Hey! It has been a while, however I’m writing as always. My newest story ‘Solitude’ has been accepted in the latest EZine from Sirens Call Publications! It will be available for free, with more details coming soon. Currently, I’m working on my first novella titled ‘Eat Fresh’ and liking what’s coming from it so far; only time and God will tell what will come of it but I’m enjoying the process anyway. 🙂

Writing Contest Runner Up #4 – The Return by @TabiCat90

Check out my story “The Return”, an interesting take on cursed love that was featured in a writing contest courtesy of Shondra Brock! 🙂

Shonda Brock Paranormal Romance Author

Cursed Love 4

It’s time to announce the Cursed Love Flash Fiction Writing Contest results.
Congratulations #4, The Return by Tabitha Thompson!

By: Tabitha Thompson

She stood in front of my door, staring and smiling at me with a horrifying grin. I was no longer looking at my wife Kasie, but at a stranger. Her once radiant and glowing body had turned gruesome and rotted. This was not what I signed up for when I started this love spell, somehow the spell backfired. “This can not be. Something must’ve went completely wrong.” “Nothing went wrong sweetie,” Kasie replied “See for yourself.”

Once I reached the bathroom, I couldn’t believe the man that was staring back. I was completely unrecognizable. Although I felt physically fine, my looks told a completely different story. My flesh was gruesome and rotted, with a slight poke it was falling off the bone; my eyes were sinking inside my…

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Book Review: Black Magic Women

Black Magic Women : Review of an Anthology of Horror

by James Goodridge

Mystical is how I like to label profound work and that’s how I label the work between the covers of Black Magic Women: Terrifying Tales by Scary Sisters, an anthology of well-crafted horror stories by a congress of well-established and up and coming group of women of color.

In recent years there has been a emergence or reemergence of black speculative fiction parallel to the Afro-futurist movement (I took the red pill and have been a creative member since 2013). This anthology will for years to come, be an important must-have book documenting the era.

A labor of love, the anthology is edited and curated by Sumiko Saulson and proof read by Jessica Glanville with contributions by: Valjeanne Jeffers, Kamika Aziza, Crystal Connor, Davida Green Norris, Nina Polina, Nuzo Onoh, Delizhia Jenkins, LH Moore, Kenya Moss-Dyme, Lori…

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