Prompt: “No, I said we were safer, not safe.”
Prompt: With a large birthmark and an old antiquated family name, her bullies were vicious. Her mom was getting more depressed, her dad more violent. That’s when, in line with the rest of her tragedy, a grotesque monster came out from under her bed. To her surprise, however, it had come to help.
Prompt: The moon shines brightly in the sky, illuminating the shore around you. The scent of the sea and sand, along with the rush of the waves and the taste of salt fill your senses to the brim. Moving your body, you take your first step forwards.
With the new year, I will be posting a monthly “Books Read” on the first day of the following month (ex. January’s will be posted on February 1st). I’ll give my brief thoughts on the book, and if I really enjoyed it, it’ll likely be given a Book Spotlight post soon thereafter.
Prompt: You’re a lawyer-wizard who gives objects temporary sentience so they can defend themselves from asset forfeiture.
Prompt: You hide in the shed, feeling your body quickly transforming, becoming alien, yet familiar at the same time. You knew this was going to happen. You agreed to it. But still, you feel like you’re abandoning your real species…
Prompt: All the buried bodies of the deceased slowly sink to the center of the earth and form a large monster that emerges once every year. It gets stronger for every body it adds to itself and it hunts those who have disrespect the dead.
Prompt: A demon was sent to send you to hell disguised as your dog, but it turns out he likes being a dog.
KJK Publishing’s 100 Word Horror: Book 4: An Anthology of Horror Drabbles is out now! It includes my very short horror story, “Inescapable End.”
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I am now accepting beta readers for my Lovecraftian crime novel (novella? novelette? Around 48K words), No-Eyed Girls (title may change) between January 2nd, 2020 and January 16, 2020.
Without giving too much away, its from the POV of both the protagonist and antagonist, and it’s divided into three sections. The book that I could say it’s similar to would be 14 by Peter Clines. So, if you enjoyed that book, or are you into Lovecraftian horror or detective/crime stories, you may enjoy No-Eyed Girls.
Those are chosen to beta reader will have their name listed under the “thanks to”/”acknowledgements” in the book once published.
If you’re interested, please send an email to email@example.com with your preferred digital format (ePub, .mobi, etc)!