Tag Archives: Russia

WEP: Puss in Spots

This challenge, Reunions, is the installment #4 of Tasya’s story. I started it in the previous posts for the WEP. For those who are new to the WEP blog hop, the story progressed chronologically in the following order, until it … Continue reading

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WEP: Golden Fish

I’m continuing Tasya’s story, although this episode took place after the first one, Back of the Drawer, but before the second one, Peace & Love. Tasya is still pregnant. I hope Yolanda and Denise from the WEP website, as well … Continue reading

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WEP: Shielding Misha

When Yolanda, Nila, and Denise from the WEP website came up with this nifty challenge, I thought: cool! So many possibilities. Unfortunately, the story wouldn’t gel for quite a while. Until the last moment, in fact. My approach could be … Continue reading

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Two girls switched at birth

In 2013, I published a novel Lost and Found in Russia about 2 babies switched at birth and one mother’s search for her biological daughter 30 years later. Little did I know such cases sometimes happen in real life. Here is … Continue reading

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Art-inspired story

My new short story on Wattpad, Sylphid’s Legacy, is not a fantasy. Unlike most of my stories, this one is general fiction. It was inspired by the painting on the cover. Zinaida Serebryakova, the artist who painted the picture, is … Continue reading

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My novel precipitated the real thing!

In my novel Lost and Found in Russia, published in February 2013, two babies were accidentally switched at birth in Russia. Then, 34 years later, one of the mothers discovered the switch and began searching for her biological daughter. Imagine … Continue reading

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