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Chapter Two

Monday Slipping on her camisole, Miette looked in the mirror. She studied the face before her, wondering what lay behind those eyes. The Chief of Staff at the Queensland Bulletin always undermined her. She’d show him she had what it… Read More ›

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Chapter Fifteen: Violated

Blood Bride I believed you were my remedy, I assumed marriage was fidelity, I found out such devilry, My marriage was a parody. First was the cheating, Second, such falsifying, Drug abuse left me crying, My denial, so horrifying. I… Read More ›

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Chapter Fourteen: Grief

Losing You I can feel you leaving, Amidst the grieving, You have said nothing. Is it bluffing? We are alone, I miss your throne. My last anchor, Amidst the canker. Midnight Hour I lie in bed alone, I almost call… Read More ›

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Chapter Eleven: Possessed

Brain Fried Black Eyed Peas, the latest to portray: “Let’s get retarded, bob your head like epilepsy.” Only changed lyrics for money and airplay: “Let’s get it started, bob your head like me.” I am a genetic miracle, a curse…. Read More ›

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Chapter Eight: Raw

Lily giggled excitedly as Jack unlaced her velvet corset. Standing behind her, he moulded her to him. His hands roamed adeptly over her naked breasts, gently rubbing her nipples. With a soft sigh, she leant her head back into his… Read More ›

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Chapter One

A young journalist interviews an avant-garde sculptor. A hidden world emerges, where a Queen vampire rules her coven with an iron fist. Survival is a must. Escape is uncertain.

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Chapter Ten: Parable

Eve’s Punishment “The devil’s agent, enemies of God” screeched the misogynist judge.“Confess your sin and rest in peace; look me not with your evil eyes!”“Demon back!” “Take this woman to hang and burn,” jeered the young guard.“Entertainment for the holy… Read More ›

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Chapter Seven: Broken

Friday Morning “Baby, I miss you.” (Gabriel) Friday Night It was a bittersweet night for Lucy. She went to Dogma, her favourite nightclub, to lose herself in the music. She came alone. Then she saw Gabriel and it hurt. It… Read More ›

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