Singapore Wept by Cas Blomberg, published now in Zetetic

by Karen Hagersten

Singapore Wept is really about making sense of senseless violence. “It's a survivor's tale,” says Cas Blomberg. “In the end as human beings, we find something, anything to keep us moving forward. We don't give up or give in to despair. It's a short story about loss, but it's also about perseverance and healing.” 

Read the story at Zetetic: A Record of Unusual Inquiry. Other Cas Blomberg books and short stories are available on Amazon and Smashwords. For a list of her work see Cas Blomberg Publications

Cas writes speculative fiction and poetry and loves creating impossible and strange worlds. Her stories’ exploration of darkness and light creates a whole in which it is possible to confront demons. Cas also writes about women as they tackle life. Cas joined the Stockholm Writers Group in 2014.

“If even one person relates to one of my characters in a meaningful way, I've succeeded as an author,” says Cas. Visit her blog at www.casblomberg.com.