Rachel Roth graduated from the University of South Florida with a BA in English and a Certificate in Creative Writing. Her short stories and poems have appeared in the collections Smitten and As The World Burns, both from Indie Blu(e) Publishing, and in anthologies such as Darkness Wakes, Pandemic Unleashed, and 101 Proof Horror.
She currently resides in Cape Coral, Florida, where she spends her free time watching horror movies and working for a funeral home transporting dead bodies.
Her love has endured for over 2,500 years without signs of waning as she gathers cast-off children to call her own. The undead redheaded girl living in a Tennessee mall is something the world has not seen before or since. She turns the unwanted and the unloved into a family of the undead.
Follow her drawing of three disaffected and abused teens into her world. In a dark code of justice, they feast on the abusive and oppressive while fighting off all who get too close to the truth with ruthless savagery.