Vampire Killer short story by Iris Carden Ramona sighed and rubbed her temples. She was working with Scott again. His enthusiasm for police work was unbounded and his self confidence was unfounded. She looked at the scene. Both victims were most definitely dead. Their hands and feet were tied with cable ties to the dining…… Continue reading Vampire Killer
Heist short story by Iris Carden He’d watched the building for more than a week. Every evening, he’d stood across the road, unnoticed, and watched. He knew the doors were kept unlocked until 7pm, and many clients took advantage of the option to drop in after work. He knew that after 7pm people were allowed…… Continue reading Heist
Don’t You Remember? short story by Iris Carden. “Don’t you remember?” Sasha asked, “The Master told you we’d have a party, for your anniversary. A hundred years in the blood is a milestone.” Bella looked out the window at the expensive cars pulling into the driveway, disgorging their extravagantly dressed, repulsively undead, cargo. “I remember…… Continue reading Don’t You Remember?
Vampire’s Kiss poem by Iris Carden Awaking from a fevered dream, a memory of mesmerising eyes, a voice, low and strong fading into the night. Lethargy. Overwhelming fatigue. Two small wounds on pale skin, so much paler than before. Blood smear on the pillow. Confusion. A sense of dread desire for something unknown. A window…… Continue reading Vampire’s Kiss