July 10, 2019
My microfiction from Twitter in July!
She had endless humans following her will, desiring her immortality, offering her warm blood. But it was only a trick–she never planned to make them her equals. She wanted to be Queen.
July 12, 2019
Tunnel vision had the highest casualties. When bloodlust took over, too many vampires focused on their picked prey, no longer paying attention to other attackers around them. Even the strongest fighters fell when they stopped paying attention around them.
July 13, 2019
“After living for 200 years, what is your most precious memory?”
“The moment my only daughter died of old age. She left me her posterity, but I’ll never forget that I can’t follow her or my late husband.”
July 24, 2019
“TV has it all wrong. It’s a folly to go around ripping out necks. Maybe it was great fun 200 years ago, but now humans are the top of the food chain with their weapons of war. Secrecy is more vital than fangs and faster reflexes.”
July 25, 2019
The answer isn’t in how you prefer your blood, but how you hunt.
July 26, 2019
“If you hate living so much, why do you keep struggling to survive?” “I fear the hell awaiting me on the other side.”
July 27, 2019
“The first bite normally goes off the rails because there’s no intent. It’s driven by instinct and an overwhelming need. It takes time to take control, to not kill the human. Think about your goal before you hunt and bite. Don’t let instinct take over.”
July 30, 2019
“One on one, the vampire will win. That’s why werewolves flock together and hunt as packs. Only then are they a threat.”
“Pretty sure humans do that, too.”
“And that, boy, is why secrecy is vital.”