Cold, sickly terror woke her, followed by a desperate urge that demanded she leave the broken pieces of her mother behind. “Yes...come now,” the voice sang with the wind, carrying snow and the heavy scent of ash through the edge of the forest.
Vynasha ignored the way the snow soaked through her house slippers. She’d forgotten her boots and her coat. But the darkness still clawed at her skin, begging to be set free. She didn’t dare turn back.
witter (ˈwɪtə) vb – (often foll by: on) to chatter or babble pointlessly or at unnecessary length n – pointless chat; chatter COLLINS ENGLISH DICTIONARY – COMPLETE AND UNABRIDGED, 12TH EDITION 2014 © HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014 For those of you unaware, I am about to publish an expanded and... Continue Reading →