A Little Splash of Colour

Almost everything in the room was green, from the emerald tiles to the olive chairs, to the lime table, to the virescent curtains. When Lady Sinclair chose a theme, she committed. The two interruptions to the colour scheme – a splash of red and a deep, metallic grey  – would ordinarily have been welcome additions,... Continue Reading →

Sign of the Rose

Hey everyone! Sorry for being gone so long – I'm going to try to get back on top of posting – but I return with exciting news! My short story, "Sign of the Rose," has been published by Crimson Streets, who also published "The Lazarus Riddle." It's a Victorian-era murder mystery which I'm quite proud of.... Continue Reading →

The Eyes of Flowers

They kept sending her flowers. She couldn't bring herself to throw them away, these symbols of kindness, so they coated every surface, turning her house into a jungle, a rising and falling mass of green and white and pink. Each morning, she walked amongst them, the slowly dying flowers looking at her like eyes, staring,... Continue Reading →

A Masquerade for the Damned

In whirlwind circles, hand in hand with their partners, the dancers danced to the the song of violins arguing with flutes, and a heartbeat drum collaborating up with tambourines. To the untrained eye, the ballroom was chaos, but in reality, the dance floor was a perfect orchestration, the dancers the marionettes and the music the... Continue Reading →

The Final Teaser- A Synopsis

The Living Authors' Society is proud to announce: Spiral- A Death Foretold Millionaire actor Webster Dowling Blue knows that he will die at Midnight on the 7th of September. His prophetess told him. When the police refuse to listen to him, he charges skeptical private detective Kenna McAlister with a seemingly impossible task: prevent his... Continue Reading →

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