Margie Jimenez

Biography

I love to read and I love to write but of the two, my greater passion is writing. I aspire to write for a living and I'm working, albeit slowly, on completing my Bachelor's degree in Humanities with a concentration in Creative Writing. Interestingly enough the genre I love to read most, paranormal fantasy, is not what I write. I'd love to do it just not sure I have enough creativity for that so my specific genre is still evolving although I've dabbled in poetry and some fiction and non-fiction prose. Now to write...

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Books

Odes from a Daughter - Volume 1
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Price: Free! Words: 6,660. Language: English. Published: September 13, 2012. Category: Essay » Literature
A brief tome of poetry and essays written to remember a remarkable woman/mother/grandmother who endured much emotional and physical pain and suffering in her lifetime but nonetheless loved intensely and persevered until her last breath to rear a family that strives to carry on her legacy of kindness.
Zombie Apocalypse 2.0
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Price: Free! Words: 3,930. Language: American English. Published: August 8, 2012. Category: Fiction » Horror » Undead
Fitz and Leni are investigating the strange happenings in their city. The authorities say it's a superbug but these young amateur sleuths team up to find that it's much more than that and that tragedy awaits.

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Smashwords book reviews by Margie Jimenez

  • Afterlife (The Undermountain Saga #2) on Sep. 05, 2012

    I read Afterlife, the 2nd book in the Undermountain Series by Eric Edstrom in one day, and I must say I did so because I could not put it down. Suffice to say I was not at all disappointed. Our group of heroes must now confront the forces of evil they thought were left behind when they made it off the mountain in Book 1. Their journey takes them back to Undermountain and other unexpected places where extreme danger awaits. The evolution of Danny as the disinclined savior of mankind as well as the race of Bigfoots is an impressive one. Danny's loyalty, love and devotion to his friends and especially Breyona drive him to assume a leadership role and become that reluctant hero even as he struggles throughout the book with that decision. The book ends with Danny bearing many a battle scar but still fighting on because he know an even greater battle awaits. I'm highly anticipating Book 3 to see where our story concludes. I'll know I'll miss these characters when all is said and done.