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.

“Telecommuting is a prescient, chilling exploration of contemporary isolation from each other, from our hopes and dreams. Suspenseful and gripping, L. Marie Wood crafts psychological horror you can’t put down!”

John Edward Lawson, author of Bibliophobia

“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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