“Death’s Favorite Pet” (Horror d’oeuvre #24)

(The estimated reading time for this is 1 minutes)He started with a dog, as is only logical. The pup had big, watery eyes and a scruffy tail that never stopped wagging, and it wasn’t even a full day before Death gave in and petted him, and that was that. Have you ever tried cuddling with […]
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Annie Neugebauer is a novelist, short story author, and poet with work appearing in over fifty venues, including Black Static, Apex Magazine, and Fireside. She’s the webmaster for the Poetry Society of Texas, an active member of the Horror Writers Association, and a columnist for Writer Unboxed and LitReactor. She’s represented by Alec Shane of Writers House. You can visit her at www.AnnieNeugebauer.com for discussions, poems, organizational tools for writers, and more.

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