Do you enjoy reading science fiction and fantasy?
Hello! I'm Yaasha Moriah and I write speculative fiction. My stories incorporate the painful, the beautiful, and the numinous, following the pattern of Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, of which C. S. Lewis said: “Here are beauties which pierce like swords or burn like cold iron. Here is a book which will break your heart."
On this site, you'll find free short stories, as well as several novellas. Follow my blog for news on the latest projects and releases, and click here to subscribe to my spekkies-only email list to get a free ebook of your choice!
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
I just finished WINGS BENEATH WATER and I almost cried at the end! The ending was very powerful. This was an excellent story. I would definitely recommend it to fantasy readers!
- Laura A. Grace, author at PagesAndHope.com
WINGS BENEATH WATER is a fascinating tale of the immortal Siyeen and his relationship with the tribal Karagi people. I enjoyed WINGS BENEATH WATER for its highly spiritual undertones and the beautiful character development present between the brothers Uraun and Risha. Intrigue, morality, and the struggle for truth are at the forefront of this story, with a bit of thrilling combat thrown in for good measure. Ms. Moriah's best work yet by far.
- Ben Bourgeois
"I devoured the entire story in one night and stayed up late in order to finish it."
- Martian Kitty
"It had great pacing and will keep you reading all the way to the end... If you're looking for something about the implications of transhumanism, this is it. A great read."
- Ben Bourgeois
"Whoa! What a story! I absolutely love the author’s writing and found the story very compelling. The different and almost clashing personalities of Jennifer and Sophia kept me reading and glued to my seat. Plus, there is a big mystery that even had me itching to solve it."
- Laura A. Grace
"An entertaining and thought-provoking story. Reading it a second time opens up aspects of the story not noticed the first time. Worth reading twice!"
- Lynn Calderwood
"[Immersion] escorted my mind on an adventure across time and space that I will not soon forget."
- Patience Smith
"I was drawn into the quirky and futuristic library, curious and glad that it still housed a classical section. From there, the story lifts and opens, allowing us to peer inside the writer as creator, giving us much more than we may have anticipated. We are not alone. The main character and writer, Paul, feels the same. Intriguing."
- Karen Scheffler