I really enjoyed your short story: Grave Robber - A grave robber get more then what he was bargaining for.
Your style is clear, easy to follow, you captivate the reader and made me curious until the end. Yet, I wanted more - descriptions, details, characters thoughts, noises, fears and much more. I wanted... more, get it? More. Once a WDC author told me something that I never forgot: "Show... don't tell." I hope my suggestion helps you - it sure helped me and probably this sentence made me earn m 1st. place in the Twisted Tales Contest this month.
Could you make your great story - longer? I must tell you - I liked your story - this is why I am asking you to do this if you think you want to, OK? Also, I think you must correct the following things:
"A grave robber get more then what he was bargaining for." Shouldn't it be: ...robber gets more?
"He ran from her as fast as he can." Shouldn't it be: ... as far as he could?
"Something got around he throat." Shouldn't it be: ... the throat or his throat?
By making these corrections and adding more visual images and maybe his deeper, darker thoughts (while digging the graves) would make your story even better than it already is!
Congratulations on your story!
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