Tag Archives: Fiction

Visit my Alter Ego Aziza Sphinx TODAY!!!

I’ll be hanging out at a release party  and doing an ask me anything segment. Feel free to drop by on Facebook. Check it out here:  Facebook

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Tick Tock a Reaper’s Knock

The rules for the dead have always been different. From ghosts within graveyards and vampires versus the sun, even demons have their do and do nots when it comes to survival. However, for Wraiths and Reapers, rules are fluid. And … Continue reading

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Playing with Lucid

  So occasionally I like to do those random quizzes and had some interesting results when toying with an excerpt from my story Lucid. Most of you probably have no idea who Vladimir Nabokov is but I studied his work … Continue reading

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Welcome to Killany Pointe

Where bloodlines are tainted and secrets know no bounds… The Vault House Aziza Sphinx

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Wake up Marius…this is real

Marius leaned just enough out of the open bay door to see waves rippling below, their destination barely visible in the distance. “Nobody said anything about jumping out of a helicopter.” Snickers followed his observation, “Welcome to Agency life,” Stephano … Continue reading

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The Daemon Queen awakens

His scent was intoxicating. It made me weak in the knees as I drowned in the heavenly musk. It was also his greatest weapon, making me submit to desire whenever we crossed paths. -Valdis, Daemon Queen

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Demon Scorned

Hell hath no fury like Valdis scorned and all responsible for her banishment will rue the day they crossed her path.

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