Give in to the Feeling

Chicago 1924. Arriving to America, Susie thought she found everything she never dared to dreamed of in China. But only when she meets Blood, she realises the exciting flapper life she’s been living, the speakeasies, the illegal booze and the daring dances are just a little, unimportant part of the true freedom she yearns for - https://sarahzama.wordpress.com/
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GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - A 1920s supernatural novella - She calls it being true to herself. He calls it betrayal. When she arrived to America, Susie thought she found everything she never dared to dream of in China. But only when she meets Blood, she realises the freedom to dress as she wants, make up her face, drink and smoke and dance is just a little, unimportant part of the true freedom she yearns for

Sarah Zama is a writer of speculative fiction set in the 1920s. A time of great excitment and change. This is what her stories tell

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GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - "Then my associate decided he had gained enough and wanted a family. There were crowds of Chinese in Chinatown, but very few of them where women. So he did what most of us did: bought a wife from home. I thought that was a sensible way to go. I had many women, I mean non-Chinese women. Usually for just few days. But when I set up a house, of course I wanted a Chinese woman."

Give in to the Feeling by Sarah Zama

"Zama combines a vibrant portrayal of the illegal drinking clubs of 1920’s America with the trauma of being a first generation immigrant, then adds a dash of the mystical, to create a paranormal romance that is fresh in both setting and issues."

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