Friday, July 24, 2020

LOHF Award for Best Novella

The Ladies of Horror Fiction team is pleased to announce the 2019 Ladies of Horror Fiction Award for Best Novella.

To Be Devoured by Sara Tantlinger

To Be Devoured by Sara Tantlinger

What does carrion taste like? Andi has to know. The vultures circling outside her home taunt and invite her to come understand the secrets hiding in their banquet of decay. Fascination morphs into an obsessive need to know what the vultures know. Andi turns to Dr. Fawning, but even the therapist cannot help her comprehend the secrets she’s buried beneath anger-induced blackouts.

Her girlfriend, Luna, tries to help Andi battle her inner darkness and infatuation with the vultures. However, the desire to taste dead flesh, to stitch together wings of her own and become one with the flock sends Andi down a twisted, unforgivable path. Once she understands the secrets the vultures conceal, she must decide between abandoning the birds of prey or risk turning her loved ones into nothing more than meals to be devoured.

Published July 29th 2019 by Unnerving | Amazon | Goodreads

To learn more about Sara Tantlinger, visit her profile in the LOHF Directory.

Congratulations to Sara Tantlinger and the 2019 nominees for Best Novella:

Dear Laura, Gemma Amor
The Ladderman, Angela Archer
The Festering Ones, S.H. Cooper
Halloween Fiend, C.V. Hunt

We reached out to Sara for a few words, and here is what she had to say!

Sara Tantlinger Author Photo

I’m so honored to have my novella, To Be Devoured, recognized by the Ladies of Horror Fiction. Being nominated alongside the wonderful C.V. Hunt, Angela Archer, Gemma Amor, and S.H. Cooper is even more exciting because I admire all of them and their wonderful work so much. The Ladies of Horror Fiction are doing such excellent work in the genre, and it truly means the world to not only have their support, but to see the community come together as a whole and support one another. Thank you so very much to all who have bestowed this honor on my novella, and to everyone who has read, supported, and reviewed my work. I look forward to the future of the genre, and to the strong future of women in horror!

Stay tuned as we continue to announce the 2019 Ladies of Horror Fiction Awards!

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