June Vollans

Biography

I was born second and the oldest girl into a family of 7 children back in 1950. My father was a bit of a gypsy so we moved a lot as I was growing up. That never actually stopped for me. I have worked at many different jobs, always making it my goal to do the best I could for the people I was working with. I married at 25, divorced at 32, and lived alone for a lot of years. Was I lonely? Sometimes. But all-in-all, I enjoyed those years. Then in 2010 I met a lovely man who is my soul mate. We moved in together in 2011 and now live in a motorhome, traveling where the road takes us. We enjoy panning for gold, taking photos, and being together. We have two dogs, Niki (a Border Collie-Belgian Malinois cross) and Swiffer (a Havanese). My husband and I each keep a blog of our travels and, amazing enough, he has many people worldwide watching us. I have a blog of my authorship and would love to see YOU on there. Leave me a comment if you are so inclined. I also appreciate any reviews or comments you might like to leave on Smashwords about my books.

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Books

Deakin Inheritance
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 137,170. Language: English. Published: August 16, 2012. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
(4.00)
Inheriting several million credits might be everyone's dream, but when the only other heir decides to hunt her down, Calida wonders if it's worth risking her life. How does one give back an inheritance?
Phaon and Mariah: Tracing the Past
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 199,380. Language: English. Published: July 13, 2012. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Now that the group of friends is behind the veil of protection from frysa, they can relax into life at Aranor’s Palace… or can they? Tracing the Past picks up at the closing of the Palace doors and continues following Mariah as she uncovers the complete story of her own world as well as that of Malidri. While she researches, she may as well have some fun.
Phaon and Mariah: The Trouble with Dreams
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 217,730. Language: English. Published: July 13, 2012. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Mariah is the head of the drömvakt or dream guards on the planet of Sapphira. Phaon is an ellylion on the planet of Malidri. Through dreams, the drömvakt keep track of the goings on of the planet. But something has gone terribly wrong on Sapphira. The drömvakt are dying and no one knows why. Mariah must go to Malidri and investigate and she needs all the help she can get.
Phaon and Mariah: The Beginning
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 20,690. Language: English. Published: July 13, 2012. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
(5.00)
Before Mariah arrives on their realm, Phaon, Lowenhard and Gruffydd share life together in the world. Follow them in the days leading up to their meeting with Mariah in the tavern at Livery. They are busy preparing for frysa, a time when the whole world and everything on its surface freezes for 90 days. It is a time for battles and rewards… and friendship. It is a time of dreams and prediction

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Smashwords book reviews by June Vollans

  • Sentence of Marriage (Promises to Keep: Book 1) on July 19, 2012
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    I loved this book! All the way through I felt with Amy, her pain and her joys. I can't wait to read the next book and see how this marriage will go. Hopefully Amy will eventually learn to say "no" to things she does not want, but that will probably take a long time yet. You are a good writer, Shayne. https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/junevollans
  • The Clone on Aug. 12, 2012

    What an interesting little read! I enjoyed the way you write... clean and simple. The second last bit was a comedic surprise, although I don't know if I liked the ending. Anyway, I'd recommend it as a short story, something quick and entertaining to read. :)
  • The Tattoer on Aug. 13, 2012

    Very satisfying read! I enjoyed how you write, the calm, smooth way that the words flow throughout your story. Check for a few typos... not many, but a few. This book is gentle, yet shocking. I recommend it. :) Thank you, AJ Balkin, for an hour of good reading.
  • Sir Duncan versus the Peanut Butter Pirates on Sep. 10, 2012

    Although I am not a kid, I thoroughly enjoyed this story. The author is brilliant in his use of everyday day things to tell the story of a child, bored with summer days, who happens upon a door in the back of the closet that leads to another land. His mother believes his adventures are fantasy. His father seems to know they are real. I am looking forward to reading more from Michael J. Shanley.