Here you'll find all the contents that were in issue #5 of the Rahaman Reader


Added some photos of myself to the Bio page of

Trying some new marketing strategies(Bookbub and Written Word Media ads)

Planning to implement a new poll soon

In this part, the fifth instalment in the 'Sky, Sea, and Stone' series(600~ words), our narrator tells us of Quil's venture into the heart of the Island of Agalloch. What she finds there sends her mind reeling!

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

Here it is, that short story(10k~ words) I told you about in last week's newsletter! This urban fantasy/horror tale takes place in a fictional coastal town called Seravek

[Tweet @ me if you get the reference ;) ].

The story follows Val, a young woman who is simply trying to make ends meet. As she is doing her laundry one day, she is assaulted by a gelatinous fiend in her own house! 

Experience Val's adventures as she tries to keep her head above water in


Last week, I gave you all a desktop wallpaper created from the cover art for 'Plague From the Sea', but today I have for you a phone-sized wallpaper of the same image!

Again, you can use these wallpapers I create for anything you want. Images for blog posts, profile pictures, whatever! Just be sure to give me a shout out if you do ;)

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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.."