“Outside the Silk Road Lounge” (Horror d’oeuvre #7)

(The estimated reading time for this is 5 minutes)Lanny dealt in an alley nestled between a Chinese Laundromat and The Silk Road Lounge. He sold bags filled with crystalline powder, pills and weed. Sometimes things got heavy, people didn’t do what they were supposed to do, or they didn’t pay what was owed. They went […]
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Sandy DeLuca has written critically acclaimed fiction, including her novel Descent and her novella Messages From The Dead. She has been nominated twice for the Bram Stoker for poetry award. She also has been a painter for over twenty years. Her work has been exhibited in galleries, hair salons, book stores and online venues. She lives in an old Cape Cod house with five felines. She left a full time job in 2011 to write and paint full time.