If someone were to dig you out of the ground, claim to be your guardian angel and explain you've probably been cursed most of your life... what would you do?

Saffron Schneider is legally dead. It says so right there, on the newly printed death certificate. So if that's the case, how is it that she's still roaming the streets of Edmonton, dressed as a ghost, trying to scare the hell out of her peers? And what is it about this girl that makes her such a target to angels, devils and humans alike? Saffron's guardian angel, Nemesis, has been given the task of looking out for her, particularly keeping her out of harm's way from the 'dark forces.' No one actually specified how this can be done or what to watch out for. So instead of being helpful, Nemesis is stranded in a human body, left to deal with her own dramas and identity struggle. When she finally attempts to help multiple people at once - whilst barely holding her own act together - Saffron's fascination with all things dark lead her life to spiral out of control...
In a world where everyone holds secrets and painful memories close to their heart, things aren't looking rosy for Saffron (or anyone else for that matter) and it seems like major upheavals are just around the corner...

Randouka follows the story of a fiery-tempered young lady, alongside her well-meaning guardian angel. Both are to face not only the interference from hostile forces, but also the  challenges of growing up and what it means to find your true self.


I am pleased to announce the first issue of Akinese Prints is out in circulation!

I will shortly set up a shop on my site where you can either order an individual copy or a yearly subscription. In the meantime, this edition may be ordered on the Lulu bookstore.


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