Two Malayan Regulars! This had the makings of a very good story.
Category Archives: Courtesans of God
Time, the muscle that ripples from the shoulder of God, was flexing once more, pulling them away from this place.
The tall one is so handsome, she thought. My father will be so proud. I hope he lets him live. For a little while, at least.
“My dear, I don’t think Catholic girls are meant to do all the things you intend to teach her. I’ve heard what goes on in your … temple.”
“When I was a boy, you would have been killed for that, British law be damned!”
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…and the tide goes out. but the beach stays sand, and the sea stays salt. It is the sand and the salt that I’m writing about.” …Randal Jarrell Good morning, Literati, from Oceanside California, and the towers that are A Word with You Press. Went down to the beach this morning with my drug of choice […]
Here is chapter three of the saga The Courtesans of God. Chapters one and two can be found in “Departments, Thorn’s Blog” Chapter Three Sarafina rocked slowly and deliberately in the shade of the zinc roof that flared over the veranda. She fanned herself, and stared at the open gate half hidden […]
Good morning, Literati. Selemat Pagi! (Malay for good morning) Here continues the true story of the exotic woman/child assimilated into the temple of healers on the Malay Peninsula “so ethereal of spirit they left no footprint where they stepped.” And, oh, by the way, the mother of my three children. Please help our site regain […]
Ahh, Literati. What’s in a name? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet. A thorn by any other name is still a prick. But a Title for your work is important. I am posting the first chapter of a completed novel to be published by A Word with You Press in […]