Alia's Angel

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Newly undead Angel can't understand her need to return over and over to the abandoned child called Alia, the little girl who feeds Angel small cups of blood. More

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About Rhea Rose

Rhea is a Vancouver, BC writer known best for her short stories, but she has now moved on to novels! (Although, she continues to write stories for a break from the novel writing!)

Her very first short story "Chronos' Christmas" was nominated for the Canadian Aurora Award. Another short story, "Shadow Hunter" (a.k.a. Duty Free) was nominated for the preliminaries for the Nebula award, (as was a reprint of Chronos' Christmas). She recently completed her MFA in creative writing at UBC. She also attended SFU where she got her Communications and teaching degree. She supports her writing by teaching high school English and Art. Rhea participated in the Clarion West writers' workshop and the Kansas Writers' workshop (James Gunn and Kij Johnson) and has been writing ever since.

Many of her short stories and poetry have appeared in the Canadian Tesseracts anthologies from Edge Press. Her poetry has been nominated for the Rhysling award . She has had multiple honorable mentions for her horror stories in Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year. Look for an excerpt of her first novel "The Final Catch" at

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Review by: Joe Roads on Oct. 16, 2016 :
I gave this short story 5 stars because even though short works often seem unsatisfying, this one gave me a craving for more in a good way.
I felt I received a tantilizing appetizer of each character and wanted to find out more. The two children are even more intriguing and mysterious than the gritty femal Vamp.
I hope we see this turn into a novel.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Ardy on July 16, 2012 :
This is a well written story. There were a few formatting errors, but that didn't take away from the experience. While I am not a big fan of reluctant or confused Vampires, I do like this one's take on figuring out exactly what the monster wants and what it is becoming. Pier is an interesting character and I would like to hear more about his story.
(review of free book)

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