Ghoulish Flash Fiction A to Z: Werewolf (Worldwide)

As the attackers backed her down the dark ally, an odd-sounding growl escaped the cornered Lupe. When the  full moon finally lit every corner of the alley, Lupe was the only monster standing.

English: Full moon on a non-cloudy day as obse...

English: Full moon on a non-cloudy day as observed from Earth. Photograph taken from Chennai, India. Sony DSC-H3 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

—–33 words—–

Today’s Trifextra: Week Sixty-Four haunting is inspired by the werewolf of which there are many tales and variations worldwide.

Your challenge this weekend is to give us 33 words about anything you want.  Your piece must include at least one hyphenated compound modifier.  Remember that the hyphen will join your two words together to create one, so you will have a bit more wiggle room with your word count and language.  You are free to use more than one hyphenated modifier in your post, but we ask that you be careful not to sacrifice readability in the process.

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19 thoughts on “Ghoulish Flash Fiction A to Z: Werewolf (Worldwide)

  1. jannatwrites says:

    “Lupe was the only monster standing” says so much about the scene; about who had cornered her, and of course, who won the battle!

  2. Jennifer says:

    Intense. Well done.

  3. Short and sweet. A good flash fiction piece.

  4. joetwo says:

    Nothing is as dangerous as a cornered animal. Good write!

  5. Loved that I was routing for the Lupe.

  6. ann bennett says:

    I like this very much. The unbidden odd-sounding growl and Lupe being the only monster standing was very descriptive.

  7. I agree it was intense

  8. Suzanne says:

    Nicely done! I went a little werewolf with my piece too. Love that last line!

  9. Linda Vernon says:

    Yikes, beware of full moons and hyphenated words! 😀

  10. atrm61 says:

    How cool!I love these kind of tales:-)

  11. Powerful and energizing.

  12. (RogRites) says:

    Perfect.

  13. Draug419 says:

    yes werewolves ftw 😀

    Although I think maybe you meant “alley” instead of “ally”…? Just an fyi (:

  14. Brian Benoit says:

    Lupe – perfect name for a werewolf. I loved that you put that extra bit of thought into it. Great intense story

  15. tedstrutz says:

    Okay… that would work!

  16. KymmInBarcelona says:

    Oh, what’s behind an odd-sounding growl!

  17. Love werewolves, vampires, and the like!
    I missed the linking limit on the post.
    Mine is at https://kindredspirit23.wordpress.com
    Scott

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