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Day Ten: Deeper Still by Andrew Price

Deeper Still is beautiful. I love the language and how it draws you in. The horror in this story doesn’t rely on the jump scare or the gross out factor of gore. No, this is the dawning horror of lost sanity. How would we know if we lost the ability to recognize reality?

Day Ten: Good Bones by Kristie Addison

Some things we say are odd, but seem innocuous, but if you think about them, turn them around in your mind, they can become sinister. What kind of a house has ‘good bones’?