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#ScaryYAH: Two Sentence Horror Story #4

Happy Saturday, Spookies!!

Welcome to the fourth round of Two Sentence Horror Story. This feature was inspired by a fun flurry of posts last year all across the internet that displayed brilliant (and very creepy) stories that were only two sentences in length, total. Check here to see the prize schedule and more details about the game!

How To Play:

Every month, Kaitlin or I will post a photo prompt to inspire your two sentence horror story. Once you have yours ready to go, you can either:

a) Post it in the comments below
b) Tweet your two sentence horror story (if it fits!) with the hashtag #ScaryYAH
c) Post the story on Tumblr and tag it with #ScaryYAH

Every month, we will post our favorite entry from the previous round. Winners will get an additional entry for a prize on top of their participant entry. Pretty straight forward, right? We are so excited to read, retweet, and reblog your entries!

Our favorite entry from March came from Mia (@superspecs) on Twitter. Great job!

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This Week's Prompt:



Kaitlin's entry: She thought she was just watching a movie. And then something touched her hair

Amy's entry: She didn't think she'd like it very much, but she did. Watching a monster attack in person was much more entertaining than any movie could ever be.  



Amy Lukavics

Amy lurks within the forested mountains of Arizona. When she isn't reading or writing creepy stories, she enjoys cooking, crafting, and playing games across many platforms. She is the author of Daughters Unto Devils (Harlequin Teen 2015) and The Women In The Walls (Harlequin Teen 2016).

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3 comments:

  1. I had already left. Already gone. Stolen out of my own body over a box of popcorn.

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  2. When it came to monster movies, there was always that thin line for Sherry. Meetings in the dark, rippling muscle, throes of ecstacy, sex rolling warm in the mouth like fine wine... followed by the murder of the kindred god.

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  3. This was my favorite late-night tradition. A glorious fantasia of severed flesh and gore splattered across the living room walls while I crushed bones and popcorn between my teeth.

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Item Reviewed: #ScaryYAH: Two Sentence Horror Story #4 Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Amy Lukavics