Carol March


Carol Holland March lives in Albuquerque with two demanding dogs who give her ideas for stories in exchange for long bike rides and occasional treats. She writes about the intersection of dreams, reality, and time and sets her speculative fiction in locations where the veil is thinnest. She teaches classes on writing and creativity at the University of New Mexico and blogs at

Her novel, The Dreamwalkers of Larreta, is forthcoming by Ellysian Press.

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Star Crossed
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 6,610. Language: English. Published: August 31, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
Romantic stories of lesbian love in the magical land of the southwest. Where past and present mingle, ghosts loiter behind rocks, and sandstone cliffs reveal their secrets if you know how to listen. Women who have loved and lost have the chance to love again. But are they ready?
The Way Home
Price: Free! Words: 44,010. Language: English. Published: August 8, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
An anthology of visionary stories about finding your true home. The second edition of The Way Home includes the title novella and eight short stories about people seeking what is lost as they follow elusive clues from just beyond the veil. A metaphysical treat for those who like their stories off the beaten path, their fantasy balanced on the edge of reality.

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Smashwords book reviews by Carol March

  • Ephemerine Tree on Sep. 03, 2012

    A light-hearted romp through the spiritual worlds of the Ephemerine Realm, the planet Artea and yes, planet Earth, The Ephemerine Tree follows the adventures of Rainyun, a charming young being who has with multi-dimensional awareness and amazing healing abilities as she enlists of aid of Eda and Matt on a quest to re-align the planet Artea into a more positive future probability. Along the way, we learn about higher selves, healing chambers, singing bowls, and dancing fairies, and how much more complex is the universe in which we live as the three adventurers overcome obstacles in their efforts to complete their mission. Recommended for teen-age readers interested in a positive spirituality, metaphysics, and for anyone who has ever wondered how many selves we actually have.