Body Parts Magazine Issue #8

Hey! Been a while since I shared any news about my writing.Unfortunately, there hasn’t been much of that going on since I’m still on full wedding planning mode. (I’m getting married in a couple of months. Yikes. I mean, Yay! 🙂 )

Today though, I’m thrilled to announce that Issue #8 of Body Parts Magazine is now live. It includes a reprint of my story, “They Died Laughing”. It’s an erotic extreme horror piece and this issue’s theme is all about Killer Clowns and Freak Shows. If you’re interested in hardcore horror with a touch of bizarro, you can read my story online for free via this link: http://www.bodypartsmagazine.com/they-died-laughing—kz-morano.html

If you want to add some seriously good stuff to your reading list, subscribe to Body Parts Magazine here: http://www.bodypartsmagazine.com/

I personally love this magazine. It’s got balls. Massive ones. The editors are fearless and the magazine’s content is surprisingly refreshing. The stories in this issue are amazing as always.

I’ll now leave you with a nice little preview of my story. 😉

xx

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For Fans of Extreme Horror

For fans of extreme horror, Bad Neighborhood is on SALE until the 11th. This is in celebration of Read an Ebook Week by Smashwords!

A themed anthology for extreme horror fans.

In this chilling horror collection, 29 writers and poets have come together to share tales of the grotesque, the supernatural, and more. Their words will pluck you from your comfort zone and leave you for dead…or worse.

Have you ever considered where evil bides its time when it’s not outside your door? What disturbing locale could make it feel safe? We’ve all heard that home is where the heart is, but alas, that heart is sometimes racing.

We hope you live in a good neighborhood.

This is the link to the book: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/645398

Please don’t forget to use the code below. 🙂

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Thanks!

xx

K.Z.

A Good Match

Everyone, meet Peachy and Jack…

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“He rises to his feet and pulls me up to stand beside him. My chin comes to his shoulder, we are both dainty, long-limbed, coltish: well-matched. I turn my face into his jacket. ‘Will you marry me?’ he whispers.

‘Yes,’ I say.”
-Philippa Gregory, The Kingmaker’s Daughter