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Ladies of Horror Flash Project - #Horror #author Selah Janel @SelahJanel @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction

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Thirsty
by Selah Janel

It was the rule of solitary desert travel: don’t leave the vehicle. Still, he couldn’t resist. 575 more words
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Ladies of Horror Flash Project - #Horror #author Lydia Prime @ehhrinprime @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction

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4089: Croatoan
by Lydia Prime

They thought they’d found it. The miracle ‘cure’. The final solution! I don’t know who’ll get this, but I think it should be sent… Maybe if this makes it further than myself, the next ones – they can be ready. 583 more words
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Colours

Gael sat scribbling in his journal, one fine day in the park. He glanced up at the white sunrays falling on his book, emanating from the black giant star that he had studied was actually yellow. 1,589 more words

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Ladies of Horror Flash Project - #Horror #author Julianne Snow @CdnZmbiRytr @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction

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The Ultimate Destruction
by Julianne Snow

He must make a decision even though it is hard. To kill his darlings, the ones he nurtured and brought to their pinnacle, is a task no Creator wants. 207 more words
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Killing Off Characters - 10 Tips for Committing Fictional Murder

So, time to discuss death: Character death, that is.

Here are 10 points to consider, when it comes to killing off your fictional people. Whether you love or hate this aspect of storytelling, it’s something that we have to deal with, as writers: that sometimes our “babies” need to die. 805 more words

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Tom Sweterlitsch - The Gone World Review

Review copy provided in exchange for an honest review

As an avid reader and someone who can’t resist looking for that next great read, even when I’m buried by my tbr list, I am always scanning Goodreads, NetGalley, and now Edelweiss. 682 more words

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Home to Roost by Chauncey Rogers

To start, I’d like to thank Chauncey for being a trooper as I basically harassed him via Twitter while reading this.  I typically hang with the fam during the week and read heavily on the weekends, so I may have been a little overzealous with my excitement of spreading a book over a few days. 910 more words

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