Irene Kueh

Biography

Since I can only mention one name on ebooks published by Smashwords, I use my name but all the children books are actually written by Irene Kueh & Kathy Kesner. We are good friends who started writing children books "From Land And Sea" (with Lane & Shelby) series. I also started a new adventure with Brendon Aaron Wynd and Jemma Anne Wynd in our newest children book: One Fun Day In The Australian Bush (One Fun Day series).

Where to find Irene Kueh online

Twitter: irenekueh
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Where to buy in print


Books

Prince of Banyan - Island X
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 43,230. Language: English. Published: November 13, 2014. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
Kathleen Bernard flies half way across the world, fearing for the lives of her two friends. When she lands on Island X, she gets shot. A mysterious Prince of Banyan, saves her and her world changes. As much as she tries to distance herself from the Prince, when her two friends disappear, she turns to him for help. Will Prince of Banyan help her? Or will they simply be another mystery on Island X?
Midsummer's Eve Wish (The Secret Wish Series)
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 30,800. Language: American English. Published: November 1, 2014. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
When Elizabeth Rose wishes to do something different for her 18th birthday, she's in for the biggest surprise of her life. It starts on Midsummer's Eve night when she kisses a daffodil and makes a wish. At the stroke of midnight, she meets Kiefer of Caledrel, Prince of the Light Elves, who has a secret wish of his own. He takes her to a world where magic does exist and her whole life changes.
The Angel She Loved - Prequel To Voices
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Price: Free! Words: 19,160. Language: English. Published: August 31, 2014. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
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Elrenia Kitrusen first meets Andrew Gritt at the beach, and her life is changed forever.  When they meet again a week later, a special bond is formed. Through Elrenia's mysterious Voices, she saves Andrew multiple times. They become inseparable. Three years later, Elrenia moves to Chicago and receives news that Andrew's marrying another. Will Elrenia be like the persistent ocean in pursuing her An
Juggling Shapes With Lane And Shelby
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 1,180. Language: American English. Published: August 14, 2014. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Animals
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Presenting Book 5 in the Land and Sea/Lane and Shelby series written by both Irene Kueh and Kathy Kesner! This book will entertain your child as it introduces 10 basic shapes with colorful pictures and cute rhymes. Your child will get to meet some of Lane and Shelby’s furry friends as they present each shape – guaranteed to bring a smile or two.
One Fun Day In The Australian Bush
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 1,430. Language: English. Published: August 12, 2014. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Animals
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One Fun Day In The Australian Bush is written by Brendon Wynd and Irene Kueh. It's about six children who go on an adventure in the great Australian Bush. Join the children as they encounter many kinds of wild life. There are a lot of cute and fury animals and also different bird species. Each animal is featured in colorful drawing and accompanied by beautiful rhymes.
Silent Voices
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 43,510. Language: English. Published: May 1, 2014. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
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When the FBI's trail runs cold during a high profile kidnapping, the father of the missing children asks an elite group to take over the case. Elrenia Kitrusen relies on Voices only she can hear to warn her of danger as she assists a mind reader and a dog whisperer from the Seven Foundation to find the victims. Elrenia's Voices grow uncommonly silent when the search leads them to an exotic huntin
Beyond The Tiny Window: Winter
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 1,400. Language: English. Published: November 24, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Art, Architecture, Photography » Photography - Photo books
This is the second book in Beyond The Tiny Window series. Based on the title, this book is all about Winter. Be it flurry, snowy, or icy, this one's for you! Each page has a picture of a winter scene followed by a saying or caption or short inspirational quote.
Learning The Opposites At The Library With Lane And Shelby
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 970. Language: English. Published: November 9, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Children's Books » Concepts / Opposites
Learning The Opposites At The Library is the fourth book of our Land And Sea series. Here, your children can learn the opposites such as Top/Bottom, In/Out, Quiet/Loud, etc. Each page has cute animal pictures along with a whimsical four-line rhyme featuring each set of opposites. As you flip through the pages, this book will definitely bring smiles to your child's face and yours.
Jasmine Lane's Crazy Halloween
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 14,570. Language: English. Published: October 12, 2013. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Holidays & Celebrations / Halloween
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Jasmine Lane's Crazy Halloween is a prequel to Jasmine Lane's Enchanted Christmas. This story described how it all started. It begins with Scotty Knight, Jasmine's best friend, eating a giant marshmallow eyeball with a hidden map inside. They find themselves in the most bizarre adventure where candy corn can fly, animals can talk, and a nice troll. They also discover true meaning of friendship!
Beyond The Tiny Window: Clouds
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Price: Free! Words: 2,550. Language: English. Published: May 5, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Art, Architecture, Photography » Photography - Photo books
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This book is for all cloud lovers. Yes, this book is all about clouds - the white fluffy stuff in the sky. Beyond The Tiny Window: Clouds starts with a short story called: Little Jack & The Cloud. Then, it is followed by a series of pictures of the clouds taken by friends and family around the world. There are also captions, sayings, and short poems in various languages with each picture.
Jasmine Lane's Enchanted Christmas
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 29,120. Language: English. Published: December 12, 2012. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Adventure
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Jasmine Lane is thrilled when Christmas Eve comes. It's also her sweet sixteen. Her parents and the whole neighborhood of Lincolnshire throw her a surprise party. On top of it, Scotty Knight, her childhood best friend, is there as well. When she opens her gift that ocontains a beautiful snow globe and Scotty shakes it, both of them tumble into an enchanted journey full of adventures.
Voices
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 69,280. Language: English. Published: May 2, 2012. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
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An unexpected email turns Elrenia Kitrusen's world upside down: Andrew Gritt still loves her but he's getting married. She decides to confront him. At the airport, Three Voices scream out a warning not to board the plane. When she relays it to Marshall Maxwell, an FBI agent, she finds herself in a cat-and-mouse chase with a cold-blooded killer that will stop at nothing until they're all dead.
Finding The Rainbow On Land And Sea
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 2,030. Language: English. Published: March 19, 2012. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Concepts / Colors
Finding The Rainbow On Land And Sea started when Lane and Shelby wake up one morning to find the rainbow is missing... And off they go on an adventurous journey to find the rainbow. They search all over the land and sea and find one color at a time. Finally, they find all seven colors and the rainbow is whole again.
123 From Land And Sea
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 1,030. Language: English. Published: May 11, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Children's Books » Reference
This is the second series of the "Land And Sea" (with Lane and Shelby) series. Just like ABC From Land And Sea, 123 From Land And Sea is filled with colorful pictures and cute rhymes to help your child learn their numbers (1 to 10) the fun way. You and your child will have a smile or two or three:-) - Kathy Kesner & Irene Kueh -
ABC From Land And Sea
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 1,610. Language: English. Published: March 18, 2011. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Poetry
Learn ABC the fun way with cartoon pictures and cute rhymes about animals from A to Z from land and sea. You and your child will have a smile or two, you'll see! - Irene Kueh & Kathy Kesner -

