Hiding the Moon

1503, Vauclair Abbey, France - the mysterious death of a Cistercian monk and the even more mysterious disappearance of another one. Could this be what happened? A fictional interpretation of a real fact! More

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Words: 63,040
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311435705
About Irina Serban

“I am a Romanian living in Italy and writing in English.

Through writing, I discovered the best modality of bringing to life an inner world that not even I knew it existed, a world that knows no boundaries, and where everything is possible.

Writing is one of the most magical experiences: seemingly, you are alone, but the Spirit of the World is there, by your side, whispering to your heart secrets, which nobody else can hear. It would be such a pity not to listen and share!

In the end, this is my way of trying to make a difference, to put myself and others in front of a mirror and make us question, since questioning makes us evolve, change and grow."
The author, Irina Serban

The author writes on her blog regularly:

http://www.thewhisperingvoice.com/

and on her official Facebook page

http://www.facebook.com/thewhisperingvoice.

She is a published author (Tribe: Write Magazine, UK; PlumTreeBooks anthology, Ireland; Indies Unlimited anthology, USA).

She has been featured on various blogs, and her works were included in the Indielit Catalogue.

She is the 3rd place winner of an article writing contest hosted by The Writing Studio, with the article "Who is Your Enemy?"

She is also the winner of a flash fiction contest hosted by Indies Unlimited and of the #1story twitter challenge hosted by Tribe Magazine.

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