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Alexandria Ali

Alexandria Ali

Alexandria has a Bachelor of Sciences Degree and currently works in a lab. She's working towards becoming a full-time author and her favourite genres to write are horror and children's. Her first completed novel is for children, but with a slight horror twist - there's some form of horror in all stories. She resides on a small island where there is little interest in her genre, so she prefers to publish internationally.

Wednesday, 26 October 2011 18:17

Johnny Be Gone

When the autumn leaves came John loved to heap them over the low rocks to create a mattress. There he would lay reading, playing with his cars and spying with his binoculars until the daylight waned and his mother called him inside. He and his father gathered the crisp leaves from all across the grounds before the weather got too chilly. When John died no one ventured close to his play area, and the leaves were left to blow over the gorse-covered slope and down to the creeping streams amongst the trees.