On June 30th Trembling With Fear & The Horror Tree will be publishing my Drabble “Missing”. I will of course post links when they go live. A Drabble is a short story of exactly 100 words excluding the title. Because it is so short I dare not write a blurb for fear of spoilers, but it’s a creepy horror tale that I hope you will love.
In the meantime here are blurbs of other published short stories of mine and links to the collections in which they can be found.
1) Demons Are A Girl’s Best Friend
Alone after her mother’s death, Natalie discovers an unusual group of friends. They want to help her it seems, and she does find her life much easier under their close guidance. However, when a group of boys break into her house and threaten her, she realises the true natures of her protectors.
2) Eat The Rich
A group of zombie-infected anarcho-punks stage a revolution in London.
3) How To Catch A Selkie
For David it is love at first sight, but how can he convince the beautiful yet wild Assana to stay?
4) Sealed With A Kiss
Lisa discovers a make up purse in her friend’s abandoned bag. The make up promises to change her life forever, by giving her what every woman dreams of, a beautiful face. But is her new beauty a blessing or a curse and what about when it fades?
Work in progress
5) Other short stories by Carmilla Voiez available in
Amalthea is just trying to survive her student years, which isn’t made easier by the serial killer stalking the streets of Glasgow. When she meets Daniel, a young poet, she is intrigued, but what is he hiding in his cellar?
Salon of Lost Souls
Laura lands a dream job in a stately home and an apartment to die for, although hopefully she won’t have to, as long as she can convince the ghosts she belongs there.
Impatient for Death, a Love Story
At the tender age of fourteen, beside her dying mother, Chloe fell in love. What lengths will she go to in order to secure Death’s kiss?
A tale of revenge.
A beautiful woman is disturbed by her reflection.
Eleanor is a grieving mother with a terrible secret.
Imitation is the highest form of flattery.
Dance The Ghost With Me
Simon’s night out will never end.
Rachel is spending a night at an abandoned asylum with the boy she adores, and she couldn’t be happier.
Don’t drink the water!
What happens when the music refuses to die with the musician?