Stella Wilkinson is a full time author with nine books currently available, plus three anthologies that she collated and edited for a children's hospital charity. The anthologies contain exactly 100 short stories donated by authors (including Stella) from all over the world. Check out the omnibus edition: Something to Read
Stella lives in Somerset, the orchard of England, land of cheddar cheese and cider. When she isn't cleaning mud off her boots, she wallows in a world where best friends, boys, flirting, kissing and the occasional paranormal creature are what she thinks and writes about. Although she is best known for her hugely successful Flirting Games Series, she also has two stand alone novels and another series titled Magic & Mayhem, which are young adult romantic comedies about a disastrous witch and her crow.
Stella is an enthusiastic (if dreadful) cook, and loves to bake chocolate brownies by the dozen. She also collects antique books and first editions of any genre at all, so her walls are filled with dusty smelly old books on various boring subjects that she treasures and her family hates :-)
You can find her on twitter @fantasyscribble or contact her direct at her website www.stellawilkinson.com. Be the first to hear about her new releases and join her mailing list here: http://eepurl.com/wEMmD
Books Available by Stella Wilkinson:
The Flirting Games (Free!)
More Flirting Games
Further Flirting Games
The Flirting Games Trilogy, Books 1 - 3
Good @ Games
Halloween Magic & Mayhem (Free!)
Werewolf Magic & Mayhem
A Christmas Gift
Something to Read on the Ride (Charity Anthology)
Something to Take on the Trip (Charity Anthology)
Something for the Journey (Charity Anthology)
Something to Read (Omnibus Edition, Charity Anthology)
Stories on the Go : 101 very short stories by 101 authors
on Nov. 25, 2014 :
Love witch books! This one's entertaining, well plotted and well written.
(review of free book)
Kevin A. Lyons
on Oct. 26, 2014 :
As an adult male I'm afraid I'm not the "target audience" for this story. Still, if I'm going to find stories to recommend to my daughter I guess I have to stretch a bit.
I liked this story. It's light-hearted without being silly. There are some original approaches to spells gone wrong, the witch's familiar, ghosts and hauntings, etc.
It was fun.
(review of free book)