Monthly Archives: October 2013

Endless Night || Chapter Nine – Second Act

Endless Night || Heartless City Sequel

Chapter Nine – Second Act

Soo-min winced and shifted slightly against the car seat. The tenderness of her skin from her recent tattooing experience was a constant throb. The tattoo was situated high up on her inner thigh, and unless someone was peeking up her skirt, it wouldn’t be visible to others. The tattoo was still fresh enough that her skin felt rubbed raw. She hadn’t even bothered to closely examine it, just slapped a bandage over it, but not before catching a glimpse of the crimson petals spiraling along her skin. Objectively speaking, it was an exquisite work of art, but what it represented made her itch to claw it off.  Continue reading


Looking for a Beta-Reader/Editor (urgent)

Urgently seeking a Beta-Reader/Editor!

Update Oct 20th: I believe that I’ve found help, please still leave a comment if you’re interested as things are still transitioning. I’m getting back on track with writing and should be releasing Chapter 9 within the week! I’ll be updating using the chatbox on the main page, so check there.

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Endless Night || Chapter Eight – Induction

Endless Night || Heartless City Sequel

Chapter Eight – Induction 

One Week Later…

Soo-min walked silently along the length of the ornate corridors in a section of the Vanity that was off-limits to her.  Tonight was finally her night off, so she’d taken advantage of the free time to enter the club through the staff entrance before changing into attire more appropriate for a wealthy party-goer. Thank goodness the floors are carpeted, she thought, glancing at heavy wooden doors. It seemed that there was more money poured into this section than any previous one she’d been to. Maybe this was a sign that she was finally making some headway.

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Endless Night || Chapter Seven – Gambit

Endless Night || Heartless City Sequel

Chapter Seven – Gambit

Paksa Adeul turned and looked at Soo-min. She stood directly facing him, her usually expressive eyes hooded. The only sign of her emotions were the two bright spots of color riding on her cheekbones in her otherwise pale face. The new speed at which she could now harness her emotions unsettled him. Where had that expressive girl gone? Her unexpected proposal had thrown him off balance, and it cost him precious seconds to regain himself; seconds she was more than willing to take advantage of as she moved quickly to press her case.

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