Published works, The Fire Opal

The Fire Opal now available on Amazon. Woot woot!

It's official. Both paperback and ebook versions are finally available on Amazon! (Way before planned, thank you KDP for messing with my schedule...) Yes, I'm excited. Yes, I'm freaking out. Just a little bit (liar). Oh my God I really did it. These are the links for the ebook and for paperback! For a limited… Continue reading The Fire Opal now available on Amazon. Woot woot!

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Short fictions

Short story: Augustine

Big news! I'm still alive! Apologies for the long absence, and if Lord grants me some peace I should now be able to post more frequently. Also, I have a huge (for me, eh eh) surprise in store. Till then, here I am with a new short story. Enjoy! *** The atmosphere was eerie that… Continue reading Short story: Augustine

Short fictions

Short story: In the midnight hour

Drawing from my old fanfictions because I had an insane week and couldn't write anything new. This still holds a special place in my heart (along with the person this was written for.) *** When to the sessions of sweet silent thought I summon up remembrance of things past, I sigh the lack of many… Continue reading Short story: In the midnight hour

Short fictions

Short story: I win

From the tenth floor the streets were a world of living Barbies and Kens. Staring down from the mansard, Marie wondered why would her dad prefer to travel around the seas when he could sit there with her and her raven, naming every passer-by, giving them identities, assigning lives. “That one is Rose,” she pointed… Continue reading Short story: I win

Trial and Tribulations of Unexpected Love

Trial and Tribulations of Unexpected Love – Chapter 5

After three changes of clothes, hair pulled up then down again, and having been on the verge to give it up twice, Allison was standing right there where the taxi left her a couple of minutes before, in front of a small and quiet restaurant in North End, unable to move. For some reason she… Continue reading Trial and Tribulations of Unexpected Love – Chapter 5

Previews, The crimson stone

The crimson stone – Preview #4

After tossing and turning in my bed for God knows how long, the idle vampire in me snuggles deeper under the duvet in a vain attempt to escape light. The cold February sun reflecting on the snow carpet creates a blinding light that filters in through the window and makes it impossible to sleep. On… Continue reading The crimson stone – Preview #4

Trial and Tribulations of Unexpected Love

Trial and Tribulations of Unexpected Love – Chapter 4

Allison rushed into the DA’s building. Chloe had kept her on the phone for a good ten minutes discussing new evidence and she ended up being late for the court session. Susan would be disappointed. No, she’d probably be downright angry, since what Allison had in her hands was the folder with the complete list… Continue reading Trial and Tribulations of Unexpected Love – Chapter 4

Previews, The crimson stone

The crimson stone – Preview #3

I had nursed the naïve hope that my days visiting the police department were over, but all the upsetting memories held in that modern building resurface with vehemence as its unique architecture comes into sight. Dom had called me in the middle of innumerable nights to get him out of there; if he wasn’t drunk,… Continue reading The crimson stone – Preview #3

Trial and Tribulations of Unexpected Love

Trial and Tribulations of Unexpected Love – Chapter 3

  “What’s her relationship with the victim?” Allison asked, going through the police report. Sitting on the chair in Christopher’s office, she leaned forward slightly, waiting for his reply; he was briefing her on the new case he dumped on her lap. “Half-sister,” Christopher explained. “The victim was 8 when her parents divorced, the mother… Continue reading Trial and Tribulations of Unexpected Love – Chapter 3

Short fictions

Short story: Suicide Blonde

There was nothing more upsetting than seeing the list of my options slim down by the second, torn to shreds by the frenemy of web searches, aka Google. A lethal combo of meds and alcohol was ruled out for lack of raw material. No access to med cabinets and no doctor friend to supply them… Continue reading Short story: Suicide Blonde