Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Sixty One

Chapter Sixty One A few nights later, Iman waylaid Aabirah on her way up to bed. “Is everything alright?” she asked worriedly. “You’ve been quiet these past few days.” Aabirah was mortified. “Aabirah? Tell me what’s wrong,” Iman pleaded. “I can’t help if I don’t know what the problem is.” “I – I’m jealous,” Aabirah … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Sixty One

Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Fifty Eight

Chapter Fifty Eight A knock at the door made Aabirah lift her head. The low-level fear that she’d been carrying ever since that day began to grow. Jake was home and she’d never given her address to a single person. Out of the corner of her eye, she watched Jake get up and walk towards … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Fifty Eight

Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Fifty Seven

Chapter Fifty Seven Daaem’s head pounded. He’d had the television on for the past hour for some background noise – he couldn’t stand it when the apartment was completely quiet, it felt like a grave – but even that little noise was worsening his headache. He looked around for the remote but was distracted by … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Fifty Seven

Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Fifty Six

Chapter Fifty Six His phone was ringing. His personal phone. Daaem frowned in annoyance. Who could be calling him so late? He debated whether or not to pick up the call. It was so late and he was almost asleep. Maybe he should just let it ring out... It rang so long that finally he … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Fifty Six

Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Fifty Five

Chapter Fifty Five Daaem had thrown himself into work, unable to find anything else to distract himself with. Ironically, he’d accomplished more in the past few weeks than he had for months. It seemed his divorce would have one plus – he’d taken over the lion’s share of work in increasing amounts as the days … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Fifty Five