Telecommuting

Working from home has its perks, being able to attend meetings in your pajamas chief among them. But when the house you occupy all day is empty – when the only voice you hear after work comes through television speakers, it can get a little old.

Unless you like it that way.

And Chris did like it that way

… until the whispering started.

Telecommuting is a modern psychological horror story set in what could be your town, your street, your house. The lyrical slow burn is subtle; the terror in this tale sneaks up on you before you know it.

“Powerfully frightening and relatable, a mirror in which it’s all too easy to see ourselves.”

-Michael G. Williams, author of “Perishables”

“TELECOMMUTING is a psychological slow burn. It’s a story for right now.” 

– Mother Horror

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