Faye Hicks

Biography

Thanks for visiting my author page! I’m a Canadian writer who moonlights as a professor. I love to write fiction and creative non-fiction, and I have a few books on Smashwords I hope you’ll check out.

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Smashwords book reviews by Faye Hicks

  • Ice Tomb, Second Edition on July 31, 2012

    This story grabbed my interest right from the start - it’s fast paced and interesting, and I had a hard time putting it down. I especially liked the main character, Erica. She’s not particularly likable, but that just made her more realistic and interesting to me. I especially liked the way author Deborah Jackson captured the competitive (and often ruthless) nature of the academic world. I live and work in that world every day and the events in this book were entirely believable to me. Also, the science seemed well researched and credible. The storyline was really unique and the ending was unexpected - something that always appeals to me. Read the full review on "Have you read this?" at http://indiepicks.wordpress.com/2012/07/31/book-review-ice-tomb/
  • Short Journeys on Oct. 24, 2012

    This touching short story provides intimate insights into the devastating grief associated with having a miscarriage (and especially multiple miscarriages). If you have a friend or family member who has, or is, going thought this ordeal, this story will help you to understand and be more effective in your support. If you are going through this yourself, you may find it easier to ask your friends and family to read it, rather than trying to express these difficult emotions directly.
  • A Small Steel Box on Oct. 24, 2012

    This touching short story provides intimate insights into the devastating grief associated with losing a child. If you have a friend or family member who has, or is, going thought this ordeal, this story will help you to understand and be more effective in your support. If you are going through this yourself, you may find it easier to ask your friends and family to read this story, rather than trying to express these difficult emotions directly.