Janett Lee Wawrzyniak


Janett Lee Wawrzyniak has over 14 years of working expertise as training director - instructor, for technical operations and systems in military departments and administration. She attended Princeton University within military employment. Her writing continues in educational books, non-fiction and fiction.
Her latest book is Secret Terror In Wavelengths - Wave links. Free writing instruction blog at: http://janettleewawrzyniak.blogspot.com/

Wawrzyniak was born and raised in California. She currently lives in the Pacific Northwest Area with her Chesapeake Bay Retriever (Strada Fuhrs) and Quaker Parrot (June Feathers).

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Smashwords book reviews by Janett Lee Wawrzyniak

  • Permanent Winter on April 10, 2013

    Review by: Janett Lee Wawrzyniak on 30 Mar 2013. This review is requested for the book: Permanent Winter by Grant Palmquist. Skye the master; a classic vampire of focus and attraction, has exerted near total control over his victims through deception. His vampire minions and undercurrent of human night life have set up an underground dedicated solely to harvesting blood for vampire consumption. Joshua’s background is rooted in God and family, and his hope for humanity is at low ebb. Joshua, now a victim is caught up with the vampires on the fringes of civilization. Joshua becomes an old-world vampire hunter of his own trials and Skye. Descriptive dialogue; in this ever expanding earthy vampire world, drives this plot moving the story quickly with less narrative. Joshua who, still feels human, is under the Master's thrall. Joshua’s past supports him as he strives to step into freedom. The plot barrels forward with increasing momentum and the authors' knack for thoughtful horror and striking imagery remains intact. Joshua’s battle provides a satisfying conclusion to an intelligent, utterly chilling horror novel.
  • Ryann on May 02, 2013

    Ryann a novella by Paul Dorset. Ryan’s actions and thought reflect knowing her inner strength to achieve worth and freedom as a sclavas, in her world of slavery. Historically indentured servants were generally forced with cruelty and prompts against humanity. Setting changes advanced the plot each being more profound than the last. Bramwel “just seemed to keep accidentally killing the sclavas.” Danger increases for Ryann in the castle, it is her home. Cook is uplifting when talking with Ryann, “Now get some sleep. It’s going to be a big day tomorrow.” Crossing the boundaries of time this book reveals some important comparisons in today’s daily life. This novella maintains exciting believable connected changes and discovered strengths.