Lucy Pireel

Biography

Lucy is an avid reader and likes to dabble in the kitchen when she's not writing or editing.
She doesn't like to be confined to any kind of style or genre, which basically means she writes whatever comes up in her mind. Be it twisted fairy tales Red Gone Bad, horror, erotica, fantasy, or even regular fiction. Neither does she restricts herself to any kind of length. Her work ranges from flash fiction. (a double cover feature in Isotropic Fiction #3 called Cradle of Life and Life for a Trea) to full length novels. She has a manuscript in its final stage at the moment.

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Books

A Menu of Death
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Price: $1.24 USD. Words: 19,920. Language: English. Published: September 30, 2013. Category: Fiction » Horror » Occult
A Menu of Death A collection of short stories centered around vengeance, obsession, cravings, and selfishness. Pick one item of the Menu or devour the entire buffet. Make sure you don't bite off more than you can chew. Read, but not with greed for Death awaits, ready to come and collect its due.
Bound
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Price: $1.24 USD. Words: 12,570. Language: English. Published: February 3, 2013. Category: Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
(4.00 from 1 review)
A young, successful woman finds herself attracted to a man who is known for his promiscuity. She has no way of knowing he hopes to play with her the way she wants him to. During their working relation they become closer. When she dares to reveal her wishes he only only asks her if she's ready to say 'please'. As she does the games begin. But where will they end?
Heaven's Closed
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Price: Free! Words: 6,800. Language: English. Published: December 15, 2012. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
(4.00 from 2 reviews)
Two short stories containing magic and angels, or are they demons after all? Perhaps it is all in the mind? But writers have the power to change it all.
Red Gone Bad
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Price: $1.24 USD. Words: 15,220. Language: English. Published: November 30, 2012. Category: Fiction » Literature » Fairy tales
(4.00 from 2 reviews)
A small collection of twisted fairy tales in which the heroines are not what you might expect from them. Once upon a time ... Little Red Riding Hood took matters in her own hands And the miller's daughter struck a flawed deal with Rumpelstiltsken In these--and two more--twisted fairy tales there are no happy endings and you'll find out those heroines are not what you might expect

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adult    angel    bdsm    bondage    cinderella    death    deceit    demon    drama    erotica    fairy tales    genie    ghost    heaven    horror    magic    magic and witches    manwoman    menage    mf    morale    multiple partners    murder    no happy ending    occult    poetry    psychology    red ridinghood    romance    rumpelstiltskin    shades    short stories    snow white    stories    suspence    tales of dark fantasy    twisted tales    vignette    womens fiction    year 2013    zombie   

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Smashwords book reviews by Lucy Pireel

  • Nightsound on Dec. 10, 2012

    I love to be frightened. Freaked Out even. Yes, that is capitalised and on purpose, because these shorts will scare the panties off of you. Get your knickers in a twist and have you looking under the bed, in the closet and double checking the locks on doors and windows. Knowing the things that go bump in the night will not be stopped by such trivial matters as locks or closed doors. But when that is done you’ll happily crawl back in bed to pull the covers over your head and read on. If you like your fear served in bite-sized portions, ready to be devoured in bed while darkness surrounds you and nightsounds are audible in the house, you should definitely get this collection. It will change your perspective on certain things, and will definitely put you off from certain scents, or even places. I know I’ll not be very comfortable around big orderlies for a long time. This collection of short and scary stories is certainly a must read if you have a craving for the disturbing horrors of Nightsounds and creatures unknown to you before.
  • Who Is Evelyn Dae? Volume 1 on Jan. 12, 2014

    This short novella is a true YA. I guess that’s its strength and its weakness. Strength because it will most certainly appeal to the goal audience, and its weakness because adults will see the foolishness of it all. Which will allow them to see the overwhelming amount of sentences beginning with ‘I’. Yes, it is written in first person POV and however much that works at times in the story, more often it does not and feels very self centred but most of all it reads very limited. But then again isn’t that a true young adult trait, being self centred? Still, even first person doesn’t need that amount of ‘I’. There are a few typos and some misplaced punctuation, but that doesn’t really matter, since the story is captivating enough. Another gripe is that the story is cut in two while I can’t imagine why because the total is still not a very long one. And I am no fan of ‘forced’ series creating when one book would have been better. A plus however is the fact that the author used ‘handwritten’ pages with drawings in the book to show the inner workings of the character. All in all a decent read.