THE CAT BOX: A SHORT HORROR STORY
Enter the drab and boring life of Ana, who always wished she was an Anabeth. As she enters the later half of her twenties, she takes stock acknowledging she is nowhere where she wanted to be in life.
She seems destined for mediocrity, chained and confined to the benal dregs of normality. When one day, a long lost acquaintance, a family member, an uncle, arrives at her work, frantic and afraid for his life.
He demands she take from him a small package, implying that there may be consequences for all if mishandled. He insists she is the only one who can handle it and must take it. What lies beneath the brown paper?
Could it be the antidote to her beige maylay? Or will its contents leave her begging for the distasteful normalcy she so desperately wants to abandon?
BOOK SERIES: CHILDHOOD'S HOUR
BOOK SERIES: BLOODLESS
A SERIES OF SHORT STORIES
While he is a private individual, O. L. Flubermin would like to clarify that he is NOT the seal from the book, but he would like to share a few informative bits about himself.
Favorite food: Milk-fish.
Favorite thing to do: Long flubs on the beach
Greatest fear: Lizard
Most influential moment of his life: "That time his flipper was bit"
Quotes: "Onk", "Belch", "Squawks incoherently", "No, I'm not the seal from the book, why do people keep asking that?", "Poot"