Rachelle Reese

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My husband and I have published two collections of short stories: Mind of a Mad Man (www.mindofamadman.me) and Bones of the Woods (www.bonesofthewoods.com). We are writing an urban fantasy series called Dime Store Novel (www.dimestorenovel.net). We also have a podcast called Shadow Realms at http://www.cyberears.com/index.php/Show/audio/5500

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Snake Slayer
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Price: Free! Words: 3,770. Language: English. Published: March 20, 2009. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
A memoir of Trinket, a beautiful dachshund with a passion for hunting snakes. In memory of Trinket, my pretty little girl.
The Bones of the Forest
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Price: Free! Words: 10,700. Language: English. Published: March 19, 2009. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
(3.00)
After Amanda's family leaves the safety net of the city for the Undiscovered Foothills, Amanda discovers a crumbling house in the woods. Inside the house, she finds the diary of the writer who lived there long ago before the terrorists were rounded up and the rural families migrated to the protection of the safety net. As Amanda reads the diary, she finds some surprising parallels with her world.

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Smashwords book reviews by Rachelle Reese

  • Kept (Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy: Blood Lust, novella 1) on April 07, 2009

    Ms. Winters' characterization of Greta's "catness" is brilliant. Reading it, I could almost imagine one of my cats shifting into human form and perching on a kitchen stool. A delightful diversion.
  • Dragons Don't Dream on April 26, 2009

    Dragons Don't Dream is a pleasant fairy tale that entertains and teaches without being too moralistic. With some editing and illustrations, it would be an excellent children's book. The story made me smile.
  • Haunted Bedtime Stories on Sep. 18, 2011

    When you think "ghost story", do you immediately think scary? I did, but K.F. Kirwin surprised me. While some of the stories in Haunted Bedtime Stories made goosebumps raise up on my arms, the ghosts in other stories were funny, thoughtful, tragic, and genuine. If you like ghosts with personality, you will love this book.