This is where the horror lives, there is some overlap with thrillers, but this is the next step up, with a little more ahhhh.
Hello Hello, the word of the week was blur and it got really weird. The word blur was used for something moving to fast to see, and this week is horror, with all the blood, gore, and implied murder that I could pack into six sentences. Don’t read if you are squeamish, and if you…Keep reading
Hello Hello, the word of the week is Mess, and this week I am using it in the cleaning up a mess sense of the word. Follow the story of Heidi, who hates the smell of bleach, and is cleaning up someone else’s mess. There is a lot implied here, but not much said outright,…Keep reading
This one is based on the weekly picture prompt from The Writer’s Mess below, and me watching the Mummy this weekend. It is exactly the dark wtf you are probably expecting from me, and I think it’s similar to something I have written prior, but cannot seem to find now. Anyways, see what happens when…Keep reading
Welcome to this weeks response to the Friday Picture prompt on The Writer’s Mess! With Halloween on the brain, and this weeks image being that of a full moon, it doesn’t take a genius to realise where this weeks prompt was heading. Follow the story of our narrator, who get’s in a car accident the…Keep reading
As you might have guessed this one was written for a Valentine’s Day challenge. It was to write a microfiction about Valentine’s day, and I chose to write this dark, gruesome, twisted love story. I couldn’t post it at the holiday due to contest rules, but it seemed that October would be a fitting home……Keep reading
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