by J.W. Garrett Shana glanced upward. Bits of darkened sky lightened; daybreak wouldn’t be far behind. Her coffin’s comfort wasn’t far. She’d easily make it. But more than anything, Shana wanted to be a creature of the light. Instead, she lurked in gloom, syphoning from her prey, never to experience the radiance she yearned […]
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by J.W. Garrett A sticky red paste covered the cook who’d gone to whack off the heads of the three hens, his entrails now picked clean. But the trio was still hungry. Poking a path through the kitchen, the French hens searched for their own dinner on the third day of Christmas. Delicious aromas […]