Madison Keller

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Madison is an Accountant for a fleet of Alaskan Salmon fishing boats. She lives with her amazing husband and way too many cats in the great state of Washington.

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Lady Sarafina vs the Lawn
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Price: Free! Words: 3,950. Language: English. Published: October 29, 2012. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
A short story: In exchange for free rent, a D&D obsessed girl agrees to do the yardwork of the run-down house she is renting. The Lawn has run wild for two years, and is overgrown into a wild jungle army led by the nefarious Blackberry bush, Rubius. With less than 2 weeks to clear the mess, our narrator goes to work, using her hard-won D&D wisdom to vanquish her awful foe.

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  • The Ugly Kids on May 14, 2011

    Wow, I was laughing SO HARD by the time I finished this! Its hard being the loner during high school, but this story takes that situation and runs with it!
  • Mommy, Where Do Baby Unicorns Come From? on May 15, 2011

    Cute story about innocennce and unicorns. It has a happy/sad ending. Very good story!
  • The Three Irks on May 20, 2011

    This story is a high fantasy comedy. I have now read all of Renee's works here on smashwords, and I have to say - this one is my favorite. I love the charming characters (well, Dirk isn't charming, but I still loved him) and the fun vibrant story. Renee writes well, and you really get a sense of place in her writing. The characters were fun and well written, and you'll love all of it by the end. This world is full of magic, curses, faeries, planer creatures, thieves, kings, queens, bards, and fun.
  • Cat o' Nine on May 20, 2011

    Fun little fantasy read. Set in a magic world feature cat people (known as Mau), were-creatures, wargs, vampires, elves, dwarves, undead, and orcs. The story follows Mau, a former assassin on the run from her former master. While running she accidentally makes a traveling stranger her familiar. Now they must hunt down a way to separate their accidental bond while dodging bounty hunters, were-creatures, undead knights, Orcs, and Vampires all trying to capture the former assassin. Fun little read. The story seems a little awkward in the beginning, but smooths out and picks up quickly.
  • Cat o' Nine: Courtship of Knives on May 14, 2012

    This is the continuation of the tale of Warg Grawl and Mau Kyan. Very good book, about the only thing I didn't like is that pretty much the whole book is centered around the keep. Good characters, and I love the romance blossoming between Kyan and Grawl (cats and dogs, living together! The horror! LOL) If you liked the first book you will like this one too. Can't wait to see how this trilogy ends!
  • Dark Circus on Aug. 02, 2012

    I really enjoyed this book. The plot is very simple - Emmie gets attacked at the circus, runs away, and takes refuge in a Roadhouse. My only complaint is that by the time you really get into the story, it is over.
  • Steampunk Santa on Aug. 02, 2012

    Cute little story about the origins of Santa. Told from the point of view of an elf, Tom, who likes making inventions and not toys.
  • Crimson Overcoat Versus Christmas on Aug. 02, 2012

    I loved this story. It is very well written, and pulls you in right from the beginning. The main character, the Crimson Overcoat, is a retired superhero now working for a magician. He rescues one of Santa's elves from a rampaging dwarf, the reward being a flight for his life across the north pole, ending in a steampunk showdown with Santa. I can't wait to read the further adventures of Crimson Overcoat!
  • The Assassin's Curse on Aug. 03, 2012

    Fun little short featuring Amaranthe and Sicarius. I like this one because we get to see more of Sicarius's human side when he makes a very human mistake, and gets saved by Amaranthe. Action packed, there is hardly a dull moment in the book. My heart was pounding during several tense scenes.
  • Death & Magic on Aug. 06, 2012

    This book starts out reading like a standard 'Wizard's School' book, but don't let that fool you. Its actually a very well written murder mystery featuring magic. The main character is very well written, I was quite surprised the author is a male, as the main character is female. Very well written and edited, you won't be able to put it down.