M.S Watson

Biography

M.S. Watson is an aspiring author, Australian with a passion for writing that has lasted throughout her high school years. Soon to complete her final year of schooling in 2013, she does not know what to plan for the future but has the hope of becoming a full-time author someday. Published twice through Write4Fun Australia, selected as one of the 15% top honoured writers of Write4Fun 2006-2011 and one of five shortlisted writers in a nation-wide short story writing competition, she strives for a bright future with writing as her primary career choice.

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
I guess I really started writing in primary school. I started out with a picture book which if I recall correctly was called 'Marcy the Mouse.' From there I began to write more frequently in short stories in years five and six, the main one of which being the 'Dark Dancers' mini series which was practically my take on another childhood story.
I first began writing novels in length in 2007-2008. I was 13-14 and totally in love with 'Twilight'. Nowadays I can't stand it but I do have a soft spot for Meyer's 'The Host'. Ever since I have been writing to the point where I have lost count at 9 books how many I have started, fleshed out and finished. Glass Bones will be my first published work on December 1, 2013.
What's the story behind your latest book?
The story behind 'Glass Bones' is a completely fictional one. Ira Dennis is a vampire huntress with a sad background that led her nearly to death and to hate vampires. It's one of my earlier works from 2011 which I'd worked on tirelessly longer than any of my other novels. Basically, the story is about Ira as she grows as a young woman, finding love for the first time and that almighty battle that faces all young lovers: should they follow their heart or their head? Is it worth it? Will they be heartbroken in the very end? Hopefully my novel will be able to answer these questions for my readers and fans in time.
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Books

Ice
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Price: Free! Words: 61,500. Language: English. Published: May 7, 2014. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Sci-Fi & fantasy
(3.00 from 1 review)
She won’t melt. Everything was perfect. With a future career in surfing and an ocean-front home, Iris Glass is one teenager who thinks she is in paradise. Her dad is the head of the police department, her mother a successful business woman. Her twin sister is a spoilt brat, but what family doesn’t have one? Then their 18th birthday comes around. Nothing will be the same again.
Glass Bones
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 93,160. Language: English. Published: December 1, 2013. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Sci-Fi & fantasy
Ira Dennis appears to be like any other Miami teenager, attending high school and falling out with friends... But at night, she transforms. No longer is the young lady a student. Instead, she's a huntress. With her heart set on the one guy she can't have, she must choose between her past and the monsters she's fought against for so many years...

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Smashwords book reviews by M.S Watson

  • Entangled (Spellbound #1) on Dec. 07, 2013

    Personally, I love everything about this book! The plot is perfect and carries through smoothly, whilst the characters are well thought through and I especially enjoyed Charlene's visciousness and the way she reacts at the very end. I love the cover and find that this novel simply has what it takes to make it in today's modern novel market. I will be recommending this read to my friends - I have already started! - and I have read the sample of the following novel - and I can't wait to get it! The fact that the first novel in its entirety was for free was a definite selling point for me. I find that it's the best way in order to generate interest for the remaining, not-so-free novels and find that they will most definitely be on my to-get list ASAP! For anyone considering this read - GO FOR IT! You won't be disappointed. :)
  • Right-Hearted: Finding What's Right With a Wrong-Sided Heart on June 03, 2014

    Beautiful, tragic, amazing. I've never read a memoir before, so I don't really know how the narrative is meant to be set out but I don't care. This is tragically beautiful, and I can relate in terms of love at first sight and the forces beyond comprehension as it reminds me of my own love story - we, too, weren't going to attend an event at our local youth centre but did for the first and only time ever and that's how we met. We, too, looked up at the stars as we walked alongside our local river. I commend you on your writing. It is amazingly well-written and I hope to read more of your works in future, both non-fiction and fiction. I read this in about 30 minutes - I never do that nowadays and usually if I do, it's for an author whose works I anticipate from reading previously, reading reviews or being published from a traditional publishing house. I am glad, though, as this is genuinely, tragically beautiful! - M.S. Watson, author of Ice and Glass Bones.