A Gift, a Witch and a Wakening of Honey in Hexagon

I would be lying if I said I wasn’t really excited about this one. I’ve been keeping track of Hexagon since it’s first issue, which became a home for “Cold Storage” by my good friend and phenomenal writer, Nicholas C. Smith; imagine my excitement when its second issue hit my screen including a story by friend, and Walled Women issue-mate and Apparition Lit flash challenge companion, Taylor Rae—“Benjamin Buckley’s Impossible Menagerie” is a wonder.

Now, I’m so proud to have my own story in issue 4!

“A Gift, a Wish and a Wakening of Honey” is a cosy little story about a witch and a hive of troubled bees, and it might be my favourite of all of my published pieces. (If anyone asks, you didn’t hear it from me.)

You can read it here, and I hope you love it as much as I do!

If you liked the issue, and feel so inclined, please do give it a quick review on goodreads.

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