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Beautiful Losers

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Shira is deeply,achingly in love with her best friend, Jean. This is unfortunate,because he’s gay. But with one flippant invitation, Shira, Jean, and hisboyfriend, Sebastian, begin their obsessive journey into the dark heartof sexual excess.When even their own edgy subculture refuses toaccept them, Sebastian builds a new world with new rules to shelter thethreesome. But the baggage they’ve brought with them can’t simply beleft at the door and, when the real world breaches the carefullyconstructed walls, it does so with tragic consequences.Beautiful Losers is the first novel-length work by erotic fiction writer Remittance Girl.More…Constable & Robinson

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The Waiting Room

We are all animals, Sophie, all of us. We think we are so smart – masters of our destinies, yes? We lie to ourselves that we have control. But if it does not rain, we die of thirst. If it rains too much, we drown.”Everyone needs to discover his or her own special place in the world, but Sophie has found it almost impossible. Late one night, in the tumbledown waiting room of a derelict Cambodian train station, she meets a stranger who offers to change her life.Having seen how fleeting and cruel life can be, Alex has found his own way to deal with its uncertainty. With the help of Marcus, his mentor, he has come to believe it is only through artificially imposed order and physical discipline that one can find a semblance of serenity. Alex is certain he knows how to cure Sophie of her existential angst. But lurking beneath his altruism, does he have his own agenda?More…

The Splinter

For thousands of years, man has sought experience of the divine. He has found strange and sometimes shocking ways to achieve it. Dolores Gutierrez has had visions since early childhood. Convinced that God is calling her to holy orders, she has modeled herself on Teresa of Avila, a medieval saint. But it is pain, not prayer, that brings her visions.Acutely aware of the dark history of his own religion, Father Steven, the sensible priest of her parish, is certain that Dolores is far more in need of psychiatric care than a nun’s habit. He seeks the help of a colleague, Brother Simon, to assess the disturbed Dolores.Uniquely qualified to counsel the young woman because of his own struggles with self-immolation, Simon takes on the task only reluctantly; he is not convinced his own demons have been put to rest. Is God really speaking to Dolores, or is it something else?


When Jennifer left the cold and damp of London for the sparkle and bustle of Tokyo, she imagined she’d find a world full of cherry blossom festivals, ancient tea ceremonies and Geishas. What she got instead was a cramped, shared apartment, harassment on the subway and a mind-numbing job as a hostess at the Blonde Chick Bar in Roppongi. With a single, unintentional insult all that changed. She wakes up to find that she has been kidnapped by Shindo: a sadistic Yakuza demi-god who doesn’t take his loss of face easily. Caught between his hatred of all things foreign and a growing obsession with this blonde gaijin, he is determined to make her pay for her rejection in sadistic and degrading ways.`A woman’s lot is to endure,’ says the fox spirit in her dreams, but Jennifer wonders whether there are indeed fates worse than death. Little by little, she finds out.More…


Flood/Drought: Flash fiction by Remittance Girl Flood/Drought is a collection of all my short pieces, flash fiction and poetry written between 2008/2010. It’s a free download from SmashwordsPages: 76 (pdf)Words: 21,100Formats: Adobe PDF and ePUBPrice: Free download this e-book for free

  6 comments for “Published eBooks

  1. August 18, 2010 at 8:03 am

    Gaijin sounds interesting!

  2. Lauren
    April 3, 2011 at 5:40 am

    When will you ever finish the beautiful losers series? It’s so great, I’ve been waiting years for you to finish it?

  3. Sarah
    April 7, 2011 at 11:16 am

    I’m so happy to see Gaijin and The Splinter in eBook form. I most certainly will be buying them once I have a proper device. They were wonderful to read as you wrote them, especially The Splinter. It was a real treat to watch your changes to the story and see how it came to be. Keep up the great work RG, I’ll always keep coming back. 🙂

  4. Forrest Franks
    August 8, 2012 at 2:11 pm

    I wanted to buy gaijin and splinter let me know when I can please. Alsowwould like original version. Thanks f

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