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Author has written 11 stories for Romance, Supernatural, Action, and Fantasy.
January 25, 2013
So there's a new story up called 'The Friend Zone'. It is fun and humorous and I am not at all biased when I say you should read it and leave me sweet, sweet reviews. I love to read your comments!
SWoW Awards Winners/Nominations
The Attic - Winner, Best Sci-fi/Fantasy, Round 2 (Judge's Pick)
The Other Side of the Mirror: My first real piece of fiction, written oh-so long ago when I was an angsty teenager. About a girl and a boy and what they go through before, during, and after being kidnapped by a pervert.
The Attic: Aysel is a foul-mouth, sarcastic, bratty teenager whose parents get this idiotic idea to move her and her family to Scotland. To a a haunted house. To start a horse ranch of all things. And then, to make matters worse, while she's in the shower the roof caves in and she discovers that there's been a Vampire living in her attic.
The Chosen: Echo has been having nightmares. Nightmares that seem to be warning her of something. If only she'd listened to them before her whole family was killed by the mysterious Hunters. But now they're getting worse. She's seeing the end of the world. And it's not just her.
One Last Breath: Trista Park was orphaned a year and a half ago. Now she's being sent to her third foster home on the other side of the country. Unfortunately, her new fosters have a jerk punk for a son who loves to torture her with Frederick, his pet tarantula. A surprise hit! There's angst, humour, romance and everything else you could ever want. Cute punks, music, and fun characters! Yay! Rated for future mature situations and swearing.
The Friend Zone: Rhys is a sweet guy whose had a crush on his friend Katherine since forever. His friends all think he's an idiot since she clearly only sees him as a friend, but he just can't give up. And then his puppy-love catches the attention of school-eccentric Jules and her friends who decide he needs a 'love coach' to help him get the girl. A fun story where no one is who you expect them to be. Humour and romance galore. Rating for occasional swearing, underaged drinking, and mature themes. Status: Hiatus
Bloodline (working title): I started writing this a while ago, but when I realized it was going very strong and it wasn't likely I would give up on it any time soon, I decided to post it here. The first real fantasy story I have, so be nice to me. Ri'Tai is a simple girl whose life turns upside down when her remote village is attacked by Draygons, the dominant race on her planet. She is taken and singled out to be a pet of the son of the General who led the attack. However, before she can even get settled into her new life, another attack thrusts her deep into the middle of a conflict between the four races. The crest of the Goddess Adeini has been stolen, and the leaders and throwing blame back and forth. Together with a rag-tag group of adventurers, she joins the quest to retrieve the crest and stop an all out war.
A Lesson in First Impressions: When good girl Evie Davidson moves to a new school, she's worried that her last year of high school will be the same as ever: homework, extra credit classes and violin lessons every day until college. But Evie has a plan to make this year different, and somehow her parents agree! For the first week of school, she will make the worst first impression she possibly can, and then see if she can change people's opinions of her. All in the name of university applications, of course. Too bad for Evie things don't go as smoothly as she planned. Especially not when she catches the attention of her school's resident lost-cause, Mason Jurassic.
The Basement: The Basement continues the story of Aysel McEwan, the foul-mouthed, selfish, arrogant and all-around bratty teenager-turned-vampire. The story starts just two months after the end of 'The Attic' and Aysel is adjusting to being a baby vampire and spending her days with Darwin and Iden learning the ropes. And then Darwin is kidnapped. Seriously. Obviously Aysel, despite being newly turned and generally useless, is full of righteous fury and she and Iden immediately set out to find and rescue their baby-faced psycho. In the spirit of not giving too much away, I'll stop the plot synopsis there, but the rest of the story will include Fayer, his overachieving brother Will, even more vamps and a few snooty witches to boot.
Child of the Silver Path: Book One: This story is about Shayde Highflyer, a member of the secret race of the Dregh who live hidden in the Northern Mountains. When a Dregh child comes of age at 17 they receive a dragon to protect them and teach them, according to the Pact made between the First Father and the Great Silver Dragon thousands of years ago. Shayde has been outcast his entire life because he was born looking like an Outisder. This led to rumours that his mother had been unfaithful to her husband and left the pair of them shunned from the rest of their race. But Shayde is convinced that things will change when he recieves his dragon. But on the day of his 17th life day, no dragon appears. Naturally, this is taken to mean that he is not really a Dregh and is cast out of the Valleys to the mysterious southern lands. There he meets with an odd girl named Tash and an outspoken thief who help him on his quest to figure out the truth surrounding his birth and his father's mysterious disappearance. Could it be that he is destined for greater things?
Flight: Written for a ficathon challenge. Arvan can talk to dragons and no one can tell him why. All he really wants to do is live a normal life, but a dangerous secret revealed to the wrong people has him running for his life with his sarcastic dragon / best friend close at his heels. At first he's just trying to keep out of the hands of the Half Moon Syndicate, but after he picks up the winged girl Shanae, a gremlin and a few other odd companions, a simple flight for his life turns into a journey to reveal secrets so old that they've long since been forgotten, and so dangerous that the world once went to war over it and an entire race disappeared. Not to mention that Shanae just has to be so friggin sexy and so friggin annoying at the same time, his dragon spends more time giving him headaches than actually helping and the gremlin is nosy and cynical. Not really the kind of crew you'd expect to be saving entire races, now is it?