Originally published (November 1, 2020) by Coffin Bell volume 3, issue no.4 Mythopoeia. My boyfriend’s name was Stephen. Stephen worked in a botanical lab where they frequently researched new and evolving plant life. When Stephen would come home, he filled his evenings with discussions on flowers. He adored beautiful things, flowers being one of his … Continue reading “Belladonna,” a Short Story
Originally published (September 2016) in Geeky Press's Bad Jobs and Bullshit: It's Unlikely We'll Be Missed. I worked at a large chain department store in the southeast. We specialized in everything outdoors, from guns to swim trunks, which catered well to the caveman-like conspiracy theorists and government haters alike. He was an elderly man named … Continue reading “The Racist is Always Right,” a Short Story
Originally published (August 2017) in Adanna. Lilith lived in the stairwell. Cast in bronze, she was a rendering of the female form, caged within the walls of a gaudy bed and breakfast The Garden Estates. She had been cast in a delicate, demure pose. Her hands held her face as if she was too embarrassed … Continue reading “Lilith,” a Short Story
Hello! Welcome back to another repost. This original post was essentially me coming to terms with the fact that I am a nerd and like writing fanfiction about all the things. If you've been here a while, then, you already know I post fanfiction. If not, welcome! I post fanfiction. However, most of the fanfiction … Continue reading I’ll Be Posting/Editing FanFics
I have never been so well dressed in my life. As many of you know, I am still in college, though I just recently signed up for graduation in December (yay!), and being in college I've had the opportunity to join the English Honor Society: Sigma Tau Delta. This offers a wide range of opportunities for all college writers, and I definitely recommend joining if one ever has the opportunity to do so. One perk that I took full advantage of was being able to submit a piece to the national convention, which means I would get a chance to travel out of state, attend a literary convention, and present my piece in front of all my peers and colleagues for my college. Needless to say, I was beyond pumped.
Howdy y'all! Today just so happens to be my 21st birthday, and rather than drown myself in legal alcohol purchases, I have decided to give a gift to YOU... er, well, FIVE of you, that is. My book The Mind, the Body, a horror short story collection, came out last year in October. I purchased five … Continue reading My Birthday Giveaway (21 years in the making)!
Chapter 4 She was beginning to dream again. With the heat came the dreams, and with the dream would eventually raise memory. There were bits and pieces, sometimes images, more words. She would see colors – blue, green, shades of pink, possibly the color of cheeks or roses, then she would feel things. There were … Continue reading The Blind Witch ch. 4 and 5 – A Left 4 Dead (Hunter x Witch) Fanfic
The Mind, the Body Out today! Want to read a bit before you buy? The Mind, the Body: Heterochromia - A short story teaser. The Mind, the Bodyby Alyssa HubbardCover Art by Cover Bistro (Jessica Richardson) eBook Versions: Kindle: $0.99! Nook: $0.99! Kobo: $0.99! Apple: $0.99! Smashwords: $0.99! Paperback: Amazon Barnes & Noble Reviews: Rating: ***** “I’ve never been able … Continue reading The Mind, the Body: Dig my eyeball out with a spoon, and love it
Copyrighted © 2014 Alyssa Hubbard This short story is part of The Mind, the Body, my horror / body horror short story collection. It can be pre-ordered or purchased October 1, 2014. Enjoy! "Heterochromia" Alyssa Hubbard I was born in a family of five blue-eyed, blonde-haired southern gentlemen. My mother was decidedly absent for most of … Continue reading The Mind, the Body: Heterochromia – A short story teaser
Some days, I wake up and decide I am a rubbish writer. Everything I write, whether it be a novel, a short story, a grocery list, it is all just rubbish. Some days, I wake up and decide I am a goodly writer. Everything I write, whether it be a novel, a short story, a … Continue reading “Sometimes I wake up and decide I’m a rubbish writer…” a micro poem by Alyssa Hubbard