It’s all over, and the winners are in!
Thanks to everyone who entered and voted in our first ever Twitter fiction contest. It has been a howling success, and we’re already looking forward to doing it again next year.
Drum roll please.
In third place, we have this delicious offering from Alan Lindsay:
I plunge the blunt knife into my ex-husband’s heart. It’s not easy. I’ve overcooked it. Should have eaten it raw, like Mum suggested.
Coming in at second place after a hard-fought battle, this little nibble from Grant Stone:
“We’re free,” She said. A full tank of gas. The zombie-choked city in our rear view mirror. “Yes,” I said, rubbing the fresh bite on my arm.
And the winner, by a bloody great landslide, slathered on us by Paul Mannering:
Blood changes colour when it dries. I have to keep painting the walls. Otherwise, it just looks wrong.
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