Angelyn Sherrod is an award-winning short story writer, lifelong reader and storyteller. She has always been drawn to mysteries and thrillers because of the innate themes of justice and righting wrongs. Therefore, it only seemed natural to start killing people off in her stories: it's cathartic and oh, so satisfying. Not to mention, it helps to maintain her sanity.
You can step into Angelyn's world of justice and fair play in Malice's Bluff City Mysteries where you will find two of her short stories: NIGHT FISHING and MIDNIGHT EXPRESS. She also has stories in Malice's
Ghost Stories: and Elmwood Stories to Die For.
Angelyn's short story, THE GAZEBO won the 3rd Place prize in Southern Writers Magazine's annual short story contest.
Check out her blog: Angelyn's Crimes of Passion (angelynscrimesofpassion.wordpress.com) for other short stories and flash fiction, or follow her on Facebook