The Zonbi's Fet Ghedé
Is there love and purpose after death? Are we more whole in our dreams than in our waking lives? On the muddy streets of a young New Orleans, a boy turned zombie and a girl in the middle stages of leprosy lock gazes. In their dreams, they fall in love. But in their waking world, they are as star-crossed as Romeo and Juliet.
NOTE: Kathy's story The Zonbi's Fet Ghedé has two erotic scenes of medium intensity. Parental discretion is advised.
Kathy's elegant and haunting short story appears in Tell-Tale Press' Winter Holidays: The Blood Tomes. Tell-Tale Press is a publisher of novels, novellas, and anthologies, including regular releases of themed, multi-author collections comprised of four volumes:
The Starship Logs (science fiction)
The Case Files (mystery)
The Spell Books (fantasy)
The Blood Tomes (dark fiction/horror)
In the Winter Holidays collection of The Blood Tomes, fifteen authors pen unique takes on a variety of winter holidays, from Christmas to Fet Ghedé, the voodoo Festival of the Ancestors. The tales explore various realms of the horror genre, from personal to apocalyptic, from dark beauty to terrible truths.
Each volume of these themed anthologies can be purchased as a 0.99 Kindle download. Tell-Tale Press also has an extensive free-to-read-online library.