Florence Cardinal

Biography

Florence Cardinal is a freelance writer. Born during the thirties on the Canadian prairies, much of her earlier work consisted of nostalgia articles about life during the post-depression years. Her first work appeared in the Western Producer and Good Old Days.

Her husband suffered from sleep apnea and passed away from complications of the disorder in 1998. During that time, Florence researched and wrote about sleep apnea and other sleep issues. She wrote about this topic for eight years for the web site About.com and now writes on the same topic for Health Central. She also wrote reviews for Romance Designs for a couple of year using the name Albertan.

Ms. Cardinal has written about other topics as well, including other health problems, and paranormal romance novels. Snow Demon is my first pblished roance.

Books

Snow Demon
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 64,390. Language: English. Published: October 16, 2012. Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
Set within the winter wilderness of northern Alberta, Demon in the Snow tells the story of DANIEL LAVASSEUR, a reclusive artist who carries the mutated gene of loup garou in his blood. He believes he has the demon under control. Then the dying begins.

Florence Cardinal’s tag cloud

alberta    artist    ice and snow    loup garou    werewolf   

Smashwords book reviews by Florence Cardinal

  • You Can't Be Too Careful on Aug. 03, 2012
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    "You can't be too Careful" is a varied collection of short stories by Bob Sanchez. As in most collections,some of the stories appealed to me more than others. These tales emphasize the diffrence beween imagination and reality and what happens when the two collide. Some describe personal events. Others make one think of more universal topics. My favorite story - "Write a Book in 14 Days" touches on events that occur in my own life. The Story, "Nothing that needs Eyes" is a horror story. A good read, but I found it a little light on plot. However, all in all, "You Can't be too Careful" is well worth reading, probably more than once.