K. Writerly lives with her husband in Japan where she teaches English to adult learners. She writes historical fiction and supernatural suspense novels. She also writes children's books.
on April 28, 2013 :
The use of the present tense felt very awkward in this story, I didn't see the need for it. This problem was compounded by the closing lines which anchored the narrative to a past event.
The description is sparse, but the characters were nicely defined by the dialogue and although I had my doubts about where the plot was going, it did ultimately work as a story.
(review of free book)