In Lee Ramsay’s debut publication, Wrinkles In Reality presents five short stories in which ordinary people must confront paranormal realities – and their own motives, fears, and conflicts. For some, the real monsters hide within; for others, the aberrations are all too real and dangerous.
Addiction – Trapped in his home by a severe snowstorm with nothing to occupy himself, Gerald confronts his demons while mourning the death of his wife.
Roach Motel – Among Maxwell Stevens’s biggest fears is being trapped in a hospital. Faced with that very scenario, he must face the horrors of his situation to determine what, if any, escape exists.
Revenge – Handsome, charming, and confident, Chase considers himself quite the ladies man with a sure way to get what he wants. When a woman from his deepest fantasy takes an interest, he finds himself facing more than he bargained for.
Halloway Man – When his father takes a job as the superintendent for a rural Wyoming school district, James is forced to adapt to an environment and culture alien to his Southern California upbringing – and face the truth a local legend the other kids call The Halloway Man.
Whispers In The Dark – When Ashlynn’s twin sister disappears from the rural town of Barkett, Maryland, she must dig into an unfinished manuscript to uncover clues to the cause. With parallels between the novel and reality too similar for coincidence, Ashlynn struggles to accept that the line between truth and fiction can sometimes blur.