Marionella

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I have 15 stories published in 0 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 12798 times and 5 of my stories have been cherry picked.
3 of my 63 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 3 votes

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Dimensional Pain

Bring me a binder, She says when moments let her surface 2d or 3d? Asks the woman with dimples but thin lips. Can pain be dimensional? She whispers...

Seven-Eighths

Under the scarred light of a torch, she thinks about the things that hurt the most. Maybe it's the whispers, calling for unforeseen justice. Maybe it...

Screams

As night falls, Jenna realizes the quiet patter of the rain outside the window has stopped. She wonders if it will restart. Part of her hopes it does...

Ownership- A Novel Extract

It’s just interesting to see him, the Buddhist boy called Christian, the writer who doesn’t write, the player who doesn’t play, the flirting object who does not flirt. Just him. As is. No strings attached, or removed. It’s a fascinating experience. Out of body, I tell him.
Cherry

Named after Herself

She slams the phone down and leans against the wall. She can feel hot tears bubbling under her lids, as they always do when she gets angry. She's angry with herself, for saying too much and yet not saying as much as she wanted to.

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3 of my comments have received 3 Great Feedback votes

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Excellent writing. It shines

Posted on Mon, 06 Jan 2014

Excellent writing. It shines with good use of language and is straight to the point while yet never losing the gift of powerful description. The dialogue is brilliant, as are the ideas it conveys. Really, really good. 

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Posted in Decisions

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I agree.  Very realistic and

Posted on Sun, 29 Dec 2013

I agree.  Very realistic and the voice of this person shines through with clarity.  A job well done, Moya. 

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Posted in Now is the Winter of our Discontent A Monologue

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Hey Amogh,

Posted on Sat, 28 Sep 2013

Hey Amogh,

Firstly, just like to say that you write really well! I've read a few Indian authors... Chetan Bhagat and R.K. Narayan, I think. Interestingly, your writing style is some nice mix of the two, which is great.  ever read them?...

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