WiHM2017 Write Her Story – #Horror #author Melissa Lason @FiendBooks @Sotet_Angyal #WiHM8 @WiHMonth

Write Her Story


by Melissa Lason

Lilith held a glass of red wine and gazed into a floor length mirror. She toasted herself and winked at the seemingly young beautiful lady staring back at her. This night had been busy and filled with hard work. Even with all her magic and strength Lilith was tired and in need of a bit of relaxation. Good thing she was prepared for just that. Again she looked upon her lovely form. It made her giggle a bit to think how surprised her prey always were. She looked so dainty and sweet. The poor fools didn’t stand a chance. Her true self was something that was inconceivable to most.
Her servant called to the mistress that bath time was prepared. Lilith sighed and removed the red silk robe she had been wearing. The smooth fabric slid off her curves. From her lavish bathroom next door a terrified scream broke the air. Lilith grinned as large talons broke the skin of her fingers. The once sweet face she had been admiring now looked more like a jackal. She strode into the beautiful white room and stood before the large porcelain tub and the fool chained beside it. With the sight of  Lilith’s  true form the poor bastard screamed again and again. The vampire queen approached him. He was near fainting when the naked beast stood before him one large talon raised beside his throat.  “Bath time” Lilith growled and opened a large vein. The tub began to collect the red steaming pools of blood and the ancient lady eased into it, achieving the relaxation she sought.
Fiction © Copyright Melissa Lason
Image courtesy of Pixabay.com Artist: Mystic Art Design


More from Melissa Lason:

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Xibalba, home of torture and sacrifice, is the kingdom of the lord of death. He stalked the night in the guise of a putrefied corpse, with the head of an owl and adorned with a necklace of disembodied eyes that hung from nerve cords. He commanded legions of shapeshifting creatures, spectral shamans, and corpses hungry for the flesh of the living. The Mayans feared him and his realm of horror. He sat atop his pyramid temple surrounded by his demon kings and demanded sacrifices of blood and beating hearts as tribute to him and his ghostly world.

These legends, along with those that lived in fear of them, have been dead and gone for centuries. Yet now, a doorway has been opened in Georgia. A group of college students seek their missing professor, a man who has secretly uncovered the answer to one of history’s greatest mysteries. However, what they find is more than the evidence of a hidden civilization. It’s also a gateway to a world of living nightmares.

Available on Amazon!



Stop by my other blogs for more Women in Horror Month content!
Sotet Angyal, The Dark Angel – Dark emotive flash fiction written by me.
The Road to Nowhere – Horror movie picks staring strong leading ladies.

And don’t forget to visit the Women in Horror Month official web site
for more great 
WiHM8 events and posts!

About Nina D'Arcangela

Nina D’Arcangela is a quirky horror writer who likes to spin soul rending snippets of despair. She reads anything from splatter matter to dark matter. She's an UrbEx adventurer who suffers from unquenchable wanderlust. She loves to photograph abandoned places, bits of decay and old grave yards. Nina is a co-owner of Sirens Call Publications, a co-founder of the horror writer's group 'Pen of the Damned', and if that isn't enough, put a check mark in the box next to owner and resident nut-job of Dark Angel Photography.
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2 Responses to WiHM2017 Write Her Story – #Horror #author Melissa Lason @FiendBooks @Sotet_Angyal #WiHM8 @WiHMonth

  1. adeleulnais says:

    Lillith has fascinated me for as long as I can remember. The novel I started for the November write has Lillith as one of the main characters but Lillith with a twist.

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