"There is a certain inexplicable joy in seeing a creation of yours inspire someone else." - Me.
It's been awhile since I had a story from the 'land where all is not as it seems'... Amberville.
Amberville's a fictional land I'd made up for writing crime thrillers of a 'filmi noir' style.
Amberville still remains the most read story on the short fiction publishing site d.ustb.in ( In case you're wondering if I'm blowing my own trumpet, let me reassure you - I ain't just blowing my trumpet - I'm lifting my collar and doing the cha-cha-cha in the middle of the roadside too as I type this !! )
Follow ups to Amberville included Payback, Guardian Angel and The Confession, besides an extremely long prequel Chasing August, written in 2006, that is still among my personal favourites honestly and was actually inspired by a 'alternative form of prayer' I witnessed on a local channel back then.
Anyway, I was happy to recieve a mail from Dr Rohan, a fellow blogger, asking me if he could use my town for his own interpretation on what life in Amberville would be. I loved the idea of getting to see it from another blogger's point of view and really enjoyed his take on it too when I finally read it.
Without further adieu, I present to you "Murders at the Hospital".
Do tell me and him what you think.