Warped Relationships…Gone BAD!

I don’t know about you, but I love being warped: 20 stories & fifty words each — you’re guaranteed to get bent out of shape! Short glimpses of historic and fictional relationships…Bonnie and Clyde…Samson and Delilah…Medusa…they all had one thing in common: being BAD.

Are you warped?

As a gift to you, my twisted ebook, Warped ~ Historic & Fictional Relationships Gone Bad, will be **Available for FREE to download this Christmas! **

Author: Rose Perez (Poet Rummager)
Photographs and Book Trailer by: Matt W. Childs (FlyTrapMan)

 



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Her Head

He heard her approaching and knew sheโ€™d be angry. He didnโ€™t expect the noises coming from her head. Leaning against the wall, he waited. As she walked towards his direction, he swiftly brandished the mirror. She screamed at her reflection, and then there was silence. Medusa had turned into stone.

– According to Greek mythology, Medusa had venomous snakes in place of hair. If one were to gaze directly into her eyes, the onlooker would turn into stone.

Perseus was sent, by the gods, to destroy Medusa.

 



30 comments

    • Great link! Thank you!! Cool to find a Perseus star, too. Medusa’s eye is a star? That’s wild — hope the sun doesn’t see it. I’d hate for it to turn into stone. Lol.

      This was a fun project! Thanks for all your superb work. ๐Ÿ’–โญ๏ธ

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  1. Great story, Rose. Poor old Medusa. Perhaps it wore off again. I suffer a similar condition of being struck speechless and immobile whenever I see my reflection, but it usually only lasts a few seconds and then I begin shaving.

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