The Playwright's Woman

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Playwright Kevin F. Darley struggles with both poor reviews and writer’s block. He begins a dalliance with the spirit absinthe and meets – and falls immediately in love with – an enigmatic young woman from his homeland. She inspires and enlivens him, but the man who knows Kevin better than any other cannot help but be wary of the profound and disturbing change that he sees in his friend. More
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About R. J. Creaney

A hungry young writer; hoping to be the next [insert name of suitable fair-to-middling speculative fiction author here].

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Anise Nalci reviewed on April 20, 2012

This is an engrossing short story that is written in a similar format to Dracula. However, there are certain typos that should be looked into, minor errors that otherwise marred a very interesting story.
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