Mary Nicholson

Biography

Mary Nicholson has been writing for many years. It has become an obsessive hobby. Mary’s first book Exterium, has been met with much success in science fiction fantasy for middle-grade readers. In all of her books, Mary continues to explore the difficult situations faced by those coming of age. Mary resides with her family in Florida.

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Books

Touched by the Devilish One
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Series: Charlie's Haunting, Book 2. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 65,210. Language: English. Published: November 29, 2011. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Horror
*** Sequel to Charlie's Haunting *** Dating two girls, fighting bigger opponents, making promises to a demon, and raising the dead is dangerous, but Charlie feels he has no choice. (Visit marydnicholson.blogspot.com for book specials)
Aunt HELLen
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 12,140. Language: English. Published: August 17, 2011. Category: Fiction » Horror » General
(4.00 from 1 review)
Are serial killers born or made? When a young girl suffers extreme physical and mental abuse at the hands of her family she internalizes her anger until she snaps and releases the evil that festers deep inside of her. (This book contains language and content only suitable for adults). Visit marydnicholson.blogspot.com for book specials.
Charlie's Haunting
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Series: Charlie's Haunting, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 5,000. Language: English. Published: July 22, 2011. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Horror
(4.00 from 1 review)
*** Prequel to Touched By The Devilish One *** Charlie gets anxious when the sun sets, because that is when the visions and voices start. Finding comfort in the bottle offers some relief, but he still must attend school where he is not only tormented by his bully, but also the evil that shadows him. (Visit marydnicholson.blogspot.com for book specials)
Exterium
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Price: Free! Words: 51,280. Language: English. Published: July 20, 2011. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Fiction
(4.00 from 1 review)
Ten-year-old Max and fifteen-year-old Michael Hopkirk discover that parallel universes really do exist. Materializing on a planet called EXTERIUM; they find themselves struggling to survive as they try to find their way back to Earth.

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abuse    adventure    animal    blood    boys    bully    cemetery    child    coming of age    dead    drama    evil    fantasy    fantsay    fear    fiction    ghost    horror    magic    middle grade    murder    nonfiction    parallel    paranormal    planets    romance    school    science    science fiction    scifi    suspense    teen    teenager    teens    thriller    torture    universe    voodoo    ya    young adult    zombie   

Smashwords book reviews by Mary Nicholson

  • A Family Affair on July 29, 2011

    The writing in this book was free from major grammatical errors. THANK YOU. So many people do not realize what a turn off it is when the grammar is terrible. However, I did notice differences between American English and Australian English, but I got a kick out of that. Before I begin I thought it would be fair to state upfront that I am strictly a Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror reader. This book was definitely out of my realm of reading choice. The first twenty pages had me hooked. I liked the shift in characters, leaving me to wonder how they all connected. That was nicely done. However, after a while I found myself getting bored and I skipped several pages at a time until I got to the end. I am not into drama and mystery, but I could tell this author put a lot of work into this book and anyone who enjoys this genre is sure to love this book.
  • The Beast of Bridgewater on Aug. 14, 2011

    I enjoyed this story. The use of language was execellent and kept me interested to the end.
  • Birthday Party (A Short Story) on Aug. 18, 2011

    I thought this was a good story. I for one am terrified of clowns. There were a few grammatical errors, but not enough to deter me from reading further. I like the expression "Tiny ice spiders ran up and down Timmy’s spine". I also like the - eat up, we need a piñata. Scary and humorous. I would like to see this develop into a full fledged psycho clown that terrorizes children.
  • The Faithful Watcher on Aug. 24, 2011

    The book was exciting from the start, which kept me interested. I liked the fact that the beginning was really not what it seemed. There were several interesting twists along the way. I would have liked to have seen Lucy use more of her 'gift'. Admittedly there were a couple times I would have liked to have seen more action. For a moment I thought Steph was going to get into a 'cat' fight with Lucy, and I was kind of hoping for it. I loved Lucy and Wills characters and was pleased with the ending. I do agree that the events in the end were resolved too quickly. As I got closer to the end I wondered how the Salesman was going to come into play. For a moment I thought it'd be left open for a sequel. Overall an excellent book!
  • Enchanted Forest of Horror (A Short Story) on Aug. 25, 2011

    What a wonderfully written short story! I loved it! It kept me biting my nails to the end.
  • Eve Dreams An Ugly Boy on Aug. 27, 2012

    I thought this was a very interesting story. Even though I knew what the ending was going to be, the twist and turns arriving there were unexpected. Wish it was longer. Would like to see what happens to Ivan.