A week ago I mentioned that I was published in The Siren’s Call e-magazine. Here’s a little excerpt from my story and two others from the collection. Enjoy 🙂
February is Women in Horror Recognition Month, a movement that was founded to support and assist female genre artists in gaining opportunities, exposure and networking. In honour of the event, Sirens Call Publications devotes its February issue of The Sirens Call to supporting the cause and featuring the excellent talent displayed by ladies writing horror.
First up today is a story titled ‘Stuck’ by Tabatha Stirling on page 89…
“It’s New Year’s Eve, I’m 23 years old and soon I’m going to eat somebody.
When the outbreak started, I mean, really first started and tiny rumours like petulant scorpions ran haphazardly through the unit – most of us just shrugged and carried on. You aren’t born in Queens just to go down that last dark road whimpering. You go down shouting, gouging, biting, spitting. Ironically, this was to prove much truer than anybody had thought.
But the gossip wove and…
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