My fiction effort – kinda tied in with all my Ebola posts 😉
Just something I was thinking about . . .
Happy Halloween 🙂
Written in response to this week’s prompt from terribleminds: The country’s in EBOLA PANIC, going so far as to elect an Ebola Czar. (Did you know that vending machines kill 13 people a year? I look forward to our new Vending Machine Czar to address this grave concern.) Disease of course freaks people out. And next Friday? Halloween. The time of horror! Which means it’s time for you to freak people out with disease. Write 1000 words of flash fiction. It should be horror. It should feature disease as an axis of that horror.
Grace understood why her mother was nervous about her work, especially these days with Ebola jumping its African borders and showing up in various parts of the world, including America. When Grace got the job at the Galveston National Institutes of Health Bio Lab, she knew her family might consider it dangerous, but she thrived on the danger and…
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2 thoughts on “Hurricane Horror – Flash Fiction Friday”
Just finished reading the story, nice! A little freaky now with people going nuts about this Ebola thing. But nice read.