"Fantasy is a wonderful way to run away from the mundane,” sez me.
Others say, "M.K. Theodoratus is a captivating storyteller who prefers the power of short stories.
Theodoratus has been in love with fantasy since first discovering the Oz books as a child. She has never stopped delving into the fantasy worlds of other writers. She became inflicted with an addiction to story and writing after creating a Nancy Drew fan fiction novel for a school assignment. Her incomplete assignment turned into her first novel the summer after the sixth grade.
Now, Theodoratus has created the worlds of Andor and Far Isles Half-Elven for readers to get lost in. Andor is populated with stalking demons, always hunting for unsuspecting humans to prey on and terrorize, and magic. The Far Isle Half-Elven is a society in upheaval as genetic drift of the hybrid human-elf population changes everything from relationships to politics. Check out her short stories about Andor and the Far Isles, some of them free.
M.K. Theodoratus loves connecting with fans. Check out her author hub for news and snippets of upcoming work at http://www.mktheodoratus.com. You can read and comment on her blog, find her on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, and Google+.
on June 01, 2014 :
This is the second story by M. K. Theodoratus that I've read and I'm still fascinated by how entertaining and fun can a short story like this be! The best part is that 'Night for the Gargoyles' is an introduction to a bigger story - there's more of greatness to come. If you like reading horror stories that keep you on the edge of your seat and leave you breathless, you'll definitely love this one! A+++
(review of free book)
on Nov. 17, 2013 :
This short story (which evolved into a novel forthcoming from the author) sets the stage for an epic battle to come. Gillen, the gargoyle protagonist, is a likable creature, and his interactions with the human girl Britt are enjoyable and believable. Some of the interior monologue lines threw me because they weren't italicized, but I thoroughly enjoyed this tale overall. To hell with the devils!
(review of free book)