Author: Lisa Cassidy

[caption id="attachment_1846" align="alignleft" width="335"] .[/caption] The fading glow of dusk settled over the old house as Christmas eve began drawing to a close. A breeze whispered through the trees of the forest surrounding it. Drifting snowflakes carpeted the world in white. Another breeze ran through the trees,...

Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. A bead of sweat trickled down my forehead. I swiped at it with the sleeve of my jacket, trying to ignore the anxiousness pressing down on me like an iron weight. Getting in had been easy enough. A short drive. Down two floors in...

Recent research tells me coffee is actually good for you – which is GREAT news because caffeine (in addition to being my favourite thing in the world) is essential to my writing process. So where is the best coffee in Canberra? Here are my fav spots...

A thin tendril of mist seeped through a crack in the sewer grate, giving off an oddly colourful hue. The tendril grew slowly thicker, and brighter, its rainbow glow driving away the dark shadows of the deserted alley. Then, suddenly, a rasping sound came from...