Jodie Angell grew up in South Wales, United Kingdom. She started writing at the age of eleven, entering children’s anthologies. Not long after, she created a profile on Movellas where she attracted over 40,000 reads on her most popular short story. She wrote her first novel when she was fourteen and went on to write five more by the age of twenty-four. Her first book, an adult High Fantasy, is signed with Champagne Book Group.
Jodie explores all genres, writing whatever–and whenever–she feels inspired.
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Joe’s Bar/by S. Jade Path
by Jodie Angell Joe’s Bar had changed considerably since the zombie apocalypse first broke out. He’d learned rather quickly that there was a shift in the market—instead of Sex on the Beach, mojitos, and piña coladas, his menu offered a variety of Molotov cocktails. He grabbed his firebombs from behind the bar and positioned […]
For You/by S. Jade Path
by Jodie Angell Eyeing the blue pills in front of her, Faye grinned. She knew what it would do to her—unleash a feral ferocity buried deep within her. That was exactly what her lover, Klaus, desperately desired. “For you, my love.” She popped the tablet into her mouth, then swallowed. Her round eyes glowed […]
Mercy’s Harp/by Black Hare Press
by Jodie Angell Mercy’s fingers plucked the harp strings, sensing the nearby souls in their final moments before death. She overlooked the man, unconscious in his armchair. The room filled with graceful harmony, and the music rose to a crescendo. A tear rolled from her eyes as a final breath escaped his mouth. A […]
St. Mary’s Hospital for Insane/by Black Hare Press
by Jodie Angell Souls never leave St Mary’s Hospital for Insane. They wander the hallways, linger in the mirrors for too long, and hide in the walls. Their screams still echo against the high stone pillars. Two-hundred dead still roam the grounds, eternally searching for peace that won’t come. A broken doll lies on […]
Bartender Lobotomist/by Black Hare Press
by Jodie Angell A sharp wind whistled through the forest. The abandoned bar’s shutters rattled. Leaves fluttered through the open door to join the broken glass. Fluorescent light flickered. A blown transformer snuffed the last of the light. The bartender downed a shot of Tequila, then descended into the cellar; her makeshift practise. She […]
Jodie Angell/by Black Hare Press
Jodie Angell grew up in South Wales, United Kingdom. She started writing at the age of eleven, entering children’s anthologies.
WAR/by Black Hare Press