Chatting With Sherri welcomes author Hend Salah about Dig Two Graves?!
Hend Salah is a New York born, horror loving, mental health counseling, loud-mouthed mass of contradictions. She has a cornucopia of sensibly insensible, controversial opinions, and is allergic to romance. She loves putting a dark twist on a good argument. Bad things are funny.
“She was sitting on a cold concrete floor, gagged, bound, and blinded. Nothing but a stale silence encompassed her. A putrid smell emanated from something to her left, sending her into a fit of coughs. It was so strong that she could almost taste it. It filled her mouth and nose, feeding her senses a disgusting smell created by something — or someone — that had been left alone to rot. She imagined a corpse sprawled just beyond her feet. It’s face having decayed so intensely that facial features were no longer visible; wounds festering soundlessly as insects found refuge inside them: skin hanging off its feet and toes with mutilated nails; skull crushed almost entirely, neither discernible as male nor female.”