PART A Two weeks went by in a flash and nothing was heard of Black. Kress and his team were starting to think it wasn’t him that attacked Eden. That whoever went after Eden, did so for another reason or it was merely a random attack.  “I am going back home tomorrow,” Eden told Oliver […]


PART A Eden rolled under the white bed cover before her eyes fluttered open in the unfamiliar room. She sat up like she had just woken up from a bad dream and rolled her eyeballs around the room. Realising where she was, she released her breath and plonked back on the bed. Oliver coerced her […]


PART A “Wow! Easy!” Niles’s pulse spiked as he began to realise why Oliver had advised him to use a seatbelt. He fumbled with shaky hands and pinned the seatbelt across his chest.  “I have to get to 16th street in less than fifteen minutes,” she said, focusing her eyes on the road as her […]


PART A Eden was the first one inside Terra Café. She beelined to the coffee counter to place orders for two iced coffees.  “Aunty Eden!” a tiny voice called energetically while they waited for their coffees. The little girl’s raven hair was packed into two pigtails that bounced after her. She trotted to Eden with […]


PART A Oliver returned to the office to wrap up his to-do list for the day and didn’t take a break until he heard two knocks on the door. After seven years of working with him, he could tell Jane’s knock from any other. It was soft, almost hesitant and she always tapped her knuckles […]


Our Woman Crush today is an incredible author: Jacquelyn Frank I read Jacquelyn’s book for the first time in 2013. A friend introduced her to me (thank you, Eden) and she immediately became my first love of fantasy novels. Jacquelyn was the first author that opened my eyes to the possibility of creating a world/universe […]


PART A “Mr Hastings,” the valet, with a belly too big for his ash uniform, smiled as Oliver stepped out of his Benz.  “Rex, hi.” He buttoned his suit and tossed his car key to Rex. “How was your night?” he asked with a friendly smile.  “Well, I have twin babies, sir,” the corners of […]