More Talk

Here’s a little snippet from Talk Of The Town, in which Carl is hunting in the early morning–trying to work out his frustrations with Craig. The poor being is becoming impatient–


.   He shook himself and approached her again, leaning down and erasing the ragged wounds on her throat, his feeding stains disappearing.  He knew with certainty that if Craig did not make a decision soon, he would have to take his frustrations out on one of his victims to blunt his blood lust.  Mike would have been the ideal candidate, but that time had passed for now.

He walked away from the poor sad lump without a backward glance, his body fading as he approached the street, heading for his home. He felt like a young child being forced to eat his supper.

The only way he finished her was to pretend she was Craig.

Read more Rainbow Snippets here–something for every taste (maybe even Carl’s 🙂 ):



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16 thoughts on “More Talk

  1. Wow, intense, dramatic, and dark…I love it! :)=


    1. Thank you so much 🙂 What went before is pretty intense too–maybe I’ll follow my pattern and post that tomorrow in snippet Sunday 🙂


  2. That was interesting and dark.


  3. Thanks ❤ Carl thinks killing humans for blood is distasteful–but Craig is trying his patience 🙂


  4. Ooh, that last line was great!


  5. I wonder if Craig knows what his indecision is doing to his fellow humans?

    (Love the line about feeling like a little kid being forced to eat his supper. LOL)


    1. He has an idea–but he prefers not to dwell on it ❤ Glad you liked that line 🙂 it was fun to come up with it ❤


  6. dark and the last line was great!


  7. Oh thank you 🙂 in this case, dark is good 🙂


  8. Gotta agree with the rest…”dark” sums it up nicely. Dark…and intriguing.


  9. Thanks 🙂 as long as the dark’s intriguing–we’ll always be tempted to enter– 🙂


  10. Wow, really intense and dark.


  11. Thank you 🙂 Carl gets more than a little tired of hiding his demon; he has to let him out every once in awhile 🙂


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