Sparks of Insanity

Haphazard Explorations & Experiments In Fiction

Monstrous Souls

Coalescence (A Table of Contents)

This indexes a collection of stories centering around or involving individuals with monstrous souls. Their vocation is usually killing – whatever the reasons may be in a given instance, whether for duty, profit, or fun. The stories indexed here will (at first) have no real rhyme or reason to their order and may range from semi-lengthy to extremely short.

Not very many of these writings directly tie into one another, but some do. Some build onto each other, or else relate in less direct ways. Here, they might coalesce into some kind of order… or not. We’ll see.

J.S.
(One Man Wasteland)(Shh…)(Reflections)
(Danny Boy)(Killing Sunshine) ♦ (Ka-Boom)
(Soul for Sale)(Dope Fiend)

Merle Jensen
(Indiscriminate)(No Reason)(Nightly Wanderings)

Unknown
(Murderous)

Samuel Mercer
(The Refugees)

Unknown II
(Lock & Key)

James Barret’s Journal
(What Comes First)(These Are My Passions)(The Urge)

Henry Morrison
(Hair of the Dog)

Darren Lieber
(The Daily Grind) (Premeditation)

Gabriel Merkete
(Psycho Wants to See You Bleed)(The Demon’s Dreaming)

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