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Short Fiction ♠ Dark and Dangerous 

"Weaving beautifully erotic tales of love, life, and death, Ms. Carlson has debuted her talent as a fabulous storyteller."
- Robert A., Amazon Review

NGIBA_2016_Finalist_HiRes_RV_1

OTHER WORKS

Short Fiction

Dark and Dangerous 

"Weaving beautifully erotic tales of love, life, and death, Ms. Carlson has debuted her talent as a fabulous storyteller."
- Robert A., Amazon Review

OTHER WORKS

Short Fiction

Dark and Dangerous 

NGIBA_2016_Finalist_HiRes_RV

"Weaving beautifully erotic tales of love, life, and death, Ms. Carlson has debuted her talent as a fabulous storyteller."
- Robert A., Amazon Review

Love and the mystery of winter come together in this short story about salvation and sacrifice.

 

Dying of starvation in the harshest winter she has ever known, Litha abandons her family to save them. And in the frozen wilds she encounters a mysterious man in white, the only one who can save her.

A rich, haunting tale about the interdependence of life, the mystery of ancient beings, and the fleeting preciousness of time.

 

Juliette walks out from the Citadel of the Eighth Rise on the night of Black Sun, to be Renewal Sacrifice for the Grasses of the never-ending plains of Hazma-Din. For her Citadel's survival depends on the Grasses, just as the Grasses depend upon their yearly human sacrifice beneath the luminous stars.

Love and the mystery of winter come together in this short story about salvation and sacrifice.

 

Dying of starvation in the harshest winter she has ever known, Litha abandons her family to save them. And in the frozen wilds she encounters a mysterious man in white, the only one who can save her.

A rich, haunting tale about the interdependence of life, the mystery of ancient beings, and the fleeting preciousness of time.

 

Juliette walks out from the Citadel of the Eighth Rise on the night of Black Sun, to be Renewal Sacrifice for the Grasses of the never-ending plains of Hazma-Din. For her Citadel's survival depends on the Grasses, just as the Grasses depend upon their yearly human sacrifice beneath the luminous stars.