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Smashwords book reviews by Irene Kueh

  • A Job From Hell (Ancient Legends Book 1) on Aug. 24, 2011

    Firstly, I have to confess, I am not into vampire books:) Having said that, I am glad I bought the ebook. My main intention is to read it when I am traveling but I finished it before my big trip:) I couldn't put the book down. All the characters are great: the main or secondary ones. Aidan and Amber are superb. And Cass is a hoot:) The devil's daughter that wants to be an ambassador:) I dislike her at first but in the end, I like her a lot:) The plot is full of twists and mysteries, keeping me on my toes:) Well done, Jayde.
  • Shadow Games on Sep. 27, 2011

    Very well written! I am glad that a man wrote this book because sometimes I wonder if men have thoughts about their feelings for someone like women do:) Also, I actually stopped reading and googled Shadow Folks/People when you first mentioned in your book:) and they are real... Believe it or not, I've seen one or two before... And always wondered what they are and while reading your book, my 'eyes' are open. Thank you again. I look forward to reading your next book:) Well done!
  • The Value of Life on Sep. 30, 2011

    A good mystery, A good plot, A good mystery, A good ending, In All: A Good Everything! Awesome read and that twist in the end.... Totally unexpecting it and very much love it:) Well Done!
  • Beelzebub Girl (Ancient Legends Book 2) on Oct. 22, 2011

    Cass is my favorite character in Book 1: Job From Hell. So, when I read Book 2: Doomed and found out that Cass is the main character, I was very excited:) I have to admit it has been a few months since I last read Job From Hell, so when Dallas’s name first came up, I was like, “Who is this guy?” After reading a few pages, I went, “Oh yeah, I remember him now.”:) Then, I was wondering how the ‘relationship’ between Cass and Dallas was when they first laid eyes on each other in Book 1. I couldn’t quite remember. So, I have to go back to Book 1 soon:) Anyway, Hell is a very interesting place:) I was curious about it and Jadye Scott did a good job in describing the place. And yes, I can see it being compared to Disneyland:) with all the weird things going on in the world of make believe:)One character that gets on my nerve though is Amber;) But she did a great job on the ‘set’:) Out of all the Devil’s sister, my favorite would be Patricia. She is the most original I think:) I feel so sorry for her that she can’t leave the house. Poor lady almost got strangled to death by Dallas… Love the Rasputin, by the way:) All in all, a good ear. And of course, it’s all because of Jayde Scott is an awesome writer! Well done!
  • Beelzebub Girl (Ancient Legends Book 2) on Oct. 22, 2011

