Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Terrie Leigh Relf @TLRelf @darc_nina #LoH #fiction

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Grandpa’s Dark Sedan 
by Terrie Leigh Relf

She was sleek, and yes, she was deadly. Cliched? Yes, but you didn’t know her like we did. Her curious exterior pulsed with sinister light, but her interior belied an evil purpose: Her leather seats were warm and welcoming, her radio played just what we wanted to hear, and her interior lights were soothing. What we least expected but brought us joy, was how she shared stories of the past and futures yet to come. It was as if she knew we were next in line now that Grandpa’s  in the family mausoleum. 

            a familiar

            to guide us

            welcome inheritance



More from author Terrie Leigh Relf:

The Sisterhood of the Blood Moon

For thousands of Earth years, the Transgalactic Consortium has had a quiet interest in this planet and its inhabitants, the Haurans. While the Sisterhood of the Blood Moon works together with the Consortium and Haurans to maintain balance in the universe, the Blood Moon is fast approaching. The power of this moon reveals untold secrets . . . including a sacred covenant with the Mora Spiders. There is an ancient pact that needs to be honored—but at what cost and for whose purpose? The world may come to an end. But will there be a chance for a new beginning?

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4 Responses to Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Terrie Leigh Relf @TLRelf @darc_nina #LoH #fiction

  1. Marge Simon says:

    Coolest of flash fictions! Bravo, Terrie Leigh Relf!

  2. afstewart says:


  3. Melissa Mendelson says:

    The details truly paint a vivid image, and I love the line of sharing stories from past and futures.

  4. Really enjoyed the haibun (is that the right word?) structure – works so well for this tightly woven tale.

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