Don’t you just love the taste of blood in the morning? We’re seeking stories that capture all things you love about vampires. So give us those paranormal protagonists, those cruel counts and those unruly undeads. Works up to 3,000 words will be considered.
Responding to an ad in the paper, young Eve finds herself in the basement of a funeral home. She is tasked with making the dead look more appealing. As a mortuary cosmetic, Eve would be in the business of selling death to the living. Accepting the job offer may be the last thing she ever does.
The discovery of vampires threw the world into chaos. What could have become a dark age of fear and horror ended with the Vampire Treaty and gave rise to a new type of business: one where willing humans can be paid to give a vampire the blood they need.
Henry Devland was a man who always traveled to help cope with the terrible things in his mind. During his last adventure he fell ill, and soon returned to his childhood home. These are the letters documenting his final days as he succumbs to his illness.
Fiona is a full-time, freelance editor of nine years with her clients publishing both traditionally with the Big 5 publishers and indie to much success in the US, UK, and further afield. She has previously interned with two literary agencies, worked in conjunction with a literary consultancy, and written multiple published articles. In addition, she has taken part in an #ownvoices anthology alongside NYT bestselling authors (UNBOUND: Stories of Transformation, Love, and Monsters.) She is also represented by Don Congdon Associates for her own writing.