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  • “Hi Armaan, can we meet today?” Rishi tried his best to suppress his disappointment over the call. Under normal circumstances, he would have celebrated the way the government officials had dealt with Ms. Hynes and […]

    • Not happy to know Rishi practically kicked Armaan’s ass and is now out of the picture. I suppose both men’s egos were at play and now the kids will pay for it. It saddens me.

      Thank you for a great read! Astrid

  • Thank you, Jackie.

  • Hi Rachel,

    This was such an interesting episode! Ann is definitely a worthy antagonist when it comes to Fiona. I loved the dialogue exchange between Patrick and Ann. I feel Ann is judgemental about people but she has some sort of a void in her own life that has embittered her. I am really waiting to see where does her conflict with Fiona leaves…[Read more]

  • Hi Astrid,

    Thank you for your heartening comments and the read! I am glad that you enjoyed the bits of humour interlaced into this scene. Rene is the kind of evil who overestimates the devil. I was nervous I admit. I didn’t know if the scene will appear credible. But your words gave me relief. Thank you again! Be safe.

  • Hi Beth,

    Thank you so much for the read and your lovely comments! I am glad you found the premise believable. I was tense how it would pan out. Hope to hear from you again. Be safe.

  • Hi Rene,

    Thank you for the read and your awesome comments! Yes, Rene knows how to slip away. Question is how long can she put up with this? Let’s hope soon everything she has done comes forth. I am glad that you are enjoying the suspense. Hoping to hear from you again. Be safe.

  • Hi Beth,
    Please accept my apologies for the delayed read! I have been suffering from migraine and of late it’s gotten worse. Your story and the premise is really interesting! This seems to a pack of shapeshifters hiding from common folk. I will have to read more of the series before understanding who is who. But whatever I have read so far gives…[Read more]

  • Hi Astrid,
    Two back to back power packed scenes! This scene was all about chemistry and fireworks! I loved how you capture conflict. Did I say that before? Well, I am saying it again because you are really great at this. I loved the tensed undercurrents between Sophie and Sue. While the antagonism she feels towards the therapist is…[Read more]

  • Hi Astrid,
    Please accept my apologies for a delayed read! I am in midst of a lot of extra work that I almost never thought will come my way. Hence the delay. Please excuse me.
    Coming to the scene, you plot conflicts and intrigues really well. So if I am getting this right, Doris is Woodrow’s mom? Oh God! No wonder why he is so abhorrent. I want…[Read more]

  • Rene sat clutching the steering wheel as the cop tapped on the driver-seat window.  

    “Ma’am,” she peeked inside the car, “could you please….

    Her words suddenly sounded like an incomprehensible mush to Rene.

    R […]

    • Oooh Rene – she is like a cat that has nine lives! But her ruse with the cop is believable. Another enjoyable read and the tension is definitely building! Very well written. Looking forward to next week already!

      • Hi Rene,

        Thank you for the read and your awesome comments! Yes, Rene knows how to slip away. Question is how long can she put up with this? Let’s hope soon everything she has done comes forth. I am glad that you are enjoying the suspense. Hoping to hear from you again. Be safe.

    • the tension was nicely drawn out here between the cop and Rene. And the cop being racist adds to the believability of the whole thing. nice work!

      • Hi Beth,

        Thank you so much for the read and your lovely comments! I am glad you found the premise believable. I was tense how it would pan out. Hope to hear from you again. Be safe.

    • I’m still chuckling over this bit, “Maybe the Devil would offer her safe passage.” No, really, Rene? The Devil would certainly give her a hand, except that she already belongs to him… 🙂

      You did a great job showing Rene’s turmoiled emotions, the cop’s uneasiness and uncertainty, and everything in a single setting. Hats off! Astrid

      • Hi Astrid,

        Thank you for your heartening comments and the read! I am glad that you enjoyed the bits of humour interlaced into this scene. Rene is the kind of evil who overestimates the devil. I was nervous I admit. I didn’t know if the scene will appear credible. But your words gave me relief. Thank you again! Be safe.

  • Hi Rachel,
    Such a masterfully emotional scene! I was moved, happy, delighted and even upset towards the end. Your writing has a power to evoke so many emotions with such simplicity of diction.
    I really enjoyed how you described Michael’s reaction on being discovered by his mother, the flashback about childhood memories and then the twist in the…[Read more]

  • Hi Astrid,
    Thank you so much for your lovely comments and the read! I am so glad to know that the imagery and dialogues, though disturbing, felt real. Yes, Rishi does have a baggage that someone needs to help him unburden. I am just glad that Rishi’s dilema came forth the way I had hoped for and all the internal conflicts were communicated. Thank…[Read more]

  • Hi Beth,
    Thank you for dropping by and your wonderful comments! It’s an honour to have such a gifted writer such as you as a reading partner. I will start reading your story little by little as and when I find the opportunity. I am a slow reader, please bear with me. I am so thrilled to know that you have come across my story before this and the…[Read more]

  • Hi Zefira,
    OOO, I love the premise! It was like some crime thriller. I watched ‘Clickbait’ on Netflix a few weeks ago and this reminded me of that. You have sequenced the scene so astutely, the visit to the police station, the apathy of law enforcers. The dialogue was so real and the visuals too. It was as if everything was happening before my…[Read more]

  • Hi Zefira,
    It’s such a pleasure to hear from you! Thank you for your fantastic comments and the read! I am so thrilled to know that Rene, as a character, is grabbing eyeballs, even though she isn’t an ideal human being. Are your thoughts about the cops following her correct? Watch this space for more. 🙂 I was so glad that you loved the part so…[Read more]

  • Hi Astrid,
    Thank you for the read and the awesome comments! Yes, Armaan is playing the part of the protector at the moment. His concern sort of tends to be boundless at times. This might cause a rift in bear future between him and Rishi. What will happen next, it’s up already. Hope to hear from you again! Be safe.

  • Hi Rachel,
    Your lovely comments keep me going! Thank you for them. ❣️ I am glad that you enjoyed the suspense and the chase and that my story draws you from 52 Scenes to 12 SS. I am glad that everything starting from the characters, to the situations and descriptions worked for you. Thank you so much for this read! You made my day! Be safe

  • Hi Sudha,
    Thank you for your wonderful comments and the read! I am so thrilled to know that you were transported into the mind of the murderer, who in this case is Rene. Yes, she has been pulled over. Let’s see what Fate holds in store for her. Hope to hear from you again. Be safe.

  • Hi Charles,
    Thank you for your lovely comments and the read! Thank you for those inputs, I will fix them. I am glad Rene, though evil, is a top draw for this story. Hope to hear from you again. Thank you!

  • Hi Jane,

    Thank you so much for your lovely comments and the read! Rene is a psychopath and I am just relieved that she comes across as believable. She is trying the best to stave off the worst, but let’s see if she succeeds. Hope to hear from you again. Be safe.

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