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Chapter 5: Smiling Nightmares

The silence hid within me as the thunder filled the killer’s bus, and the lightning made terrible things out of the shadows, possibly illuminating the ghosts of victims still in the process of digestion, deep within the rusted bowels of the demon-machine. 872 more words

Dark Fiction

The "Work in Progress" Book Blog Tour!

The blog tour has some rules (which I will break), but just so you know:
Link back to the post of the person who nominated you… 1,584 more words

Dark Fiction

Twice Upon A Time Blog Tour: An Interview with Elizabeth J. Norton

CONTRARY to the title of this anthology, working with such a talented cast of writers is an opportunity that usually comes once in a lifetime. From best-selling to greenhorn, independent or traditionally-published, the authors in this anthology span all ranges in addition to spanning the globe—from England to Australia and all over the United States. 664 more words

Short Stories

4 Quirky Realities of Dark Fiction Writers

I write horror, or at least that’s what I’ve been working on when I’m not perfecting writing samples in the hopes of a job or writing on here. 724 more words

About Writing!

THREE WHITE LIGHTS by @CynicalMinion

 have you ever avoided thinking about something from inside your memories, because thinking of it as a general memory is so much safer?

“Waukesha has its share of impatient drivers. 1,183 more words

The Twisted Path Group

Children Need A Little Darkness

We live in an over protective society. There are no losers in sports. The grading system has been changed, in certain school districts, so that no child has to endure the shame of ‘Failure’.  346 more words