I am based in Dublin. I run a weekly blog where I discuss about Writing, Arts and other Randomness to provide a relief to my overheated brain otherwise busy writing two children' stories and a Contemporary Fantasy novel for Young Adults. I also published a few short stories and poems in various online magazines. ( See my publications page)
Merryl, 8 ans, n'est pas contente. Bloquée à la maison, Halloween risque d'être très ennuyeux mais quand un Potironet terrorisé croise son chemin la soirée de Merryl est sur le point de changer. Chats Pardeurs et Rats Iboiseurs au menu.
What if the only thing you look forward in life was to dance every Saturday night? What if there was only one night club you truly enjoyed? what if a weirdo kept coming to your favourite night club and look at you as if you were a freak? What would you do then?
Twenty two year old Dublin native Lindsay is about to find out.
4 Short Stories on the theme of "Jungles".
1)Never take a bet with a friend: A Story of two friends traveling abroad going wrong.
2)A Corporate Jungle:
Blackmail does not go too well when working for a corporate company.
3)The Colour of Mind:
Appearances can be deceiving.
4)An Airport Hell Tale:
A sarcastic tale about a passenger trying to catch a connecting flight to Dublin.
4 women's fiction based in Dublin (Ireland) on the theme that Love (re)Conquers All.
1 teenage love story, 1 dark romance, 1 first date romantic story, 1 sexy romance and an e-book to binds them all!
2)See Through Love
3)Cup of Love
4)Like a Tide
A Fairytale about how a very ordinary country became extraordinary thanks two children with magical powers.
As Diem grows up and realizes that he can cut any tree and plant using only his mind, the country's reputation grows far and wide.
That is until a terrible ugly man called Pulkitru declares their country his. Can his sister, Nyx stop this man from destroying their kingdom?
Ellen lives in Dublin, Ireland. She hasn't been dating for God knows how long. And she's made it clear to her brother second best’s friend Virgil that she isn't interested. But then she goes for a drink with him and there goes her plan out of the window!
on April 28, 2012
Is there a good way to break up with someone? Not really but there's definitely a way to write about it and that's what this author was able to achieve in this story. We live this break up with the protagonist.
Heart over Head over Heels
on May 31, 2012
Nice story. Poetic and thoughtfully written. I like the way the character's feelings moves from head to heart through the story. I only found one problem to this story. Way too short! ;-) But lovely ending.
The White Gloves
on May 31, 2012
The sequence of events is a little unusual ( a bit confusing) but we get there in the end. And a nice end.
Nice witty writing as well as a polished style
"she tried to calm down the wildness that was brewing behind the diamonds." I mean nicely done!
Jane Eyre meets Scarlett O'Hara. That would be one way to describe the character.
The Orphan and the Shape Shifter
on June 08, 2012
Show us, don't tell us. You're telling rather than showing how poor or lonely Elizabeth is. Also you should start the story by an action scene, or something unusual to keep the reader reading.