"Of Wolves" (Little Red Riding Hood)
Someone walks with Ysabeau in the forest. Is he a wolf or only a man?
"Of Witches" (The Witch of the Woods)
Samuel's lost in the woods until a witch finds him. If she has her way, he'll never go home.
"Of Fireballs in the Sky" (Hansel and Gretel)
After the great wars, a family of four lives in the Melted City, scavenging for food. There's never enough.
(Contains violence and explicit sexuality; intended for mature readers)
About the author
Klaudia writes alternative, dark, gothic, sensual horror. She doesn't shy away from sex and gore, but is more interested in the psychological side of horror - getting into the character's heads and seeing how much fortitude they've got, what makes them break and what makes them brave.
Klaudia lives near the Great Smoky Mountains with her husband and two daughters, very close to where she was born. Her stories are often set in the South, around or near the mountains. She's been writing and drawing and generally making things up to suit herself for years, and hopes to keep doing so for many more.