Nightmares-03

 My 2nd book of horror tales.
Launching at Georgetwon Literary Fest
at Twelve Cups Coffee 6pm on 30th November, 2014

http://www.georgetownlitfest.com/book-launch-regina-ibrahim-and-julya-oui/

My version of the Pontianak that feeds on negative energy

pontianak halloween

The pontianak is a vampiric ghost in Malay and Indonesian mythology. It is also known as a matianak or kuntilanak, sometimes shortened to kunti. The pontianak are said to be the spirits of women who died while pregnant. Wikipedia

An interview by Terence Toh of The Star

a restless wind comes
to take away the lightness
of indecisions

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Briefly existing
in surrender to chaos
that is only grass

My Lemon Babies

Posted: August 6, 2014 in Scribble
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I finally grew my own lemon babies. The lemon smell is so distinct even at this size. <3

When I was still in school I used to go to the bookshop to get my dose of high from books. I found this horrific looking cover which really attracted me and I got it for about five bucks. It was The 21st Pan Book Of Horror Stories. Some of the stories left me in such a shock I had to take time to digest them one at a time. I was amazed, intrigued, inspired, and completely blown away. Subsequently I bought a few more books when I could afford them at random.

It is from here that I read some of the greatest horror stories from The Fly by George Langelaan, The Monkey’s Paw by W.W. Jacobs, Graveyard Shift & The Mangler by Stephen King, The Snail Watcher by Patricia Highsmith, Kowlongo Plaything by Alan Temperle, Pollock and the Porroh Man by HG Wells, The Black Cat by Edgar Allan Poe, and lots lots more.

Someday I’m going to collect all 30 books and relive my childhood days through the eyes of horror all over again.
http://www.goodreads.com/list/show/25720.Pan_Books_of_Horror_Stories

http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/horror_pan.html

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