Indigo – a melbourne gothic fiction serial

Have you ever passed someone on the street, met someone at a party, who just gave you the creeps for no reason? Granted, some of them are just creepy people. But you should be aware that some of them aren’t people at all.

Indigo is a paranormal fiction. It  was written week by week (or month by month) as a serial.

You can download a free, e-reader-friendly version at http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/opheliasfiction

or click on the INDIGO link below to download your pretty PDF copy of Indigo – free!

INDIGO

If you’d like to hear about the experience of writing Indigo as an online serial, here it is

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18 thoughts on “Indigo – a melbourne gothic fiction serial

  1. Hi Ophelia,

    Have been reading your story. Casey wrote about it on facebook and I am enjoying it a lot. Good stuff so far and I am looking forward to reading more when I have time.

    Congradulations
    Chrys

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    • thank you – and it’s nice to have comments on the blog rather than facebook – otherwise it looks like no one’s reading it at all! It should be complete this month.

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  2. Hey O!

    Loving your gothic fiction novella..its so not what I read and therefore a HUGE compliment to your writing 🙂

    I look forward to all the instalments with a little ounce of terror!

    X

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  7. I have just this moment finished Indigo, and I’m sorry to have to leave the characters behind. It’s a beautiful story. I found it unsettling and captivating. The characters lifted right off the page (including the character of the house). Congratulations, and I’m looking forward to your next book.

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    • I don’t read feeds, so I’m clueless, but I think I just put the link at the bottom of my sidebar. Please let me know!

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