Wings At Dawn: Order your copies before the holiday rush!

When journalist Alexander Adler, photographer Julian Lopez, and human rights lawyer Matthew Cornwall undertake a valiant rescue mission of kidnapped boys in India, they end up embroiled in a network far darker than they ever imagined. A suspense thriller packed with covert operations, machinations of the mafia, valiant social workers, compromised values, lost childhood, psychological... Continue Reading →

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#authorandphotographer

When I first got involved with social media, I had in mind to maintain two distinct and separate identities: photographer and writer. Somewhere along the way, I realised that this was utter bullshit, because I am not just one or the other, but both. One fulfils the other, and both are integral parts of who... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Shadows

One of the most difficult things about being a writer is having to deal with all the publicity that comes with having to market your book, your image as an author, and exposing yourself to critics, hecklers and non-believers. Being a literary activist adds yet another dimension to this complex and complicated journey, because you... Continue Reading →

Are short-cuts really worth it?

Anyone in the writing and publishing industry will attest to the fact that writing a book, investing all the agonising hours and stressing about everything else that has gone awry in your life as a direct consequence thereof, are the easiest part of the journey (just don't tell the author this just as they have... Continue Reading →

Unapologetically Marie

It took me years to understand the concept that suffering is pivotal to finding the core of an artistic soul. It seemed like too much of a cliche, the starving and suffering artist or writer who crawls through the darkest alleys of life in order to produce a masterpiece. My writing journey began in short... Continue Reading →

The Isma Ortiz Series: Broken Roads (3)

For this Guest Photographer & Short Story Series project, the guests were asked to submit three sets of photographs, the choice was entirely theirs and were not confined to any particular genre or theme. The short stories that ensue are based on the set of photos submitted, and the title of the photograph is imbedded... Continue Reading →

The Isma Ortiz Series: Broken Roads (2)

For this Guest Photographer & Short Story Series project, the guests were asked to submit three sets of photographs, the choice was entirely theirs and were not confined to any particular genre or theme. The short stories that ensue are based on the set of photos submitted, and the title of the photograph is imbedded... Continue Reading →

The Isma Ortiz Series: Broken Roads (1)

For this Guest Photographer & Short Story Series project, the guests were asked to submit three sets of photographs, the choice was entirely theirs and were not confined to any particular genre or theme. The short stories that ensue are based on the set of photos submitted, and the title of the photograph is imbedded... Continue Reading →

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