My mission statement for creating The MuseItUp Club.
Throughout my career as a writer I found that there weren't any online critique groups that supported and helped the writer of various genres. I've been privileged to be a member of various critique groups which were aimed for children writers or flash fiction, but none that offered me the choice to join one with the various genres that I liked to write.
That's why The MuseItUp Club was founded.
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At a trendy Turkish tavern one Friday night, astrophysicist Gabriel Diaz meets a mysterious young woman. Captivated by her beauty as well as her views on good and evil, he spends the next several days with her. Soon, however, he begins to notice a strangeness in heróher skinís abnormally high temperature, her obsession with milk products, her child-like and bizarre behaviour as she seems to take pleasure in toying with his conscience.
The young woman, Kamilah, invites him to Rize, Turkey, where she claims her family owns a cottage in the woods. In spite of his heavy workload and the disturbing visions and nightmares about his sisterís baby that is due to be born soon, Gabriel agrees to go with her.
But nothing, not even the stunning splendor of the Black Sea, can disguise the horror of her nature. In a place where death dwells and illusion and reality seem as one, Gabriel must now come to terms with his own demons in order to save his sisterís unborn child, and ultimately, his own soulÖ
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