Fiction: The Art of Mutual Destruction Chapter Forty

Chapter Forty She looked terrible and he had no idea what to do. Adam stared at the blonde hair spread over the pillows and clenched his jaw. Even her hair seemed less bright. Iman was withering faster by the day and it was infuriating him that he could do nothing to help. The culprit was … Continue reading Fiction: The Art of Mutual Destruction Chapter Forty

Fiction: The Art of Mutual Destruction Chapter Thirty Nine

Chapter Thirty Nine “I cannot believe,” Kat began, prying open a tub of ice cream, “that I had to learn from the clean up crew that you killed someone last night. Without any kind of plan, without a go ahead, you just murdered someone and I had no idea until I heard them gossiping about … Continue reading Fiction: The Art of Mutual Destruction Chapter Thirty Nine

Fiction: The Art of Mutual Destruction Chapter Thirty Eight

Chapter Thirty Eight “You’re leaving tomorrow?” Iman repeated incredulously. She stepped further into the bedroom, carefully avoiding the haphazard pile of books stacked near the door. Fareed nodded. “If I’d had it my way, we would have left a month ago,” he grumbled. “I don’t want to waste any more time.” “I know, but... so … Continue reading Fiction: The Art of Mutual Destruction Chapter Thirty Eight

Fiction: The Art of Mutual Destruction Chapter Thirty Seven

Chapter Thirty Seven “You should go see her. Just give her a few minutes first.” Adam said as he closed the door behind him. Iman’s heart sank. “You didn’t...?” she asked, needing to make sure. “I don’t know,” was the quiet answer. “I tried my best but... it depends on her now. I’m sorry it’s … Continue reading Fiction: The Art of Mutual Destruction Chapter Thirty Seven

Fiction: The Art of Mutual Destruction Chapter Thirty Six

Chapter Thirty Six One look at Iman’s ashen face and Adam was yet again fighting back panic. She somehow looked even worse than she had the previous night, almost as though a strong wind would be enough to shatter her. He’d only been gone for an hour. What could have happened to make her this … Continue reading Fiction: The Art of Mutual Destruction Chapter Thirty Six