Bad Tidings from Queen Sophie

Cover for BAD TIDINGS FROM QUEEN SOPHIE: An eerie cat's face emerges from the dark below the title text.
Editions:eBook: $ 2.99Paperback: $ 6.99
ISBN: 979-8352096475
Size: 5.00 x 8.00 in
Pages: 25

As heard on the NoSleep Podcast

When her beloved kitty Queen Sophie starts acting odd, Cass turns to a mysterious app to bridge the communication gap.

But she soon discovers that no mews is good news…

BAD TIDINGS FROM QUEEN SOPHIE is a quick fright perfect for any animal lover who's ever wondered what their pet is trying to tell them.

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If you’re looking for scares that unnerve instead of nauseate, look no further. Horror stories from Danielle Williams lean towards slow-burn scares and the unsettling. If you take your creeps with a PG-13 sensibility—think THE SIXTH SENSE, THE OUTER LIMITS, or classic TWILIGHT ZONE—this is a story for you.


Three AM. Dark in the apartment. Completely still.

Except for the cat.

Clicka. “MOM.” Clicka. “MOM.” Clicka. “MOM.”

Cass had trained her cat Sophie in the use of push buttons for communication. It’d looked cute on YouTube.

The cat was good with them.

Clicka. “MOM.”

Cass was beginning to regret the buttons.