For class, I had the task of writing a monologue. But as an avid horror fan, I went off the rails. That’s how sororicide happened. Writing horror serves as an outlet for me, to create a world where this fictional horror is the only scary thing in the world.
All You Bleed is Love
In this collection, various haunting tales explore the intersection of horror and our closest, most loving relationships—both familial and romantic. What does love look like when it is tested by jealousy, or desire, or the supernatural? Which force is more powerful—love or darkness? Perhaps they are two sides of the same coin, and more closely related than we tend to acknowledge.
The story of a woman who is willing to ignore many things for her love.
If You’d Only Let Me In By Melanie Santiago Everyone tells Lucia she needs help, so she goes to an esteemed counseling center. Despite wanting to open up, the scars…
Broken family ties and ominous crows haunt Jo as she faces the dangers of the forest.
The newspapers called them “a monstrosity,” “sent from the devil himself,” “a burden to a mother.” But Judith just saw her twin sisters and a future where only one of them would survive.