Crime Binger, Book 1

Book Cover: Kill Kit Killers - Crimebinger Book 1
Part of the CrimeBinger series:
  • Kill Kit Killers - Crimebinger Book 1

Murder comes in a variety of types, but some of the most heinous are those that are prepared for.
Whether one off or part of a mass killing or serial killing, mass shootings and murders with Kill Kits are planned, plotted and designed.
In this book, we examine some famous and not so famous kill kit killers, looking at ten of these people, and the aftermath of their actions.

The ten featured killers are:

  • BTK - Dennis Rader terrorised people in Wichita Kansas, and took over 30 years to be caught.
  • Ted Bundy - Ted Bundy is a notorious serial killer, charismatic, intelligent and deadly.
  • Israel Keys
  • Colin Ireland
  • Andrei Chikatilo
  • Albert FIsh
  • Gabriel Rolling
  • Darren Deon Vann
  • Steve Pennell
  • William Devin Howell
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A reader magnet from Menento Mori

Book Cover: *Footnotes to a Lesson by Sabrann Curach
Part of the Reader Magents series:
  • *Footnotes to a Lesson by Sabrann Curach

Post-apocalypse, zombies have now been put down and the human race is rebuilding. The last exhibit of that horrible time tells her story.
A tale of betrayal, lost love and a world after the plague.

This book will be available on my newsletter on or before July 1st. After July 1st, you can sign up via StoryOrigin for your copy!

Book Cover: ...And miles to go Before I Sleep
Editions:Kindle

Trigger warnings on the contents of this book as it's an honest and raw view of mental health.

A collection of essays on the lockdown, psychosis, mental health and wellness, creativity, and the reasons suicide can't be the answer.
A poignant, raw and heartfelt look at the modern state of mental health stigma, and support, the essays touch on everything from living with mental health, the changes in diagnosis criteria, psychosis and dealing with everything surrounding it.

Kai breaks down the collection into four sections, based around the final verse of "Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert Frost.

These essays and short stories by D Kai Wilson-Viola touch on some of what it is to live with mental health issues in a world that seems to want to help and punish in equal measure.  The essays are broken loosely into four parts.

The woods are lovely, dark and deep - part 1
The nature of living with anxiety in a world that's speeding up, and how embracing it isn't always as easy as it seems.
But I have promises to keep - Part 2
Societal discussions and expectations around mental health and 'failure'
And miles to go before I sleep - Part 3
Treatments, insomnia and more
And miles to go before I sleep - Part 4
Advocacy, art, honesty, passive suicide and more.