Another really good story. I've only reviewed a few authors so far, but I seem to keep coming back to you. I can't wait for you to start writing stories of greater length. But I did see on your site, that all these short ones are for some short story contest. Sure hope you win! I'll keep returning to your site for more. This story made me think of my own mom and dad.
Glenn, Sasha, thanks for the prerelease of this novel a week ago. Gave me a chance to read it, and I've got to tell you, I loved it! This is one of the best books I've read in a very long time. I can't wait for book two! I LOVE Amanda, Thian, Tianna, Tia and the others too. Wow! Amanda goes through a lot of adventures in a very short time. Talk about a book you can't put down! Thanks again for the prerelease.
Really liked this short story. Not at all what I was expecting, and that made it even more interesting. I love the witty responses from the victim, "Uh... uh... uh..." I think that's what I would be saying too LOL.
What a great short story. My wife and I read a lot of stories to our two daughters before bed or on rainy days. It was raining the other day and read this story. Later that evening, our youngest daughter came into the kitchen holding... yes, a snowglobe. She had a serious expression as she said, "Daddy, I think I saw the eyes move on Santa. Do you think he's alright?" I smiled and said, "Oh he's fine honey. That's how he knows whether you're naughty or nice you know." She looked at Santa seated in his sled for a moment, then looked up and with a smile said, "Okay. But I'm putting him in the closet, cause I don't want him to see what I'm going to do tomorrow." Then she skipped off to her room. My wife and I were awake the whole night trying to figure out what she was going to do the next morning. Now, we wonder what she did, since we never found anything. The thing is, she had the biggest smile on her face the following couple of days. It's been driving us nuts!
Outstanding! This is even better than Book One! I was one who was fortunate enough to have received an advance copy. I do not know the authors, just emailed and asked if I could get an early copy. In this new book, we find out how Amanda was able to do all the amazing things she did back on the earth realm, when she fought the frilled lizards, the huge flying lizards, the giant porcupine parrot flying creatures, and the gigantic snakes. Why she was driven up the mountain and could not find her way down, and was forced off the cliff. Amanda and her friends encounter many fierce battles with witches, wizards and terrifying creatures. If you have not read Book One yet, you need to start with that one, because this is a continuation of where Book One left off. This is a have to read book!