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She has an earthy smell about her. Musky. I chalk it up to her being on the dance floor so much. Hot and sweaty, honky tonking, showing off her ample assets in a tight half-shirt with even tighter Daisy Duke cutoffs. She’s pretty, long dark hair, heavily made up brown eyes, full pouty lips and a seductive smile. Infectious laugh. But coming off a … Continue reading [NSFW] Fly Blown – Kenneth Whitfield
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Deadman’s Tome is home to Book of Horrors, a horror anthology loaded with terrifying horror short stories that’ll chill you to the bone! DISCLAIMER: Deadman’s Tome is a dark and gritty horror zine that publishes content not suitable for children. The horror zine proudly supports the freedom of dark creative works and stands against censorship. Hardly any subject matter is too taboo for this horror … Continue reading [NSFW] Unbloom by Kristine Hall-Garcia
Edith McCarthy liked to peep on potential clients before meeting them. She had parked her van near their Dutch Colonial-style home and was looking through her binoculars. What she saw through the kitchen window did not surprise her. Missus Collins, the lady who had phoned her, was getting fucked like a bargain priced prostitute found on a street corner with a broken light. She was … Continue reading Love Electric by Calvin Demmer
“Won’t you tell me about the girls who have passed, Lily? No one else is willing to say anything.” The speaker was a brunette, dressed in a dark red and black corset with stockings and garters, and she sat at one of the saloon tables with a blonde girl wearing a similar costume in white and pale green. Both her accent and diction placed her … Continue reading Pruning The Garden by David M. Hoenig
The road curved through the swamp. Headlights preceded the car as it careened over the asphalt, faster than the signs would allow it. “Slow down, John, you’re going too fast!” “We have to get to my parents’ house tonight, Sue. We can’t afford a hotel room.” “We won’t make it if you slide off the road and into a ditch!” His voice rose, “Jesus … Continue reading Lost In The Dark by Matt Michaelis