PARANORMAL The Lonely Children by Lamees Alhassar

PARANORMAL The Lonely Children

Paranormal the lonely children

Fortune telling
Capturing of souls in portraits
Curse of a woman scorned
Traveling through dimensions
Mechanical and electrical disruptions
Unexplained disappearances
Spontaneous combustion
Speaking with spirits
Demon possession
Evil leading to murder

These are just some of the things that this world considers PARANORMAL

Genre: FICTION / Ghost

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Horror

Language: English

Keywords: short stories, paranormal , horror, ghost

Word Count: 6401

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Sample text:

The man parked his taxicab by the side of the road. He then shut off the engine and glanced around. He could see a couple of people walking by on foot. Across the road was the entrance which led into the city’s train terminal.

This is always a good spot to get potential passengers, he thought.

He glanced at the clock on his dashboard.

The time was 10.32 AM.

From the benefit of hindsight and years of experience as a cab driver, he knew that the next train was going to arrive by 11.00 AM. That meant that he had less than half an hour to wait.

But I am not going to be idle during that period, he thought to himself.

Taking his eyes off the train terminal, he glanced at the brown bags on the seat by his side. He checked the labels on the four bags. They were all fast food meals packed by a popular restaurant in the city. He nodded at no one in particular and checked their labels again.

Three of the bags had a black sign on the side of the bag. The sign was similar on each, and resembled the capital letter G. At first, no one would easily recognize the signs. They were small and made to look like part of the markings on each of the bags.

But he knew better.

He knew what the signs meant.

And they were on three of the bags.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Daniela Di Lisio
Author review:
Daniela is an amazing translator, I really enjoyed working with her. I look forward to working with her again. I highly recommend her.
Translation in progress. Translated by Tanya Quintieri
Already translated. Translated by Anna Sigillo
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Anna is an amazing translator, I really love working with her. Her work is excellent, I would recommend her to translate any book.
Already translated. Translated by Bruna Damasceno de Freitas
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Bruna is an amazing translator, I really enjoyed working with her, she did a fantastic work, I am looking forward to working more with her.
Already translated. Translated by Oana Fialcofschi
Author review:
I worked with Oana and this was our first project, she did an amazing job. I would love to work with her again.

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