I have read a lot of Anthony Renfro’s work and I love this short story, SHe.
The Living Sand is included as a bonus short. Amazon: $1.00
Sara had expected so much more from life, as she lay in her bed, crying.
On alert, she grabbed her gun and approached the door.
The light brought her comfort…
SHe craved estrogen.
This may be morbid, especially if you read SHe, but I laughed. I was caught so off guard, never saw where this was going, and I love it.
If you are looking for something to keep you indoors, away from your door, cowering in your bed with the covers over your head, thinking you can hide from SHe, then grab this short story, open the pages and read it now.
Anthony Renfro has included another short story, The Living Sand.
I had read this when it was titled Evil Beach, but Anthony has been revamping his short stories and making new covers, so here is my review and rating.
Grandfather is sitting on the porch, entertaining the boys with stories.
As he told the true story of The Living Sand, the boys were spellbound.
Imagine, if you will, entering a portal and onto the most beautiful beach you have ever seen. Everything is so bright and vibrant, but where are the people?
I thought this would be the end, but it was only the beginning.
If you are tempted to go to the beach on the night of the full moon, you might want to think twice.
I was sucked in, misdirected and totally fooled by this wicked tale of daring or foolishness.
So, enter, if you dare and you decide.
Goodreads Blurb: A short story about two boys who discover a hidden beach and the evil deadly secrets that lie within its soft white grains of sand.