Scarlett Archer

Biography

Scarlett Archer is an author and full time graphic designer based in Melbourne Australia. She has been writing for over fifteen years, completed over eleven novels, and her main drive is in speculative fiction or its contrasting opposite romantic comedic novels. She has a passion for studying the art of story telling and is a grand lover of movies. Her focus in work is book cover designs which enables her to put all her energy in to the area she loves most- literature.

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Books

Oscar and Josephine
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 39,970. Language: English. Published: May 7, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
In 1880, in the aftermath of their parents’ divorce, nineteen year-old Josephine and her brother Oscar, only six, can do nothing to prevent the destruction of their family except pray. But the divine answer they receive is not what they expected. It is God’s will that the distraught brother and sister should stay together always. They will never grow older…and they will never die.
1001 First Lines
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 25,010. Language: English. Published: February 19, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Reference » Quotations
Have you ever wondered which novels contain the most famous opening lines? Or how the writers of Science Fiction compare to those of Romance? Now you can compare for yourself, with 1001 of the best and worst First Lines from fifteen genres. 1001 First Lines is for the writers and the readers of the world, providing inspiration and instruction, with a checklist of titles to tick off as you go.

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  • So You Want an Online Book Tour on March 08, 2012

    I've just published my book and this was a vital piece of reading! I had no idea there was so much involved, and Jaime McDougall writers in a really easy to read, clear way. The information and advice in this book is invaluable. I recommend it to any author wondering about getting out there and getting some exposure!
  • The Shiny on March 13, 2012

    This is a very witty story. It's short, something to read before you go to bed, or on the bus or even at lunch. Really entertaining, and very honest about the life of a writer!