Valerie Roberts

Biography

Valerie Roberts is a freelance writer/editor, poet and short story writer. She has a First class BA Hons Degree in Creative Writing. She has poetry published in Whispers on the Breeze and Book of Dreams published by United Press Ltd, and in In The Red magazine, Liverpool. She has an academic article published on prolific poet, Pascale Petit's professional website.

She writes about the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, and pokes well beneath the surface of humanity.

Feel free to follow her on twitter @ValerieARoberts and http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/profile.php?id=761713803

She hopes to meet some like minded authors here and share her writing experiences.

Where to find Valerie Roberts online

Twitter: ValerieARoberts
Facebook: Facebook profile

Books

Suitcase Tales
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Price: Free! Words: 4,990. Language: English. Published: March 29, 2011. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
(5.00)
A blend of quirky poetic tales containing real life issues that poke well beneath the surface of humanity. Dark humour. Poetic. Bordering on the absurd. Themes of control, paranoia, death, spiritualism, power, ignorance, poverty are portrayed through rich characterisation and strong imagery. A disturbing but sensuous read inspired by people watching at an airport.

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Smashwords book reviews by Valerie Roberts

  • Write it Right - Tips for Authors, Volume I, 2nd Edition on March 29, 2011

    This is a great book with lots of valuable hints and tips on writing. I am a writer myself, but have learnt so much more from reading your work. Thank you for sharing.
  • Smashwords Style Guide on March 31, 2011

    Smashwords Style Guide was most helpful in creating my first ebook. It assisted me every inch of the way with formatting, style, hints and tips on editing, and creating an ebook cover. I couldn't have done it without the sound knowledge of the author. Very well written, spaced out and just an absolute gem! Thanks.
  • Free for you on March 31, 2011

    Hey, Echo. Loved reading your poems. There is a lovely rhythm throughout. I particularly enjoyed Artsy Fartsy - it made me laugh, and Black Whole. Keep up with the good work. Love your humour in your biography etc. Thank you for sharing.
  • A Jalapeno For The Vampire on April 08, 2011

    Just read your free ebook. Thank you for this. I really enjoyed this. It is very well written and flows really nicely. The humor throughout is excellent. I particulary like the bit where she talks to him about having manners while eating food - not to play with it! This humour makes the story for me. Great twist at the end - won't spoil it by saying here. Well done!