After Hours at the Blood Bank
By Terrie Leigh Relf
I was thrilled when several cases of A, A+, B, B+, O, and O+ were delivered. There was also a lone case of the coveted, O-, A-, B-,  AB+ , and AB-.
So many generous people had donated the gift of life. I was speechless. Ecstatic.
So during happy hour, I had a few samples. . .Okay, maybe it was more than just a few. After all, it was still fresh and I wanted to ensure its quality.
Mixing some blood types in humans may be contraindicated and potentially lethal, but for Vampires?
I swear I’ll never take another drink.
Terrie Leigh Relf is a Lifetime Member of the Science Fiction Poetry Association and an active member of the Horror Writers Association. She judges and edits the Great Lake Drabble Contest for Alban Lake Publishing, and is addicted to short fiction. Please visit her website at

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