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Lucifer Fan Fiction: To Kill The Devil

To Kill The Devil By, Melissa R. Mendelson “Before you start, I want you to listen to my voice.  I want you to understand that there is nothing to be afraid of.  You are not alone.  You are not crazy.  Lucifer is the devil.” Chloe Decker’s eyes snapped open.  She found herself lying on a couch.  Instinctively, she reached for her gun, but her holster was empty.  Her cell phone was also gone.  She struggled to sit up, but her head throbbed.  It was like someone had hit her in the head, and she tried to remember who.  Then, she did.  Lucifer had knocked her out after she tried to shoot him.  “Lucifer,” she gasped.  “He’s the devil.” “Yes, Chloe.  He is,” Linda Martin replied as she sat in a chair nearby with a mixed look of concern and understanding on her face.  “He brought you here.  After you tried to kill him.” “I don’t understand.”  Chloe finally managed to position herself upward on the couch.  “Why is he saving me?  He’s supposed to be evil.  He’s the devil.”  She held Linda’s stare f…

Photography: Summer's End


Sirens Call Publications Publishes "The Nature of the Crime"

As the six heads glared at me bitterly, the glass door behind us creaked open.  His heavy footsteps scraped against the fake wooden floor, which still creaked.  His skin cracked.  Little debris flickered to the floor.  His limbs stretched outward, daring to scratch those that did not shift their seats away, and he was not alone.  The saplings were with him.
Check Out "The Nature of the Crime" Now in the 40th Issue of the Sirens Call eZine

Now Available on Amazon and Amazon Kindle: I Left My Heart in Yesterday

Our memories of Yesterday are wrapped tight with love and loss.  Mistakes that we cannot erase.  A burden that we must carry into Today, but Yesterday will never let go. It can’t let go because it needs to survive, so it takes a piece of us away.  But we’ll still try to run and leave it behind, and in doing so, we’ll be the ones to say, good-bye.

Tall Tale TV Features Lizardian (Book Excerpt)


Dark Helix Press Publishes Dystopian Short Stories