Carol R Ward
Residing in Cobourg, Ontario, Carol has always had a love of reading and writing. She grew up reading Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard so it’s no wonder her first love is fantasy, followed closely by science fiction.
She always believed she was meant to be a writer of short stories, however her stories tended to be rather long. They also tended to have a romantic thread running through them. Finally caving in to the inevitable, she embraced her genre and began writing novels of fantasy/science fiction adventure with a dash of romance thrown into the mix. She has never regretted it.
Today she writes a variety of prose: non-fiction, flash fiction, short stories, and novels – in a variety of genres: humour, horror, contemporary, romance, science fiction, and fantasy. She's also a prolific poet.
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An Elemental Water
Kairavini was born and raised as part of an illegal genetics program. His world is turned upside down the night he encounters Taja Windsinger, an Ardraci Black Ops agent who's working undercover to put a stop to the program. The odds are against them as they must face both natural and unnatural disasters to be together. Can love truly conquer all?
All Jessica O'Connell asked for was a little adventure, something to spice up her dreary life. Instead, her best friend Howard accidentally teleports her into a magical realm where life is more interesting than she ever dreamed!
An Elemental Fire
Only the desperate would seek the aid of the reclusive Fire Elemental up on the mountain, but Rayne would do anything to help her sister. However, once she persuades him to return to the village with her, it's to find her sister, and the rest of the children, gone.
Who has taken the children, and why? Together Rayne and Pyre must discover the truth before time runs out . . . for everyone.
An Elemental Wind
Nakeisha Windsinger has been chosen to represent her planet to the Pan-Galactic Council of Worlds. She and her mentor, the Ilezie E.Z., must travel in secret to avoid their enemies, but when her mentor is killed, she loses control of her element, the wind, as she takes vengeance on those responsible.
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