Hello, blog followers! Do I still have any? I haven’t posted since March 30th. Oops. I’ve been a bit more focused on the world falling apart thanks to the carona virus than remembering to update this thing.
I do have some good news though. Since I have to stay home except for going to work and getting food, I have managed to write more this month. In fact, I’m here today to share a bit about my two newest stories:
75 Dark and Dreadful Drabbles and The Raging Rabbit (Holiday Horrors #3). And I’m pretty proud of them both, if I can toot my own horn for a second. 🙂
Especially 75 Dark and Dreadful Drabbles. It’s a collection of, lol you guessed it, 75 stories. Although, these stories are specifically called “drabbles.” That means each story is only 100 words exactly. Not counting the title. 🙂
They were so much fun to write! And not easy. It’s a really good way to stretch out those creativity muscles. And I’m really happy with the results. 😀
And the cover I made isn’t too bad either. 🙂
75 bite-sized horror stories! All are exactly 100 words long, not including the titles. And all are thoroughly scary! From ghosts and killers, monsters and demons, vampires and dangerous creatures, all kinds of stories reside in these pages!
Some of the stories in this book include:
The Snakes of Justice
A Hell of Spiders
Mindy and the Monster
The Chainsaw Man
The Demon Wife
The Doll’s Shadow
I’m also pretty proud of this one too. The Raging Rabbit. 🙂 I thought it was really creative. I saw the cover image on Adobe stock, and I just knew there was a story there, and it needed to be told.
Blurb! (It’s short, lol.)
There’s a stranger in a rabbit mask outside Krissy’s house. What does she want? And why does she have a knife?
Please, follow the links and check the stories out! ❤ both are in Kindle Unlimited, you you can read them for free if you have an account. 🙂 Or you can buy them for $0.99 each. 🙂
Thanks for taking the time to read my little update. 😀 I hope everyone is staying home as much as possible and staying safe! Happy Reading!
Love, Lennie! ❤