    Cass is my favorite character in Book 1: Job From Hell. So, when I read Book 2: Doomed and found out that Cass is the main character, I was very excited:) I have to admit it has been a few months since I last read Job From Hell, so when Dallas’s name first came up, I was like, “Who is this guy?” After reading a few pages, I went, “Oh yeah, I remember him now.”:) Then, I was wondering how the ‘relationship’ between Cass and Dallas was when they first laid eyes on each other in Book 1. I couldn’t quite remember. So, I have to go back to Book 1 soon:) Anyway, Hell is a very interesting place:) I was curious about it and Jadye Scott did a good job in describing the place. And yes, I can see it being compared to Disneyland:) with all the weird things going on in the world of make believe:)One character that gets on my nerve though is Amber;) But she did a great job on the ‘set’:) Out of all the Devil’s sister, my favorite would be Patricia. She is the most original I think:) I feel so sorry for her that she can’t leave the house. Poor lady almost got strangled to death by Dallas… Love the Rasputin, by the way:) All in all, a good ear. And of course, it’s all because of Jayde Scott is an awesome writer! Well done!
  • Voodoo Kiss (Ancient Legends Book 3) on Nov. 03, 2011

    After reading Doomed, I couldn't wait to read Voodoo Kiss, I want to 'see' how Cass gets Dallas back. This book doesn't disappointed me for sure but the 'process' of getting Dallas back went a little too fast:) I am glad, however, that Dallas is back and Cass is bubbly again:) About Thrain and Sofia, I thought Thrain likes Cass before... Of course, Cass wasn't his soul mate:) Again, the 'feelings' between Thrain and Sofia went a little bit too fast for me. But I guess, when one finds one's soul mate, they'll feel the bond and there is such a thing as love at first sight! Yes, I believe:) I am a sucker for such things:) In All, Voodoo Kiss is intriguing and full of mystery. Full of twists and turns. Never could have guessed about Gael. I suspected he was a bad HUMAN, not a half-Shadow:) Well done, Jayde! Now, looking forward to the next book:) flag
  • To Kill or Not to Kill on Nov. 10, 2011

    Just like the first book "Value of Life", this is a fast paced reading. The theme of the books are similar being that the main character portrays himself as a bad guy when in fact, he is the good guy. You have to read these books to get my meaning:) To Kill Or Not To Kill is still filled with twists and turns of its own. I really thought Bentworth is a bad cop. I was sad though with the ending... In all, a good read! Well done.
  • Rascals Sing at The Opera House on Nov. 14, 2011

    After reading 'Star Crossed Rascals', I am hooked on Polly and Gertie. The two bestest friends in the world. Who don't love stories about best friends? They stick together, play together and get in trouble together. That's the best part. I love the part about the hole in the bathroom. Classic! Just leave it to these two girls to do something like this. It never even crossed my mind there would be a hole in the bathroom. I just thought Polly would fall from the bag. Well done, Patricia Puddle. Then, there's the part about Mrs. Badger, the mean teacher. That's every child's worst nightmare. Luckily there's Mr. Tenor, the nice teacher with a dog named Jeremiah. Love that name. Also, there's a not-so-bad headmistress Mrs Godbolt. I like her actually. And then, there's the famous Great Aunt Mabel. What a horrid cook she is! I wouldn't want to eat anything she cooks either! I love Mange, Polly's dog. He was such a riot, stealing Auntie's teeth (dentures). He was a good boy on the way to the Opera House until in the end, he created such a ruckus, giving the audience a good laugh, including me. In all, this book is definitely recommended for both kids and adults alike. Well done!
  • Black Wood (A Witch Rising) on Nov. 26, 2011

