “Life Trade,” a would-be screenwriter seeks answers after his buddy is replaced by a stranger. He discovers a matching website for people who want to trade places.
In the surreal style of Her and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, this short story imagines a possible future for technology — a revolutionary online matchmaking service that can help an unhappy person find a fresh start in the life of someone else.
One of Adam’s earliest works, “The Roommate” is a humorous mystery/horror tale of a college student who suspects his roommate of murder. If you’ve ever been assigned to live with someone in a dorm, you may relate.