Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Forty Two

Chapter Forty Two Daaem needed a plan. A good one. Aabirah had every reason in the world to hate him and he was about to ask her for forgiveness. He wouldn’t blame her if she slapped him and told him to take a hike. Anxiously, he grabbed his cellphone and texted Adam. ‘This was a … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Forty Two

Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Forty

Chapter Forty “I don’t know,” Daaem admitted. “Are you going to give up again and kill yourself?” Adam asked bluntly. “Or are you going to fight?” “I have been fighting!” Daaem screamed. He’d been fighting all along. Wasn’t he allowed to be tired? Wasn’t he allowed to want it to stop? “No, you haven’t. You … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Forty

Fiction: The La Di Da Lady Part 13

Part 13 When I was sixteen, I babysat little kids. By that time, the money made a difference. It didn’t go to bills but it was what let me continue to enjoy the luxuries I’d been accustomed to. The kids I babysat didn’t have the kind of childhood I’d had – those children had nannies. … Continue reading Fiction: The La Di Da Lady Part 13

Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Thirty Nine

Chapter Thirty Nine Daaem had, despite himself, begun to like Adam, though he still thought the older man was insane. In the past few weeks, Daaem had found himself letting his guard down around Adam and though a part of him still whispered that he would regret it, he’d begun to enjoy talking to the … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Thirty Nine

Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Thirty Seven

Chapter Thirty Seven Daaem considered the knife in his hand. Did he want to die? Yes, he decided. He did. It was time. There was nothing left. He’d lost everything, due to his own idiocy. Due, he grinned humourlessly, to his impulsiveness. His father had been right. Every single time he’d warned Daaem, he’d been … Continue reading Fiction: Transmutation Chapter Thirty Seven