Yesterday I finished the second draft of my horror novella set in a dystopian society called the Colony. The story takes place in the 1980s with real world events sneaking in. I sent the story off to a beta reader. Betas are golden.:-) The working tagline:
Ward hates his job. He slaughters animals for a popular restaurant in the northern most city of the Colony. But when Wang finally quits, he is the one targeted for slaughter.
Today’s feature image is of the red-and-yellow sandstone formations in Gansu Province, China, which inspired the beautiful scenery surrounding Ward’s isolated world. In my novella, Ward’s boss, Fay, rides her bicycle to a farming village in the foothills of these mountains:
And in other news . . .
The fabulous Courtney Mroch, a frequent blog visitor and content creator over at HauntJaunts.net (a top 75 paranormal website in 2020), has a nonfiction story published in the newly released The Feminine Macabre. The Feminine Macabre is an anthology of 30 different paranormal researchers’ essays and experiences. Cool, eh?
Today’s feature image by Aaron Greenwood at unsplash.com.