A reading from my story Désolé Habibti
You can check it out in the wonderful new anthology from Transmundane Press.
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Just in time for your Christmas stockings – my story Désolé Habibti is in this gorgeous new anthology from Transmundane Press.
About Désolé Habibti
Miriam returns to Lebanon for the last meeting with her great-grandmother. She is made the keeper of the secret to the family’s security. Her ancestors possess a Djinn that has protected their descendants from disasters for centuries. The Djinn can be compelled with one final wish before he is freed. On returning to San Diego Miriam learns her mother has cancer. She now faces a terrible choice over the power at her command.
And if that was not enough there are 24 other stories to gorge yourselves on.
More excerpts, readings and book launchy stuff to come.
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