I’m delighted to announce that my short story “Flesh and Blood” has been published in the December 2015 issue of horror fiction magazine, Devolution Z!
Here is a short extract from “Flesh and Blood”:
As the chill rippled his arms into waves of goose bumps, Malcom gazed across the room to see a strange mist gradually oozing up from the floorboards and into his bedroom.
Malcom instinctively backed away and climbed onto his bed. He wondered if the room below his had caught fire but there was no heat radiating from underneath his room and this smoke didn’t smell like smoke.
It was a cold fog that carried a putrid stench like the scent of a decaying leaves. Every ounce of heat left the room until it was completely freezing. The candles were extinguished with a breeze and the warm colours on the walls became watery and drained away. Suddenly the room was deep blue and the ceiling began to crack, crumble, turn to soil and fall to the floor…
You can read the rest of the story by purchasing the print edition (only £4.60!) or eBook format of the magazine from Amazon.
The magazine features 12 other great authors and it’s a steal at such a low price, so get buying! If you do buy a copy, let me know what you think in the comment section below or tweet me a selfie with your copy.
“Devolution Z – Featuring 13 original horror short stories and poems published monthly. Available on Amazon! Don’t miss our special Holiday Horrors included in this issue!”
In this issue:
“From the Chimney It Came…” by Travis West
“Gribble-on-The-Grub” by Jamie Flook
“I’ll be Home for Christmas” by Jay Michael Wright II
“Six Beasts a Flaying” by S.E. Casey
“Lilliputian Matters” by KC Wilder
“Why She Did It” by Lisa Lepovetsky
“Exiled to Hastur” by Bruce Boston
“Northwest” by Benjamin Blake
“In Their Image” by Brian H. Seitzman
“Flesh and Blood” by Sophie McNaughton
“What Hath God Wrought” by Greg Chapman
“Natural Growth” by M.B. Vujacic
“The Spirit of Trade” by Neil McRobert
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Featured image from Devolution Z. Edited by Sophie McNaughton.