Genesis Cotterell

Biography

I grew up on the east coast of the north island of New Zealand in a small city called Gisborne. Now I live in Albany north of Auckland with my partner. Writing is something I enjoy and I look forward to completing my next novel early in 2013.
I am also interested in travel and have recently been to Singapore, France and Scotland. I hope to use some of my experiences there for another book
which I have on the back burner.

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Books

The Change Stone
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 59,520. Language: English. Published: October 12, 2011. Category: Fiction » Romance » General
(5.00 from 1 review)
An exciting tale set in New Zealand with fictionalised towns in which three women's lives are changed when they become involved in an unusual quest to find a cancer cure. A train trip across Australia is part of their quest and things warm up when they eventually find the stone, called the change stone.

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Smashwords book reviews by Genesis Cotterell

  • Eye for an Eye on Aug. 02, 2011

    I found Eye for an Eye to have an intriguing plot which kept me wanting to read on. The main character, Robyn Taylor was convincing as a tough sort who wasn't about to give up. She went through quite a few hairy moments trying to nail the culprit, Colwyn Symons and eventually did. For any would-be fraudsters out there, this book will show you that there is always someone or many who will track you down.
  • By The Howling (Charlotte Diamond Mysteries 1) on Sep. 02, 2011

    I enjoyed reading this book and found it quite intriguing. Hope to read more of the same.
  • Angel Food and Devil Dogs - A Maggie Gale Mystery on May 03, 2012

    A good plot and plenty to keep you interested in what is going to happen next. Recommended reading.
  • Body on the Stage on June 28, 2012

    I enjoyed reading Body on the Stage. The paralell themes of good and evil were nicely portrayed and culminated in believable outcomes. I could imagine Dennis the main character quite clearly and came to like him. I felt the character portrayals in this book were strong and convincing and it was a compelling read.
  • Anna Mary on June 28, 2012

    I enjoyed reading Anna Mary and liked the way it was written. The country setting and outcomes were believable and the character portrayals strong. Because I enjoyed this book I am going to read more of Amelie Rose.