I started to write when I was 16. I love writing, but being dyslexic, I was a slow starter. What a Scythe started out as one short story, but then the ideas kept coming in and so here is my compilation! I have written other short stories but have never tried to publish any.
I am a student of Interactive Media in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, and now write only in my spare time, but it is my real passion.
I also enjoy reading and creating new stories and characters.
on Dec. 29, 2013 :
Since this is the author's debut book I expected it to be passable. Chose to read it because I like ghost stories. The book surprised me. It has a new 'angle' towards ghosts. The narrative is funny and smooth. The word play is at times reminiscent of Lawrence Sanders in his Archy Mc Nally books. The content is suitable for all ages and there is no point where the reader can feel the story is forced or dragging. At times I forgot it was not written by a seasoned author.
I personally feel it is just the right book to unwind with at the end of the day and I hope the author makes it into a series.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)