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: Hidden Blessings Epilogue

Epilogue Faaiza had been wrong. She’d had no way of knowing it then, but Taskiya Mansoor was eerily similar to a boil in an unsightly place – annoying, painful to live with, and difficult to make budge. She had the sense to avoid Faaiza herself but suddenly, she began to pop up everywhere and it … Continue reading Fiction: Hidden Blessings Epilogue

Fiction: Resisting Taqdeer Chapter Seventy Seven

Chapter Seventy Seven I’d been told time and again that falling in love meant fireworks, heart-stopping spectacles that would consume you. I’d never felt that kind of love. With Mirzaq, I’d been swept away – but only because I’d been so determined to make him my lifeline. Now, with Zaakir... There was no mind numbing … Continue reading Fiction: Resisting Taqdeer Chapter Seventy Seven

Go Look for the Light

Pro Tip: Surround yourself with people who make your heart happy. I've come to the realization that pain and grief are inevitable. You will go through trials and hardships and they will be awful and gut wrenching and you'll hate everything. Those will be the worst days of your life. You will too beaten down … Continue reading Go Look for the Light

Fiction: Resisting Taqdeer Chapter Sixty Three

Chapter Sixty Three I was beginning to think that I’d bitten off more than I could chew. A decent number of bags littered the floor around us and I’d planned to leave after hitting two or three more stores anyway but, looking at Amira now, I knew it was time to go. I didn’t know … Continue reading Fiction: Resisting Taqdeer Chapter Sixty Three