Luthiea Wu is a professional writer hailing from sunny Singapore. When not outsmarting deadlines or battling Singapore's tropical climate, Luthiea dreams, plots and writes light fantasy. She roots for the female underdog, and enjoys writing female-centric tales that are strangely manga in nature. On a clear cloudless day, her stories can be found at Expanded Horizons, Wawa in Kids World, and Montage Edition.
And when it's time for her to show other inexperienced writers/artists the way, she leaves tantalising clues at the Aspiring Mangaka & Writers Club blog (http://amwc.wordpress.com).
Published: November 4, 2009.
Fiction » Fantasy » General
(5.00 from 1 review)
Rain Eveil hates demons to the core, for it was they who burnt her childhood village to the ground, killing all who lived there. But when a beautiful but mysteriously familiar demon invades her dreams, Rain begins to question her sanity. Is there more to her dreams than she realises?
Bright Links Dark Links
on Nov. 20, 2011
Being a horror fan, Bright Links Dark Links was right up my alley. The story revolved around Jeanie, a young lady who could see dead people, and the chain of events that soon unfolded into paranormal madness when she visited her new-found boyfriend's house for the first time. The story plot is sound, with enough twists and turns to keep you interested. But being a somewhat avid consumer of horror and gore, Bright Links Dark Links was a tad too mild for me. Character development-wise; Jeanie eventually shaped up from a weak damsel in distress (a quirk that doesn't quite agree with me) to face her deepest darkest fears in the end but the author could definitely do more to make her characters even more memorable.
All in all, a well-written tale of suspense that is well-worth the few hours I spent reading it.