As soon as Anita got home, she changed her clothes and brushed her teeth. Charlie would be home soon, and he could smell cigarette smoke from a mile away. She grabbed the ends of her long black hair and breathed in the scent. “Fuck it,” she said. “Once he hears about the Ys, he’ll want a smoke himself.” She was supposed to have quit, but she still snuck a few on particularly hard days. Today was definitely one of those days. Read the rest of this entry →
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This is the second chapter in a series co-written by misslinda and Chillbear Latrigue. To read the first chapter, click here. © 2012 misslinda and Chillbear Latrigue.
Nick Moore dragged a one hundred pound bag of feed to the trough. He had another four hours until the Y-Workers returned to the warehouse, but the slurry needed time to thicken. When the feed didn’t sit long enough, it ran right through them. Nick learned this the hard way and never made that mistake again. Read the rest of this entry →
October 29, 2010 in Scary!
Approximately a year ago—give or take a day—a Facebook argument ensued between two of my lifelong friends, Greyson Stone and Thor Youngblood, about which was the greater threat: Werewolves or Zombies. A scientific analysis using five key indicators was conducted resulting in one of the most controversial decisions in Deadliest Monster history. Werewolves slightly edged out Zombies in a 26 to 24 point upset.