Through fantasy and on to reality, love connects us all - even in death.
These are the collected works of Dimpra Kaleem.
Nineteen tales of love, fear, hope and fantasy including the award winning
'The Electronic God' and the haunting 'From what side do we echo'.
With over 75,000 collective readers on-line these stories have now been brought together in one place for you to enjoy.
From salvation to damnation.
When an act of desperation leads to a demonic deal, one man must pay the price of his arrogance.
The Horsemen are being assembled - renewed and renamed.
Grief, Fury, Hatred and Lust.
Each with a story to tell.
Following the success of 'All my eggs in one basket' Dimpra Kaleem now brings you the first part in
The Horsemen Tetralogy - 'GRIEF'
"My hand went over my mouth. I really was compelled to read it and was sorry that it ended. This is one of those stories, that you don't want to end"
"I am extremely happy to find that there are still authors out there who can write spell binding prose and tell significant stories. Dimpra is certainly near the top of that list if not on top of it. Wonderful"
Dizzy Hargraves is just trying to get home after a disastrous holiday spent with her overbearing father, but when a seemingly harmless game starts to unravel the secrets of three of her fellow travellers, she finds herself taking a detour that catapults her over eighty years into her own future.
Henry Kepple is a loner, living day to day on the allowance provided through the guilt of an illicit affair between his Mother and her rich employer, but when he encounters the strange girl at Liverpool Street Station it leads to a journey that will end in the most surprising of places.
Dimpra Kaleem presents a new short story filled with light-hearted humour, fantasy and romance - and a rare chance to relive Yesterday's Dreams.
"I loved this new story, 'Yesterday's Dreams', Dimpra. How the heck you were able to think of all that story line blew me away. It kept my interest all the way through and kept me guessing how it was going to end. I always enjoy your little bits of humor here and there. Your stories are unique, interesting, fun and always send me on one heck of mindful ride! It's definitely a 10! I really enjoyed it"
Jama Tucker - Allen
Following on from the success of 'All My Eggs in One Basket', Dimpra Kaleem now brings you twelve more stories of love, laughter, sorrow and sadness.
From beautifully woven tales of love from afar to disturbing and misleading horror, Dimpra Kaleem takes you on a journey that plays with your senses and toys with your emotions.
So sit back, get comfortable and enjoy twelve more eggs, in a different basket.
'This is is the latest collection from one of my favorite writers, Dimpra Kaleem, of New Zealand. I especially like 'Broken Images'. It's bit fantasy, a bit memory and reality, and a simple beautiful love story about two very different people who find acceptance in one another. Read it. You'll be glad you did.
'You know what? I'm going to say it. Dimpra Kaleem has a masterful way with words. Dude writes smooooth. He dances with your mind. And it is a serene, playful dance, rich and engaging.
As a writer I sometimes find it hard to just 'read'. I quiet often find myself analyzing the text, learning from it, or picking it apart.Not here'
Mark Taylor .
Independent Author / Reviewer.
'I really enjoyed these interesting short stories that covered a variety of topics. The author has a great writing style and a way to keep the readers turning page after page as each short story unfolds. I really enjoyed the ones that involved time and recommend them to readers who like a good story with that added twist that makes the tale worth while'.
Independent Author / Reviewer.
From Dimpra Kaleem, the mind that brought you 'Yesterday's Dreams'
comes the new novella,
A highly sexual, character-based drama that explores the innocent flirtations of two strangers, perverted by the stark glare of insanity's lust.
Epiphany Blaze is a middle-aged woman with a troubled past, for having reached the end of her working career she needs to relieve herself of the heavy burden that has plagued her for over thirty years.
Andrew Davidson, a computer programmer who seems to spend his life on the road, is looking for a life less boring.
When these two unlikely people meet in a hotel bar, in a forgotten part of the world, both would find what they are looking for in each others company.
This is the last work of Ernest Wilkins, one of the late 19th Century's most popular romantic novelists and serves as a testament to the strange happenings that surrounded this, the final chapter in his life.
For from the pages of his novels a killer like no other has emerged.
As Ernest, and his faithful friend Hamish race against time to piece together the clues that would see this person hang, it seems that their killer is always one step ahead, but as the chase begins all is not as it seems, for the evidence suggests that Estelle, the one-time heroine from his previous novels, has made the jump from fantasy to reality.
Meanwhile, murders continue to take place in London - Murders committed in the name of his creation.
From the mind of Dimpra Kaleem comes the new novel 'Chasing Shadows'.
Why should the need for companionship mean that you have to define your sexuality?
Margret has come to the end of working career and a life populated with false friends and empty relationships, and all that is left is the prospect of a life alone. The only perverse, and dark upside to this is that her remaining time will be short lived - For Margaret Laine is dying.
When the plane journey home connects her to Alison, a strange but outgoing girl almost half her age, Margret learns to face her true self.
Someone she has little to do with for over thirty years.
In this heart-warming story of new love and self-discovery, Dimpra Kaleem questions the restrictions put on us by age and social perception whilst at the same time reminding us that all life is precious, and none can be replaced.