Deception For Dessert

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
After a typical meatloaf dinner, Susan Spencer reveals to her growing family a secret that ignites something fierce within her husband. After a strange turn of events, the surprise turns deadly and the Spencer household is no longer as picture-perfect as they let off. More
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Words: 840
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311801104
About Taylor Lachina

Born in the early morning of All Hallows’ Eve, it was destined that Taylor Rose would spend the rest of her days completely engulfed by things that go bump in the night and the spectre of horror. As a young child living in the small coastal town of Jensen Beach, Taylor had trouble bonding with her peers, so she made friends with her Goosebumps diary and started writing chilling tales that her teachers would later rave about to her mother her in take-home notes.

In her teen years, Taylor discovered the art of poetry, which greatly helped her through the monstrous emotional waves of puberty. For an English assignment, she wrote a short poem titled “What is Pink?” Later advised by her teacher to submit it to a poetry contest, Taylor did so and won her first publication in the book Great Poems of the Western World, 2006.

Taylor attended Full Sail University where she earned he B.F.A. in Creative Writing for Entertainment. It was at school that she found her niche as a horror writer. She is currently working on a psychological horror graphic novel titled “Anoka,” that follows an asylum patient who suffers from night terrors after receiving a botched lobotomy.
Taylor gains inspiration for her projects based on her own life experiences, no matter how personal or scary they may be.

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Review by: CamilletheBookworm on Dec. 26, 2014 :
Short, sweet and to the point. Loved the gruesome factor too! Hopefully I will get to read more from this author in the future.
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Review by: LoftyChica on July 05, 2014 :
I quench more for the meatloaf. Meaning, I just want to read more of your work. I love how descriptive and direct you are in your writing.
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Review by: Samantha Oleander on July 01, 2014 : (no rating)
Definitely left me wanting more. can't wait until the next one!
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Review by: Julie-Anne Stone on June 29, 2014 :
Made me want to keep reading! I enjoyed it and am excited to read more of your work. I love the plot twist!
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Review by: Jordan Dickerson on June 29, 2014 :
Excellent! I expect great things from you in the near future. You are very talented. :)
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Review by: Zoeesme on June 29, 2014 :
short and different
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