These personalized books were abducted before they could reach a friend in Massachusetts, USA. Whoever you are, were they worth it?


Thanks to all the fans, friends & supporters at the launch.

Are writer’s loved?



Woo hoo!
I would like to thank…

The venerable man stood among his secondhand books like a custodian of lost treasures. He saw me browsing about restlessly from the disappointment of not finding what I wanted from the first shop and from the heat that was punishing in this barren building.

He said, “Can I help you?”

I didn’t think he would have what I was looking for but I replied anyway. “Do you have any Pan Book of Horror Stories?”

He didn’t say a word and walked away to a stack of books on the darker side of the building. He flipped every single book that rose like towers of a cityscape, and found the first. He handed it to me and my hands trembled. It felt used, worn, and appreciated. And then there was a second. My heart skipped. And a third. I felt faint. And a fourth and fifth. I couldn’t believe what had happened. I was searching for those books for years.

Now I am able to free the rest of myself I lost in those realms, and recapture those who had escaped within the pages. I’m coming for you my lovelies. It’s time to rekindle a love so deep and dark only we would understand.


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

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