Angela L. Clay
Angela L. Clay was born in the city of Durban, South Africa, 1978. In 1984 she immigrated to Australia with her family, growing up in the Far North Queensland city of Cairns. And there she has stayed, now married with two crazy children.
From a young age Angela has imagined worlds of adventure and fantasy, playing them out in her mind over and over again. She is greatly excited to now have put pen to paper and created her debut novel Kyndryd, the first in her Kyndryd series.
Angela's passions are watching anime, reading a large variety of genres, including Paranormal, YA, Fantasy, Manga, Thriller and yes the occasional Romance Adult novel.
But her favourite down time is when she has a pencil in her hand sketching her favourite anime characters, sometimes even her own novel characters.
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by Angela L. Clay
Kiera's life is like any normal teenagers; school exams, young love, strong friendships. Until the strange dreams begin. Sights of a foreign world, a presence with a mysterious connection to her mind. Craziest of all is the claim of a hidden power that lays dormant within her; one that is only now surfacing; one she must hide from her friends and family in order to keep them safe.
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Smashwords book reviews by Angela L. Clay
- Day of Sacrifice (Day of Sacrifice #1)
on Nov. 01, 2010
I found this novella quite an easy read. From start to end I was sucked into the story of Flora and Julian. I loved the concept of the story, something different from the usual Guardian Angel type stories. It only took me an afternoon of reading and it left me desperately wanting more. The two main characters relationship grows quite fast which only makes you love them more. Went searching for the next one to find that it comes out next year. So look out for "Rebellion" next year as I am sure it will be just as great as this one. Thanks for the chance to read your book Stacey. Great job. :D
- Rebellion (Day of Sacrifice #2)
on Jan. 08, 2011
I thoroughly enjoyed this next installment to "Day of Sacrifice". It was everything I was expecting and more.
Stacey brilliantly introduced some more characters for us to cling to and cry over when they are in danger. Instead of looking through Flora and Julian's eyes, this time we get to know two new characters that just make the storyline glisten.
Cara we briefly knew of from the first book, her son being Julian's last charge, and Abel a new Guardian that throws more excitement, love and adventure into it all.
These books are such fast reads but I totally love them. She writes the story so freely, everything flowing into each other. And now we finally get some vamps and were's included now too.
So can't wait for the next book. April can't come any quicker. :)
- Glimpse (Zellie Wells #1)
on Jan. 19, 2011
I really enjoyed this story. Stacey seems to have a great nack at portraying the teenage mind. Her main character isn't your typical teenager, as she starts to have visions of peoples death. With a love story thrown in, many twists and turns I would never have guessed, this book kept me hooked the whole time.
Stacey's character and setting descriptions make it easy to picture the story as you read it, pulling you along like you're living it with them. A great read, a great adventure and am eager to get into Glimmer, the next book in the series.