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The Night Mischief Became a Real Cat

The Night Mischief Became a Real Cat


Short Story by Annie Reed

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ABOUT THIS SHORT STORY


Mischief never expected to encounter a shadow creature.

Especially not on the night her wings fell off and she became a real cat.

She just wants to find a home where she belongs. Instead, Mischief runs into the biggest shadow creature she’s ever seen. A creature that can transform itself under the light of the full moon into something solid and dangerous and hungry.

Mischief comes from a long line of feline fey. Proud hunters who protect the world from shadow creatures who stalk the unwary. But Mischief’s no longer fey—she’s just a cat.

One very determined cat.

ABOUT ANNIE REED


Award-winning editor and author Kristine Kathryn Rusch describes Annie Reed as “one of the best writers I’ve come across in years.”

Annie’s won recognition for her stellar writing across multiple genres. Her story “The Color of Guilt” was selected as one of The Best Crime and Mystery Stories 2016 and her story “One Sun, No Waiting” was one of the first science fiction stories honored with a literary fellowship award by the Nevada Arts Foundation.

A frequent contributor to the Fiction River anthologies, Annie’s thrilled to be a part of the relaunch of Pulphouse magazine. Annie’s recent work includes the superhero origin short novel Faster, which can be found in Hiding Behind the Cowl, and the urban fantasy novella “Unbroken Familiar.” Annie’s also one of the founding members of the innovative Uncollected Anthology, a quarterly series of themed urban fantasy stories written by some of the best writers working today.

Annie’s novels include Pretty Little Horses, Paper Bullets, A Death in Cumberland, and the upcoming Missing in Cumberland, as well as numerous other projects she can’t wait to get to. For more information about Annie, including news about upcoming bundles and publications, go to www.annie-reed.com.