“Her Songs” (flash fiction)

I once tried my hand at something sentimental and romantic, without the dark undertones I am normally fond of... "The music started and her eyes closed, her movements short but sure. She tossed her hair to the side, a smile crawling across her lips. Within the sounds, she became enthralled. Within the verses, she found … Continue reading “Her Songs” (flash fiction)

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"If Stephen King and Jim Butcher ever had a love child then it would be Alan Baxter."- Smash Dragons Once October obligations are handled, will read these and review next month.

ANNIVERSARY

Harry knew that, the minute he had laid eyes on Sally, that she was one of a kind. That pale skin. Her hair falling in waves. She was gorgeous, no doubt. Wide eyes that hinted at things he needed from her. That strange smile, a bit crooked, as if trying to hide it from him … Continue reading ANNIVERSARY

An Excerpt from John Ajvide Lindqvist’s “Let the Right One In” (Låt den rätte komma in)

    " He stopped when he saw a tear come out of the corner of one of Eli's eyes; no, one in each eye. But it wasn't a tear, since it was dark. The skin in Eli's face started to flush, became pink, red, wine-red, and her hands tightened into fists as the pores … Continue reading An Excerpt from John Ajvide Lindqvist’s “Let the Right One In” (Låt den rätte komma in)

Shining In The Dark: Celebrating Twenty Years of Lilja’s Library!: Edited By Hans-Åke Lilja (Review)

Collections like this can be a mixed bag- some collections nail diversity, sacrificing quality. Some try to keep a common theme running throughout. Some take an offhanded approach, tossing them together for the sake of collecting. There is part of me that struggles how to categorize this collection easily. I guess I won’t bother. I’ll … Continue reading Shining In The Dark: Celebrating Twenty Years of Lilja’s Library!: Edited By Hans-Åke Lilja (Review)