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She is a wife and mother, who lives in a small rural town in Ontario Canada where she spends most of her free time writing.
She has always loved to read, but didn't realize she could write until a few years ago. She has told stories her whole life, but never thought to write them down.
She took a novel writing course at Winghill writing school, and since then has written four books. Two are finished, the others are being edited.
Her book Fated Dreams was named Semi-Finaliast in the 2011 Textnovel writing Contest.
on Oct. 11, 2013 :
With this novel Smith returns to the Riley saga with the same easy going writing style and down to earth storytelling that we’ve come to know her for. However, I must say that Smith’s writing has definitely stepped it up a notch with this novel. The story’s flow remains consistently open and inviting throughout. Her descriptions now really show you how the scene is set. She paints a very warm picture for her audience to enjoy. Smith does well at recapping the key points of the previous stories in the series without just summarizing them. She jogs your memory while working it right into her new storyline. She also introduces a few ‘comedy of errors’ type moments that make you giggle.
Even with this being the 3rd and final novel in this series Smith continues to develop her existing characters. As in real life, these individuals continue to grow based on the things that they’ve encountered. He also introduces some new characters that you get to know rather well throughout their journey.
Overall, there is a lot of action packed into this novel, which definitely brings the series to a head, but leaves the reader a bit fuzzy as to the focal point of the novel. It was entertaining and captivating and definitely concluded this series with a bang.
Please note that I received this novel free of charge from the author/publisher/blog tour company in exchange for an honest review.
(reviewed long after purchase)