Joseph L. Garrido
Joseph L. Garrido was born in Argentina, South America, but lived most of his life in Connecticut. He wrote his first short story in 1972, and began his first love story in 1982 on an old typewriter he found on the curbside. He has been writing off and on ever since.
He published his first short story "Beyond a Simple Human Experience." in 2007. His second book in the Bagel Chalet Series "Future Bonds" in 2010. He is currently working on the third book "Power Play."
In the meantime he is creating the book covers for the short stories he wrote many years ago and plans on having several of them published in 2011. Some of them will be for free.
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Beyond A Simple Human Experience
by Joseph L. Garrido
How much time does Jess have to live? That's what Jess should have been thinking, but instead she was wondering where she put her keys. Ashley, on the other hand, was possessed by something beyond anything she had ever experienced in her life. Derek was on a suicide mission until an angel appeared before his eyes, changing his life forever! Book 1 in the Bagel Chalet Series.
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Smashwords book reviews by Joseph L. Garrido
- We Don’t Plummet Out of the Sky Anymore
on July 16, 2010
First of all, I have to be honest that I did not find the story to be one of my favorites. Having said that, the story was exceptionally well written on a professional level. Could just as easily ended up in a publication. There was nothing I could point too as having any flaws, unlike me who lime to break all kinds of writing rules - at least with my first book in the series I am writing. In fact, I wouldn't mind having just 10% of his writing ability. I think it was more about the techy stuff that gave me trouble.
Just seeing what he is capable of writing, is enough to keep my eyeballs open for what he might have instore for us next.
Thanks for the read!
- The Walk
on July 18, 2010
It was an interesting read. Not as good as her Anna book, but interesting. I would have like to know what the character was thinking about the experience as it was happening. Like the family and old folks, or what the character thought about the location etc. Just a thought. Thanks.
- Zombie Nights
on March 31, 2011
I enjoyed the story, even with the few typos. Unexpected ending and not that bad. I was kind of hoping Dave and Cookie were going to become a do-gooder duo and fight against the bad guys, and hoping the story continued to another book or books. Keep this in mind Tom in the future. I would have purchased book 2 without a doubt.
- Maps for The Morcyth Saga
on April 01, 2011
Using the Kindle app on my iPad worked great. I was able to zoom in etc. It works for me. I like the map, it is simple and straight foreword. Nice. Any particular reason why you used that particular viewpoint for the story? Are all your books written that way? If not, which books are not. I would like to check it out. Thanks!
- The Unsuspecting Mage: The Morcyth Saga Book One
on April 02, 2011
I couldn't read more than four chapters. Seems like the story is in par with any good fantasy, but the viewpoint writing took the fun out of it for me. It's not the way I am used to reading with this type of book. I still highly recommend downloading and reading it. Brain obviously put a lot of time and effort to create the series. If you have no issues in the way he wrote the book, then get the whole series.
I give him four stars for story creation. written in the third person would have won him all five.