I'm not going to speak of myself in the third person anymore, sorry...
My name is Bex Aaron. I'm 30, I live in Houston, I'm divorced and I have so many cats I am starting to feel like the woman on The Simpsons! Writing has always been my passion, though this is the first time I've compiled any of it into an ebook.
My goal as a writer is to make people think, feel and care about the world I've created. I'm a big believer in world building. I never want to create a cardboard character, and I never want my stories to be predictable. I deal primarily in drama-based genres, such as soap opera, mystery, suspense and the like...I've done a bit of sci-fi before, but never fantasy. It's just not my cup of tea, sorry.
Feel free to contact me at haven underscore park at yahoo dot com. I always enjoy hearing from readers, and if you enjoy my book, please do consider leaving a review!
Also, if you enjoy the story, you should join the Facebook fan page: http://facebook.com/havenpark
Thanks for your time and don't be a stranger!
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Independence Day, Book Two: Tangled Webs
(4.33 from 3 reviews)
Closely knit, deeply religious and with a population of just over 500, Haven Park, Wyoming appeared to be a small town just like any other. Then, on the night of July 4, 1966, everything changed forever. Gripped with the horrifying realization there was a killer in their midst, Haven Park reels from one murder after another, at the diabolical hands of one of their own.
Independence Day, Book One: The Beginnings
(4.20 from 5 reviews)
It's 1966, and Haven Park, Wyoming is a picturesque community much like any other...until one of its favorite daughters is murdered on Independence Day. Soon, a mystery bigger than the town itself unravels, leaving few in Small Town America unscathed.
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- Breakfast Anytime
on May 20, 2011
This collection of poems runs the gamut from passion between a couple, a parent grieving their child growing up too fast, scorned lovers and more. My favorites included the title poem "Breakfast Anytime", an acrostic which tells an interesting story; "Amazement", a sweet poem told from an ill child's perspective, and "The Cure for a Broken Heart", a cute piece about a young woman seeking a doctor's advice on how to get past a break up.
I recommend this collection for poetry enthusiasts, as well as those that enjoy lyrical imagery. Very well done.
- The Dark Secret
on June 01, 2011
I found this to be a very intriguing short story. The interactions between the characters do well to advance the plot and highlight the dark secrets between them. The only thing I did not like was that it was so short. I would have liked to see the confrontation between Mr. Smith and Mrs. X be a little longer, as it was quite intense and enjoyable.
- Dalston Junction
on July 01, 2011
The twist at the end is epic. This story keeps you reading until the last page.
- Desecrated Bonds
on Sep. 12, 2013
This book is a wonderfully intriguing debut from Ms. Smith! It is extremely well written, and it holds the readers interest throughout. With every page, a new layer is added to this tale, culminating in an unforgettable twist at the end. I look forward to reading many more titles from this author in the future!