Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Sue Renol @Darc_Nina #LoH #fiction

The Ladies of Horror
Picture-Prompt Writing Challenge!

Donors
by Sue Renol

A selectively curated collection stands atop my altar. A memory from here, a memento from there—all meaningful in their origin, and their final destination. Each was placed with care; with the utmost delicacy they were arranged exactly how I view perfection. Those that offered these trinkets will never be forgotten. They’ll live with me as long as my life will allow. Each gifted their most precious items without knowledge, without will. But their sacrifice will not be in vain. They’re viewed with love and affection each day by my eyes, the last eyes each unwilling donor would ever see.

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Wicked Deeds: Witches, Warlocks, Demons and Other Evil Doer’s

Sometimes wicked people do wicked things simply because they can… The twelve stories in Wicked Deeds tell tales of witches and warlocks with ill intent, devilish demons bent on destruction, and other doers of evil who make the world a terrifying place. What is a mother to do when her daughter is gifted but lives under the thumb of her fanatical preacher husband who will brook no talk of the supernatural? What of a demon so desperate to free himself of a trap that he will force another to repeat his atrocities and condemn a young boy to his demonic fate? Or maybe the story of a crotchety old witch with a score to settle against the town she lives in is more to your liking – what evil will the seemingly harmless town-crazy call upon when faced with an ultimatum? If you’re looking for wicked people with supernatural abilities doing wicked things, this is the collection for you!

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2 Responses to Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Sue Renol @Darc_Nina #LoH #fiction

  1. Marge Simon says:

    Fits the prompt so well!

  2. Nice creepfest here – a real feat in so few words – great interpretation of the prompt.

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