Darnell "Saki" Dickerson

Biography

Darnell "Saki" Dickerson has been writing fiction since he learned how to hold a pencil and hasn't stopped since. He goes by the Pen Name "Saki" which was the name revealed to him by his muse in eighth grade. Darnell will usually be found working through his backlog of "to read" books, planning a "next" book or story before even finishing the current one, spending time with his lovely girlfriend or doing what most people his age are good at - wasting time on Youtube.

Darnell has had some of his fiction and poetry published in high school and at his local library and has even won a few scholarships for it. He has a strong love of reading and writing Fantasy and Sci-fi fiction as well as a deep, morbid fascination with the darker side of the Horror/Thriller genre.

He is currently publishing short fiction and going through final revisions of his first novel.

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Books

Flowers: A Short Story of Love and Death
By Darnell "Saki" Dickerson
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 5,850. Language: English. Published: September 9, 2012. Category: Fiction
(4.00 from 1 review)
George and Chloe are High School sweethearts nearing the end of their senior year with a serious problem. The adorable, inseparable couple that everyone sees smiling and holding hands is a façade. Behind George’s doting ways and charming smile lies a jealousy and paranoia so deep it drives him into a blind rage that is best kept under wraps.
Tea Time
By Darnell "Saki" Dickerson
Price: Free! Words: 2,510. Language: English. Published: September 5, 2012. Category: Fiction
0.25 star(3.25 from 4 reviews)
Come, have a seat… Meet Ms. May and Ms. Joyce Anderson two loveable, spunky residents of the Crossroads Nursing Home as they sit together for afternoon tea. But keep your wits about you, there’s more to this place than meets the eye. “Tea Time” is a Saki Short Story and to say any more would give too much away, but one thing’s for certain, this is a tea party you will never forget.

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blood    death    elderly    high school    horror    insane    jealousy    love    murder    necrophilia    psychotic    rage    saki    short stories    short story    suicide    tea    teen    thriller   

Smashwords book reviews by Darnell "Saki" Dickerson

  • Forever Boy on Nov. 20, 2012
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    I didn't know what to expect going in but Lita Burke did not disappoint. Her love of fantasy literature is obvious from the onset as she paints a very unique and intricate picture of this new setting. The story was extremely original, I've never read anything like it before. You may be a little lost going in to it at first, I know I was. I had never heard of this genre clockpunk before, but similar to the steampunk genre it is a world both familiar to ours, yet vastly different. Being thrown into the story the way you are at the beginning only makes you want to run and explore this immense new world, like a dog who has finally been let out into the yard. The characters are very stoic and seem to have an almost mechanical nature at first (which is very fitting for a setting like this) but before the story is half over you find yourself warming up to them and genuinely wanting to spend more time with them. Especially Furgo, Bright and Copernicus. Lita Burke weaves a very imaginative and exciting story with Forever Boy, and lays the groundwork for a very intricate and expansive fantasy series. I can’t wait to board the airship again.