At The Louvre

By Sylvia Heike

The greatest minds in history showed me what I had forgotten. Life comes in colours–only mine was black. On my lips, Mona Lisa smiled.


Sylvia Heike is a speculative fiction writer from Finland. She also Dabbles in other genres and poetry. She’s currently working on her first novel that features androids. Her stories have appeared in Flash Fiction Magazine, Mad Scientist Journal, SpeckLit, and other publications. When not writing, she enjoys hare spotting in her garden and long walks in the forest.

Find out more at www.sylviaheike.com or follow her on Twitter @sylviaheike

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