Grace Guerra

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  • The Hunter and The Elf Queen on June 27, 2011

    I am not a lover of poetry, mainly because I do not understand what the author is trying to say. Mr. MacGowan’s The Hunter and the Elf Queen is the exception. I thoroughly enjoyed and, best of all, understood this story of love and loss. “And the Hunter eventually, predictably, Fails his Love.” Thank you, Mr. MacGowan for introducing me to poetry.
  • Eddie's Shorts - Volume 1 on Aug. 12, 2011

    Eddie's Shorts, what a hoot. The first story Bedlam...is a mix between Forest Gump and Twilight Zone. Eight, Seven Central and Mountain...reminds me why I stopped watching television. An extremely realistic view of "What's on TV", flipping the channels and then realizing the TV is better off...OFF.
  • Eddie's Shorts - Volume 2 on Aug. 12, 2011

    67 Feet in the Air...At some points a little rambling but stick with it...the ending is a shocker. Drain Bamage...Weird, that's a really good word for this one. Take a joyride with danger, creepy and mixed emotions. You'll get out...A Little Drain Bamaged, yourself.
  • A Flash of Inspiration: A Collection of Very Short Stories by Indie Authors on Aug. 12, 2011

    This is a great sampler for anyone wondering about independent writers. This book is a wonderful collection of short stories of 100 words or less. There is a story for everyone, I have my favorites. Just beware where you read...you WILL bust out laughing and saying a whole bunch of OMGs.
  • Let's Pretend! on Sep. 23, 2011

    When I started this book, I thought this had to be a child’s book, with a title like Let’s Pretend…boy was I wrong. When a child’s imagination goes from the virtual world to the here and now, he finds himself tormented by a Darth Vader poster and literally drawn into a world he watches everyday. This book will send shivers down your spine…at least it did to me. The whole time, I imagined how horrible it would have been for me, as a child, with my wild imagination to see my imaginary friends, heroes and monsters come to life. Towards the end of the book you’re telling yourself, it’ll be ok there’s always a happy ending… I feel sorry for you!!!
  • Fall Leaves and the Black Dragon on Nov. 02, 2011

    Follow Willy on his journey to overcome a childhood tragedy; a tragedy that has left him traumatized and haunted. Haunted, not only by his memories of the event, but also by a black dragon that might not be all in his imagination. Watch as he grows up but can't shake the hauntings or the screwed up memories. As a young man fresh out of high school, now Liam to his friends and family, he needs to find answers to that terrible night. The author does a masterful job of getting the reader to flow with the story; the reader becomes one with the characters. He doesn't drown the reader with too many characters or places; each piece to the puzzle is memorable. He adds just enough twists to the road to keep the reader hooked till the end. Mr. Gustafson, has a way with throwing a good scare your way, leaving you with an increased heart rate and a "what the" on your lips. On my list of recommended reads. Overall, this book rocked.
  • My Lover, My Garden on Nov. 02, 2011

    This is a short story that will grip the reader until the very end. Find out what happens when Frank's love for his garden goes a little beyond the bend. This book gives a new meaning to the phrase "green thumb". Larry, Frank's brother, has to run and fight for his life as his brother's garden comes to life with an arsenal of vegetables and a thirst for blood. It's only purpose is to kill him for interfering with the love affair between Frank and his vegetable garden. If you are easily offended by the supernatural, this book is not for you. For those with an imagination and a flavor for horror, this is a must read.
  • RoadKill on Dec. 23, 2011

    Be careful what you eat...roadkill can be harmful to your health. The author does a good job of bringing the reader into the horror and gore of the story. I did feel that the story was complete and well told, but too short; I would've love there to be much much more.