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ScaryYAH February: "Haunting"

It's the second Thursday of the month, and you know what that means! It's time for February's round of #ScaryYAH. The rules are simple:

--Post a two-sentence horror story containing the month's chosen word on Twitter, making sure to tag it #ScaryYAH so we see it. If you don't have a Twitter, (or your story is too long to fit,) feel free to leave it in the comments!

--Each month, one #ScaryYAH story will be illustrated by Amy Lukavics or Kaitlin Ward and shared/recirculated on YA Highway's Tumblr and Twitter pages.

This month's word is: "haunting"

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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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  1. The eerie, haunting melody of a music box lullaby cut through the dark stillness of the house, seemingly emanating from the walls themselves. Your ears ached with the tinkling music; late last winter it had woken you from a deep sleep, right before a pair of black eyes had dragged you screaming through the veil. #ScaryYAH


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Item Reviewed: ScaryYAH February: "Haunting" Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Amy Lukavics