The Eye Society

Joshua Aria and Joshua had known each other for a year now. They had met at the E-footballers Award the year before. Aria was there with her family, because of her father: Adam Adams, one of the best amateur e-footballers of all times. Adams had never missed an E-F Award, and neither had his wife.... Continue Reading →

The Eye Society

Gloria Gloria liked gossiping with the girls – that was why her visits always took so long. Even though she wasn’t sure that the love story between Michael and Diana was true, she joined that conversation as if it was the only thing she cared about. Gloria, clearly, suspected it was all a hoax to... Continue Reading →

The Eye Society

Brian Reading Ali’s name on the accident report had brought so many memories back to him. Ali Dawn, it could have been a namesake, but Brian somehow knew it wasn’t. That was why he decided to walk the airdriver to the aircar. Of course, One would have been fitter for the purpose, any other person... Continue Reading →

The Eye Society

Aria Aria shut the trapdoor to her home behind her and looked around for the last time.  She used to go up and down that tunnel a dozen times a day when she was little, but that habit was long gone now. The sound of the air purifier filled the long white corridor. Aria’s home... Continue Reading →

Change Of Plan

Photo by Breakingpic How many of you had to change their plans in the last few weeks? I bet that your lives have been a little disrupted by the coronavirus outbreak, just like mine. If you have read some of my old posts, you may remember that an excerpt of my novel had been selected... Continue Reading →

Good News

My mood has been up and down lately. I desperately needed good news. I’ve been writing a novel since last September, and to do so I left the bookshop where I worked; I felt like it was the only option I had. I’ve always wanted to be a writer but my lack of confidence has... Continue Reading →

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