MALAIKA is free today and Friday (June 14th and 15th). If you have read MALAIKA and enjoyed it, I hope you will tell a friend to download it today for free. So far this little story has been downloaded nearly 30,000 times. Thank you and happy reading.
I WOULD RATHER LIVE SEEKING MY OWN DREAM AND FAIL EVERYDAY, THAN TO LIVE ONE DAY PURSUING SOMEONE ELSE’S DREAM, FOR WHICH I CARRY NO FAITH. ~vh~
Thank you readers for downloading MALAIKA over 55,000 times.
(This one recently gave me a good laugh).
If my past dictates my future, then I am heading toward several more failures followed by at best, mediocrity. ~vh~
The muse has tapped my shoulder and my ear is turned toward her lips. I am waiting for her whisper. ~vh~
"The darkness within that seems to surround us, I assure you is nothing more than illusion—for we are the light. Shine brother… shine!" ~vh~
“How many muses does it take to write a novel? Just one but she better be pretty.” ~vh~
"As a writer:
“In this life, seek your own answers, and quote yourself for a change.” ~vh~
“Why are we here? Perhaps there is nothing better to do.”~vh~
“In the end it will be you and your reflection.” ~vh~
“Ultimately, absolutely everything is temporary.” ~vh~
“How far must I travel?” the boy asks. “Just one step more than you think you can achieve,” HE replies. ~vh~
"If Humanity has any hope whatsoever, it will be found in the artist." ~vh~