Five Flash Fiction horror pieces, all under 1000 words.
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Each piece also includes a brief afterword from the author with a bit of background on where he got the idea for the story.
A little insight into the life and mind of a horror writer.
Approx. 7000 words (roughly 28 pages)
- "The Professional Crier"
The tears of high school outcast Penny Circe can bring back the dead. At least temporarily.
- "I Spy With My Little Eye"
Anthony Monsano has gone through hell to finally find himself in possession of the round box. The question is, what’s inside?
- "Run, Rabbit. Run."
Pete Cantrell hates jackrabbits. Unfortunately, his home is surrounded by them. And something else as well.
- "The Death He Expected"
A group of boys on a midnight, full moon trip to an Indian burial site get more than just a practical joke.
- "Another Oldie But Goodie"
Retirement home resident Margaret Daniels is hearing music that no one else can hear, a song she hasn’t heard in almost 50 years.