Weston Kincade

Biography

Creative writing has always been a passion for Weston Kincade. He's helped invest in future writers for years while teaching writing. In his spare time he writes poetry and short stories in addition to his novels. He also edits and operates WAKE Editing (http://www.wakeediting.com) when not spending time with his wife and Maine Coon cat, Hermes, who talks so much he must be a speaker for the Gods. Weston is currently working on a variety of paranormal and fantasy novels. As the wordsmithing process continues, he loves stretching the boundaries of human understanding.

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Salvation: Book Two of Altered Realities
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Series: Altered Realities, Book 2. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 124,520. Language: English. Published: September 5, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
After surviving against a trained shifter and an army of vampires, Madelin Boatweit and her friends seek shelter on a world where El Paso, Texas, is in ruins. Its skyscrapers are skeletons of their former selves. However, Leodenin’s newfound people will soon be on the hunt once more. They must reunite, find a home, and mount an attack on PASTOR to save hundreds of innocent children held captive.
Invisible Dawn: Book One of Altered Realities
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Series: Altered Realities, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 104,080. Language: English. Published: March 21, 2011. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
(4.14 from 7 reviews)
To keep a promise and save his long-lost goddaughter, computer programmer Jedd Altran sacrificed everything, including his wife and newborn son. Now, they must pass through worlds far different than their own to escape the clutches of government killers.

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  • The Scarab on April 02, 2011

    Scarab is a story you could not help but get sucked into. Ethan's character draws you in to his focused desire to build and enter his own design. While this detached feeling seems off at times, I think it was intentional to give us a true understanding of the protagonist. The story of Ethan and his Scarab will take you into various realities fraught with virtual and real dangers where often the discerning line between them is blurred. Where does reality stop and the virtual world begin? Ultimately, is death the same in both worlds? And who is behind the not-so-subtle attempted murders of Ethan and his friends? This is a great debut novel for Scott and a great introduction for Sci-fi readers looking to escape into a race for the finish and a new life. I enjoyed reading the novel and would recommend it to others, especially at such a great price.
  • Foundation for the Lost on July 11, 2011

    For all those Harry Potter and Dresden Files fans, there is a new book on the block with a similar take on alternate wizarding worlds. However, it is much more involved, integrating manipulative king-making politics like you find in George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series and the late Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time books. Up and coming author Scott Rhine spins politics, religion, demons, and witty comedy in a new and unique way in his new release Foundation for the Lost. I got the chance to read and edit this book and loved it even more than Scarab, his debut novel. I'd highly recommend you pick it up. At $2.99, it's a steal. You won't regret it.
  • Enlightened Ones on April 30, 2013
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    Please note: I edited this novel for the author. I do not receive remuneration based upon sales. When I read The Enlightened Ones, I was both disturbed and pleasantly surprised. Maggie's story was thrilling, and I found myself muttering at times like most people do in horror flicks where the scantily clad teenager runs into a room and locks the door rather than escaping. While not a horror novel, there were certainly times when I could fully understand Maggie's decisions, but from personal experiences I wanted to shout out "Don't go there" or something similar, as though that would make a difference. Each event led to another more disturbing, continuing on and on into a brainwashed world of people striving to make the world a better place. But how to go about that? That's always the question, isn't it? Whose idea of a perfect world is right? What would you sacrifice to gain safety? Maggie's tale is one of struggles and self-discovery, and while editing I was able to relive her well-woven story with her and her friends. If you enjoy characters that feel like companions, pulling you into their world to help them overcome life's difficult choices and obstacles, are fascinated by cults and how they successfully taint the innocence of our world, or wonder at times what things would be like if only society could change, then this is a book that deserves to be on your shelf and in your hands.
  • Enlightened Ones on April 30, 2013

    Please note: I edited this novel for the author. I do not receive remuneration based upon sales. When I read The Enlightened Ones, I was both disturbed and pleasantly surprised. Maggie's story was thrilling, and I found myself muttering at times like most people do in horror flicks where the scantily clad teenager runs into a room and locks the door rather than escaping. While not a horror novel, there were certainly times when I could fully understand Maggie's decisions, but from personal experiences I wanted to shout out "Don't go there" or something similar, as though that would make a difference. Each event led to another more disturbing, continuing on and on into a brainwashed world of people striving to make the world a better place. But how to go about that? That's always the question, isn't it? Whose idea of a perfect world is right? What would you sacrifice to gain safety? Maggie's tale is one of struggles and self-discovery, and while editing I was able to relive her well-woven story with her and her friends. If you enjoy characters that feel like companions, pulling you into their world to help them overcome life's difficult choices and obstacles, are fascinated by cults and how they successfully taint the innocence of our world, or wonder at times what things would be like if only society could change, then this is a book that deserves to be on your shelf and in your hands.