V.P. Morris is a thriller/horror writer with a love of all things dark and strange. She currently has one completed manuscript and is starting her second novel. She has lived in California, Arizona, Oregon, and New York City but currently resides in Connecticut with her husband, Aaron and her hound dog, Oscar.

Read her super short story, A Detective's Blunder published by 121 Words.

Read her short story, Bloodsuckers published by The Drunken Pen as well as an interview with V.P. Morris about this story.

Bloodsuckers won a first place award in a writing contest hosted by the Connecticut Press Club. Winners List (see page 3). 


V.P. Morris is also a National Federation of Press Women Communication Contest Winner with her story, Bloodsuckers receiving Honorable Mention in 2018.  

Her short story, Nature is Cruel But So Am I will be featured on the podcast, Stories of Yore and Yours in early 2019.

Read her various posts on the horror genre at Nightmare on Film Street. 

She was featured as part of Women in Horror Month on the Horror Tree in February 2018.