Tag Archives: mystery


Over the Edge

Posted by Chrissey - 3rd June 2015

Scratchy carpet rubbed my cheek. A tiny pat, pat, pat noise came from just in front of me. I opened my eyes cautiously and focused on a spot a few inches in front of my face. Drips of blood hit … Continue reading


Family Reunion

Posted by Chrissey - 25th March 2013

Nothing ever changes. Father’s big burgundy cushioned chair, his favourite, is in the same place against the wall, situated on a bird-floral sisal rug. I remember how father used to say, “It’s not that you are what you eat. It’s … Continue reading


The Star Coin Prophecy – Part 4 of 4

Posted by Chrissey - 14th January 2013

<< Part 1 We’re sorry! Parts 2-4 are no longer available to read online. If you’d like to continue reading this story, you can download it for free via Open Books and pay what you want, or purchase a copy through … Continue reading


Project Spotlight #2 – Laser Lace Letters by Haley Moore

Posted by Chrissey - 22nd November 2012

>> Great Escapes | Volume 1 and other books In the second of our crowd funding project spotlights, we take a look at Laser Lace Letters. Creator Haley Moore is raising funds through Kickstarter for her combined fiction and craft … Continue reading


The Star Coin Prophecy – Part 3 of 4

Posted by Chrissey - 12th November 2012

<< Part 1 We’re sorry! Parts 2-4 are no longer available to read online. If you’d like to continue reading this story, you can download it for free via Open Books and pay what you want, or purchase a copy through … Continue reading


The Star Coin Prophecy – Part 2 of 4

Posted by Chrissey - 1st October 2012

<< Part 1 We’re sorry! Parts 2-4 are no longer available to read online. If you’d like to continue reading this story, you can download it for free via Open Books and pay what you want, or purchase a copy through … Continue reading


The Star Coin Prophecy – Part 1 of 4

Posted by Chrissey - 18th September 2012

Ruth Anders held her pass up to the security guard at the door. He inspected it closely. “You’re running a little late,” he said. “Local press are at the back, if you’d like to take a seat.” He pushed the … Continue reading


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