Crystal Stevens
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Joined 11-06-06, id: 545709
Author has written 1 story for Fantasy.

I guess I’ve been a story teller at heart ever since I made up stories to tell to my younger brothers when we were kids. I grew up reading superhero comic books and watching the original Star Trek series on TV. I’m sure I must have seen the original Star Wars movie at the theater at least 15 times after it first came out. All of this helped fire up what many of my friends and my family have called my over-active imagination. My favorite part of life has always been the ability to slip away from the everyday and the hum drum to explore new possibilities in places I know I’ll never be able to go to or see for myself. That’s the place a lot of us like to call “make-believe” when we were kids. So, I love to write about imaginary lands or of situations that would never occur in the real world. I hope you are the kind of reader who enjoys fast paced action combined with humor and wit along with a surprise or two. Care to join me on a trip to far away places and escape for a little while into something extraordinary? Then you are definitely in the right place.

One word of caution: I’m a very busy person with lots of responsibilities. So, I may not make quick additions to my stories, but I will get them up as time allows. So, please be patient with me if they are not finished right away. Thank you.

My apologies for not making any recent submissions, but there is a reason for this. I will be trying to publish the first book in my trilogy very soon, and one of the published book authors I have been in touch with said that most book publishers will not consider an online story for publication. So, everything is on hold, for now, and I may not be making anymore submissions on fiction press... at least for quite some time. My thanks to those who have read my blue dolphin story, and a big thank you to Nina Kindred for referring me to this site.

Secret of the Blue Dolphin reviews
When Peter and Christine Lucas go on a working vacation, an unusual bright blue dolphin helps them rescue a drowning boy. A nosey reporter tries to make a connection between Pete and the dolphin that only makes Chris wonder if it's true.
Fiction: Fantasy - Rated: M - English - Fantasy - Chapters: 17 - Words: 46,871 - Reviews: 6 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 3 - Updated: 1/24/2007 - Published: 11/23/2006 - Complete