A piece of light-hearted dark fiction of 1800 words.
At the Stonybridge Annual Scarecrow Festival, 13-year-old Henry Hubble learns that he shouldn't count his chickens before his eggs have hatched and that not everything is as perfect as he'd thought it was in the rural close-knit village of Stonybridge, the place where he lives.
|Publisher:||Corvus Corone Press|
|File size:||194 KB|
About the Author
R. H. Dixon is a horror enthusiast who, when not escaping into the fantastical realms of fiction, lives in the northeast of England with her husband and two whippets.
When reading and writing she enjoys exploring the darknesses and weaknesses within the human psyche, and she loves good strong characters that are flawed and put through their paces. Her favourite authors include: Shirley Jackson, John Ajvide Lindqvist, Joe Hill, Susan Hill and Ramsey Campbell.