I love Ocean Bream’s writing – you’ll find lots of good stuff at her site. Reblogging this because it reminds me of Cat Tales, the 2016 Book a Break anthology. Speaking of which, details of next year’s competition will be coming soon – keep your eyes open!
In the darkness of the night, the stars tear holes in the black canvas shrouding the earth so they can peep through, decorating the sky with twinkling lights, playing hide and seek with each other and shooting at each other through the silent vacuum of the universe.
A shadow slinks behind the walls of houses. It creeps through the stinking back alleys where rubbish bins line the brick walls neatly, oozing bin juice. It pauses, sniffs, and slinks into an open bin. It guzzles, and slips out again, prowling for more. Its breath rattles in its throat, almost like a death rattle, and as it climbs out of yet another bin, its large, round belly glows in the dim light from the street lamps just outside the alleyway.
Another creature, with the same protruding belly and glowing eyes, slinks around the…
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