Here you'll find all the contents that were in issue #4 of the Rahaman Reader


I have removed the 'Reviews' section and have replaced it with a 'Polls & Quizzes' section. I also changed some of the page backgrounds for aesthetic reasons. 

I have made a hidden sub-page of the 'Polls & Quizzes' section for subscriber-only polls! I will be linking this sub-only poll in future issues of 'The Rahaman Reader' for new subscribers.

Check out the sub-only poll and let me know what you think of this newsletter so far!

Next week, instead of giving you all a poem/flash fiction, I'm going to be doing something a bit different. In next week's issue of the Rahaman Reader, you will be getting the weekly instalment of SSS, but you will also get a FULL short story (10'000 words).

This short story is titled 'Plague From the Sea' and is an urban fantasy/sci-fi tale about a epidemic that makes life in a small coastal town a living hell!

Here's a desktop wallpaper made from the cover art.

Here is a short excerpt from 'Plague From the Sea' to get you hyped!

Here is the fourth part of the SSS series. Our elderly scholar, and scribe, recounts a very telling conversation that Quil had with a new acquaintance. Answers Ahead!

As before, you can get the file for this story in 3 different formats, so you can read it on any device!

The first three chapter of 'Inner Expanses' as well as 'Cyan Skies' and 'Pilgrim of the Planes' will be in a newsletter building promo starting on May 15th. That doesn't mean much for you guys, as you are already subbed to my newsletter! But, this could be a great place to find new and interesting stories from lesser known writers.

Check it out!

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"Approaching the docks, we heard the violent smashing of wood and the clanging of metal being pounded through the cold veil of white mist that hung in the air by the coast. With a sudden gust, the pale haze cleared to reveal a beast from the brine like none I had seen before or after my time on Kioshell Island. It was roughly the same size as the fishing ship that had ferried me here and was in the process of tearing apart a vessel of similar proportions with a cold fury, pausing only to fling away huge bits of debris or adjust the monstrous maw that was its shell: the living, partially decomposed head of a sky serpent.."