The past was interesting the present is fun and the future exciting.
My writing began just before retirement, having spent many years travling the world and studying, I gained a BSc in anthropology and food science and an MA in my 40s.
Among my many interests I include reading, ecology, ethics, crazy patchwork, gardening, food,
climate change, music,family history and sustainable living.
The Sefuty Chronicles are fed by my many interests and experiences, by my concerns and hopes for the future of the planet.
Where to find Alberta Ross online
Where to buy in print
The Fiddling Feline, the Flea and the Frog et al
Alberta’s new collection of Tales offers a handful of 'Once Upon a Time' stories. Twisted, slightly shuffled to one side and wrapped in a modern day perspectives.
Find good and evil in equal measure.
Discover greed and vanity.
Cheer the lovelorn and boo the wicked.
Observe the shape shifters, princesses and talking animals.
A patchwork of Perspectives Vol 3
Alberta's third collection brings us 16 very short stories. As usual she ranges from the everyday to the fantastical.Sit back and just enjoy them.
A patchwork of Perspective Vol2
Here are more tales which will lead you along the perilous paths from exotic locations to the dark shadows of the night. Relax and enjoy the experience.
A Patchwork of Perspectives Vol 1
(5.00 from 1 review)
From innocent childhood to old age Alberta weaves her tales. From playtime to murder with a side dish of the fantastical.Enjoy the experience.
Jack's Tale:being the third of the Sefuty Chronicles
Imprisoned behind rings of mines, deprived of resources, settlements battle famine, natural disasters and despair. The land to the west and north of the City untouched by any law for over 50 years is a more perilous place than they had imagined and soon our companions face conflict and danger. Disaster threatens the close knit band and relationships begin to founder under the stresses of war.
The Storyteller's Tale
It is 2116 Ellen and Bix,their children and Jack have moved out of the City,settled in Blaisemill to gain skills for survival in the wilderness.They start opening up the beleaguered settlements and establishing Trade Routes. Jack takes on Keira Baha, Blaisemill’s black sheep, to be their guide. Many in the village consider she is mad as well as bad and that the Ferals have made a mistake.
Ellen's Tale - first of the Sefuty Chronicles
(5.00 from 1 review)
In a world devastated by climate change,Ellen, sheltered child of the City falls in love against all odds with Bix, a geneticaly manipulated soldier. Unable to face a life apart they have to find a way together in an uncertain world. Two researchers, using archival material, explore the events leading to this love affair and its consequences.
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Smashwords book reviews by Alberta Ross
- Sugar & Spice
on May 14, 2011
amazing read - I couldn't help be fascinated even by the characters one shouldn't really give time of day too. The author leads us to consider the darker side with some understanding, and maybe a little sympathy. The subect is harrowing yet the reader is pulled in. I have great admiration for her, the research could not have been easy with a subject such as this and one gets the feeling it is research very well done. Look forward to more from the same source.
- Make Your Book Work Harder: How To Use Multiple Platforms To Make More Money
on Jan. 22, 2014
I found this book one day while browsing the nonfiction titles and took a chance. So glad I did. Splendid book - clear and concise. Marketing one's books with advice from writers seems to me to be a better way to go than advice from marketers - don't know why.
Have read the book quickly to get a feel for what would apply to my books and now will go through it again to follow the links and ponder the advice.
This will be near by me for a long time I can see. A very useful book. Well done and thank you