Author of - Blissfire
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Charles "The Solver" Splints sits at his desk waiting for the clock to run dry as he sips from a glass. Before he heads home somebody always walks in with their troubles. He's taken on gang leaders, criminal masterminds, stalkers, and even the cops. This gumshoe doesn't mess around. See his stories here as well as on my site for poems and shorts that feature even more of the hard-boiled detective known as "The Solver" : http://deeliopunk.com/booksfiction/detective-fiction/charles-the-solver-splints/
Each story will take you on trips to different worlds, other realities. Charles Splints doesn't take kindly to harsh words in Devil, Jaki sets out to save his people from the Dark Second Sun, and Banton is watching his perfect life fall apart before his eyes - but who's behind it all?
I've provided both reasonably priced ebooks alongside free ones to bring something out for everyone. Not sure you want to pay .99 cents for an author you never heard of? I understand, give me a try with one of my free ebooks. Leave a comment no matter how you feel about it, I'll appreciate it all the same.
on Jan. 10, 2014 :
Even though this is listed as a piece of fiction, there may ever well be much of the author in these words. As the title suggests, this narrative follow a list-like pattern. it shines light on the narrator’s aspirations and some random tangents a mind can wander on.
I could relate well wit the narrator, not only because he is a writer, but also because he seemed to dwell on many thoughts I find myself considering often, as well.
This might be a short piece, but D.E.E.L’s style is one to be appreciated, for its beautiful simplicity and poetic feel. It was a great introduction to this author’s work, for me as a reader.
(review of free book)
Cinta Garcia de la Rosa
on April 18, 2013 :
When I sent D.e.e.L my set of interview questions, I knew that I was going to get the most original answers possible, and I knew that his interview would be different to any other interview by other authors. To my surprise, he wrote a short story "according to my list", and, once more, he left me dumbfounded with the way he has of creating beauty from the simplest thing. If you want to know more about this author, this is the story to read. Let the words fill you with images, sounds, and even smells. You won't regret reading this short story.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)