Stan is an ex-cop turned PI, trying to make a living in an unforgiving city.
In between work, his days are spent drinking away his disappointment at the shake that life has given him.
That is until one day, when his best employee and the woman that he secretly pines for, comes in with a tale that turns everything he knows upside down.
The Devil Ate Me Too: Natasha #2
Natasha has arrived in a new country, filled with hope for the future. What she soon finds out, is that nothing is as it seems and that there are some things you can’t outrun.
With the only person she knows unable to tear free from their troubles, can she find the will to make her own way or will she fall victim to the appeal of letting it all go?
In a world where there are burdens far too heavy for frail shoulders, how do you turn down the chance to lay it down?
I'm a poet turned fiction writer, who also happens to be an avid reader. I've had a library card for as long as I can remember and more books than you can fit into a studio apartment.
I have hosted multiple events for poets, musicians and storytellers. I feel most at home with artist because of their quest to have a more profound understanding of things.
As an author I find it hard to escape the perspective of being "the reader", the observer. In this way, I am able to enjoy the stories as they unfold from my hands. It also means that I am very conscious of the emotions that I cultivate in my readers. I know how to provide suspense and build relationships that bind you to the characters.
What I really love about stories surrounding the post-apocalypse and specifically zombie tales, is that it gets to the crux of all of our fears. It speaks to our desire to keep anarchy at bay and of how scared we are at the depth of our own depravity.
My main goal as a writer is to entertain. That being said, if you learn anything new about yourself or the world around you in the process of reading my work, then I feel like I have succeeded in providing you with something deeper.
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