Wounded Beacon

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Not every day the world collapses. Not many people can say they helped rebuild. Not many survived, but for those who did, we need something or someone to help us stand strong and tall. Sometimes even wounds can serve that purpose by healing much more than injuries.
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About Leslie Lee Sanders

The L.L. in my name stands for Leslie Lee. I write erotic romance and post-apocalyptic/dystopian fiction under Leslie Lee Sanders.

But horror and thriller fiction (L.L. Sanders) is what I grew up on, what’s inspires me, and what began my pursuit to authorship. I’ve written many short scary stories since the 6th grade, now they’re much more mature in general, thanks to the wide range of emotion and experiences I’ve encountered over the years.

I’m a huge fan of horror and psychological thrillers in every fashion; movies, books, sketches, campfire tales, haunted houses (real and those set up on and around Halloween). Some of my favorites stories are those that twist at the end or are ambiguous with deep societal or morality themes. This includes dystopias like Hugh Howey’s Wool, psychological thrillers like Shutter Island, and popular and classic horror/romances like V.C. Andrews’s Flowers in the Attic, my favorite.

All my ideas start with a twist which is exactly how most of my stories end.


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LittleRedBook reviewed on on Sep. 21, 2014

This is a really great story; despite how short it is, it still has a decent plot, character development, and a satisfying resolution.

Despite the main character having one foot firmly entrenched in his past, the focus of the story is on his present situation, so his (or any other character's) background, or details on how the world came to be what it was, are fairly glossed over. However, as I've said, those details aren't the point of the story, which is sufficiently well-written that the ephemeral background doesn't detract.

Wounded Beacon is definitely worth reading, and if its any indicator of the author's skills, then I can only look forward to exploring her other work.
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