Books

Crafting in progress. . . But I’ll give you glimpses of them.

SHORT STORY A
MYSTERY FICTION

This marked the beginning of my writing seriously. Albeit low quality, a milestone nonetheless.

Hint: Beginnings


BOOK A
MYSTERY FICTION

I started with love which turned into disdain, yet the Conductor prompted me to set it aside instead of giving up. Will this be published? We shall see. Its story is closely tied to Short Story A.

Hint: A feather


BOOK B
LITERARY FICTION

A story that hits close to me and to several hundred thousands of other people.

Hint: CIDP, auto-immune


BOOK C
MEDIEVAL, ALLEGORICAL, FANTASY FICTION (no magic)

Began as a leisure project, but the Conductor might want me to write this. The question is when.

Hint: The Book


BOOK D?
MEDIEVAL, ADVENTURE FICTION (no magic)

An unfinished work I started during high school. Its initial intention as a short story soon realised as a potential novel seven years later. This may be remained as a leisure project; unless. . .

Hint: A ring


BOOK E
LITERARY FICTION

The Conductor seems to want me to write this despite it being out of my comfort space and beyond my crafting skills.

Hint: See picture


BOOK F
NON-FICTION (a compilation)

The first book I began before I started writing seriously. It comprises of personal letters which I would email to my close friends. Actually, I wrote Short Story A in these letters.

Hint: Transit


SHORT STORIES
ALLEGORICAL (a compilation

A new idea spurred my desire to write stories that are short enough for parents to read to their children before tucking them into bed, that opened children’s minds to Biblical Truths, that remind parents of Him, and stories that bring a family together through Christ.

Hint: NA



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