K. Trap Jones, what scares you?

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I am actually terrified of this one-eyed stray zombie cat that keeps stalking my house. My wife and I have been nothing but nice to this cat and even feed it daily, but now it is starting to hiss at us when we bring out the food. I fear that the zombie virus is affecting its brain causing it to ignore the golden rule “Never bite the hand that feeds you.” We tried withholding food, but it only crept closer and now camps out on the doormat. My fear goes deeper than that though. What if this is the beginning of the Zombie Apocalypse? What if it all begins on my property by a single scratch? I could possibly be the first human to contract the zombie virus from this stray cat and that could really ruin any dreams and aspirations that I have.

 

K. TRAP JONES is an award winning demented horror author of novels and short stories that appear within various anthologies. With a sadistic inspiration from Dante Alighieri and Edgar Allan Poe, he has a temptation towards narrative folklore, classic literary works and obscure segments within society. His novel THE SINNER (Blood Bound Books, 2012) won the Royal Palm Literary Award. He is also a member of the Horror Writer’s Association and can be found lurking around Tampa, Florida.

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About Cynthia Pelayo

Cynthia (cina) Pelayo is the author of short story collection Loteria and the young adult horror novel Santa Muerte published by Post Mortem Press. Her short stories and poems have appeared in DM, Weird Year, Flashes in the Dark, SNM Horror Magazine, Seedpod, Static Movement, and more. Pelayo is the Publisher/Gravedigger of Burial Day Books and is a member of the Horror Writers Association. She is currently at work on two novels and a series of short stories and poems. You can find her on Twitter at @cinapelayo or at cinapelayo.com