    Witches, trolls, nymphs and Silverfurs .... How can I ever resist that? I love fantasy story like this. Keep the imagination going. Ravencourt manor is a catchy name. The first thing that came to mind was something interesting is going to happen here.I wasn't disappointed. Emily Jones is like any teenage girl full of spirit and curiosity. The magical diary given by her neighbor Aurelie made her very happy. Everything she wrote in the diary came true like her brother appeared before her and wishing for her parents back together. Then, there's the ancient magic mirror. What I don't understand was why did Clifford (Aurelie's nephew) mention the mirror to her, asking her to open the portal to Black Wood? Did he know that it leads to something really bad? When Emily didn't cover the miror, her life changed forever... not sure if it was for the better or worse. For now, it seems to lean more on the worse side. Muriel appeared in her attic and took over her family. She turned her brother into a troll at night. Emily with the help of Aurelie learned a few spells. She had to find Muriel's heart and destroy it to keep her family together. To do that, she had to enter Black Wood through the mirror. Armed with only a few magical phrases, she gathered her courage and ventured into an unknown world fulled of mysterious creatures. That 'spidery' creature reminded of me of the spider in Harry Potter. Then, it took me by surprise. It was not a spider, but something totally scary! Emily managed to get out of Black Wood but she didn't find Muriel's heart. In the end, somewhere, somehow, something happened in Black Wood because the strange creatures entered our mortal world... Well done, Jayde Scott. Looking forward to the next adventure!
  • The Samson Effect: A Novel on Dec. 15, 2011

    I am a big fan of mystery and Samson Effect is up there on my list. When I start reading this book, I have hard time putting it down. It's a page turner and keeps me guessing to the very end. It started with the search for Samson Effect or also known as the Lord's Strength (an ancient seed/plant that gives one supherhuman strength) by two good friends Michael Sieff and Thomas Hamilton. The search is also being pursued by Azim the Palestinian leader to start a jihad and the Protector of the Lord's Strength Rabbi Judas and his Council. It is a wild cat and mouse chase and the ending is totally unexpected. I somehow wished Thomas would have given the last seed to the Rabbi... Grab a copy and be ready for an adventurous ride.
  • A Freddie and Jimmy Story - The Snow Cat - Picture Book on March 31, 2012

    A very cute story. Absolutely love the pictures. Brought back memories about the cats my family had when I was little. Well done.
  • Angels on June 05, 2012

    This is an interesting and informational book about Angels based on the Bible. I learned that Angels are not always the cute, pretty face with wings that we hang on Christmas trees. All of them have important missions assigned by God, for the glory of God and increase our faith in God.
  • Molly Gumnut Rescues a Bandicoot on Aug. 25, 2012

    Molly is quite a character that you will grow to love very much. She acts silly at times (which child doesn't?:))but she has a big heart. When she rescues the baby bandicoot, she goes all the way to make sure the bandicoot is safe and 'bulldoze' anyone else that comes in the way. Molly is sure to stir up you emotions deep inside. She'll make you smile, laugh,and sad. It's a must read for all adventurous kids and adults as well.
  • Velvet Ball and The Broken fairy on Aug. 25, 2012

    As soon as I read the first page, I was hooked! I couldn't put it down and at the same time, didn't want it to end. This story has many twists and turns and keep you guessing. I definitely didn't expect the ending and loved it!! To Patricia Puddle, more please!
  • Dead And Beyond (Ancient Legends Book 4) on Nov. 15, 2012

    Another great writing by Jayde Scott. Although I’m not into Vampire thrillers, I am hooked on Jayde Scott’s Ancient Legends series. Amber Reed, a human turned Vampire, has a sudden craving for blood that she can’t comprehend. To add to her misery, she suspects her soul-mate, Aidan is cheating on her, which of course isn’t the case, and her good friend disappears. Overall, it’s a great mystery with its twists and turns. Highly recommended.
  • Nathaniel Teen Angel on Oct. 21, 2014

    Oh, what can I say about this one. Nathaniel is so adorable, and when he accidentally possesses a teenage boy's body, he cant resist kissing Eloise. I don't want to give the plot away, but this scene was hilarious and sad at the same time, and oh what suffering he goes through when he falls to earth. I love how the the author wrote what could happen if an angel did actually fall to earth. Some things I hadn't thought of, like tasting chocolate for the first time. That scene was wonderful and I could practically feet the chocolate melting in my mouth. And the love scenes. Wow! Poor Nathaniel. He had no idea what would happen to a human boy's body when kissing and holding a girl for the first time. Obviously I can't write what happened here, but the way it was written was amazing. I was surprised to see that the sweet gentle Nathaniel from Ominous Love actually has a temper. But then in this story, he has the insecurities and jealousy of a human as well as the raging teenage hormones that come with being a hot blooded male.