PeakSeasonforMurder_GailLukasik: An energy seems to flow through the entire work and keep what could be a depressing and horrific tale above all the darkness that must be enclosed. Mystery readers take heart; this is definitely a solid and intriguing story of murder, mystery, and at time mayhem.
The Cursed Princess (An Island of Sorellina Romance) by Alexandra Marell has a bit of everything to keep readers pleasantly enthralled. If, like many romance novels, this were a simple boy meets girl, boy falls for girl, couple has troubles, and boy wins girl, it would be nothing new under the dusty moon; but this tale is so much more. A simple pair of star-crossed lovers this is not.
Sandra Farris’s fictional short story, In Search of Alan Hawk, is written in the tradition of the morality fables, which, as everyone knows, must end with at least one character learning a lesson. Written in first person, its main character, Samantha Edwards, comes off, in the beginning, as a somewhat self-absorbed high-maintenance piece of work. She judges others by her own preconceived notions based on hearsay and circumstantial bits and pieces.
Budding Magic by L S Fayne, the first book in the fantasy fiction series, is a wondrous and beautiful telling of the tale of the O’Byrne Daughters. The children of Aine and Keegan O’Byrne have all inherited the magic that runs through their lineage; this novel explores their lives during and after the passing of their parents. The cover does not do justice to the content. It is a magnificent tale, which is wonderfully written.
Diane Emley’s murder mystery, Fast Friends, is a multi-layered tale woven of lies, family secrets, and misplaced loyalties. The tale has more twists and turns than a snake’s slither and just as much venom. Weaving a web most spiders would be jealous of, Emley’s tale covers the lives of two families entwined by close living, working, and their children’s friendship.
Hello, this is Dranyx Wicked and I'm here to tell you all about my new book series, Witches Darkness, which is being written as we speak. This site will hold many other things such as sneak peeks, details on my characters and fun interactions with them. I'll be doing interviews with some of the characters from the books, and will also post a few pictures of my characters, so you might get a better image of them.
Just Remember to Breathe by Charles Sheehan-Miles is an enthralling love story that delves into the extremely relevant issues of Posttraumatic Stress Syndrome, Childhood abuse, and class-induced stereotypes. It is a poignant and sometimes emotionally overwhelming experience of both life and love. One of the aspects that make this tale not only touching, but also sincerely realistic is that the tale is not made of sunshine and roses.