I have been writing poems and short stories my whole life but professionally since 2005. I have thus far written two romance novels, and one book of poems and short stories. I have most recently had my newest poem, My LifeSong published in an online magazine. Mystic Mist, Book One in the New Breed Series is in pre-order status at this time, available for pre-orders until September 30, when it goes on sale live. My mind is always buzzing with new stories and I enjoy writing as my muse speaks. I hope you will give me a chance to entertain you. Please let me know how you like my work. Thanks.
on March 04, 2015 :
What an incredible story! I couldn't put it down! I loved it from the moment I started reading, to the completion of the book, so much that I had to get the second book in the series! It's beautifully written. The action pulls you in right from the beginning!
(reviewed long after purchase)
Crescent Suns eBooks
on May 05, 2011 :
Attorney Matthew Kingston is beginning to realize his younger brother might be connected to a mob family and engaging in criminal practices, up-to and including murder.
Advertising executive Justina Lindsey is begining to see things about her boyfriend and almost fiancee that suggest he is not only the son of a crime boss, but actively involved in his father's criminal activities.
In Where She Belongs, by Lisa Vandiver, we discover a convoluted storyline as well as dramatic plot involving two star-crossed lovers whose passions might lead each of them into more trouble than they already have on their own.
For the full review on this eBook visit: http://crescentsunspublishing.blogspot.com/2011/05/engaging-mystery-romance.html
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on April 10, 2011 :
I originally bought this book for my wife, but I was curious and started to read it myself . . . and before I knew what was happening, I was drawn in and, with the exception of a few breaks for sleep, bathroom and food, I didn’t put it down until I was done. As would seem obvious from that statement, this is Page turner and the reader feels compelled to find out what happens next.
The story and characters feel very real and natural. We identify with them and we see them interacting with each other and they remind of us of ourselves and our friends, so when things get heavy the situations feel very intense . . . because it doesn’t feel like a story but feels like something that is actually happening. As I read this story, I was reminded of an Alfred Hitchcock quote: “Drama is life with the dull bits cut out”. That’s what this book felt like to me.
The style is simple and effective and makes the reader feel immersed in the scene.
Overall a great, entertaining read that has a little bit of everything.
(reviewed the day of purchase)