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The Ladies of Horror Flash Project - #Horror #author Lori Safranek @SafranekLori @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction

The Ladies of Horror

A Cop’s Wife
by Lori Safranek

Jack’s on duty again, but he’s a cop and I’m a cop’s wife so I don’t complain. 491 more words
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The Ladies of Horror Flash Project - #Horror #author M.L. Roos @Malina_Roos @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction

The Ladies of Horror

Hunted
by M.L. Roos

The rocks unwrapped themselves from the cold shrouds of the nebulous mist. Viktor watched it rise and nausea bubbled up his throat. 393 more words
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The Ladies of Horror Flash Project - #Horror #author Lisa Lane @LeighMLane @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction

The Ladies of Horror


Burning History
by Lisa Lane

 This has to be a joke, he’d thought when they’d apprehended him. There’s got to be some mistake… 539 more words
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The Ladies of Horror Flash Project - #Horror #author Jaime Johnesee @JaimeJohnesee @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction

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Fun with Ice and Thompson
by Jaime Johnesee

“Christ, Delaney, move!” Thompson pushed the boy out of the way as the ship hit another of the strange icy formations gathering in the sea. 432 more words
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The Ladies of Horror Flash Project - #Horror #author Stacey Turner @Spot_Speaks @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction

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Wolf Moon
by Stacey Turner

Draven pulled the collar of his pea coat up to block the bite of the wind. The fog hung heavy around him, nearly obscuring the moon above. 383 more words
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The Ladies of Horror Flash Project - #Horror #author Naching T. Kassa @NachingKassa @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction

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Blackstone Beach
by Naching T. Kassa

Billy Sharon looked out over Blackstone Beach and smiled. Dark cliffs and sea-polished obsidian delighted his eye, while a salty breeze tousled his hair. 439 more words
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The Ladies of Horror Flash Project - #Horror #author Mary Ann Peden-Coviello @MAPedenCoviello @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction

The Ladies of Horror

Ring of Fire
by Mary Ann Peden-Coviello

“You light a fire in my heart,” he said. That was how it started. And, oh, it was good. 450 more words
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