I love writing in a variety of genres. I currently have over 300 books published in all lengths from full 500+ page novels down to short stories. I love writing series. Some are with unconnected characters, like the 14 full-length medieval novels with a sword being passed from heroine to heroine. Some have connected characters, like the 31 mini-mysteries featuring a detective in Salem, Massachusetts. All of my books are written "clean" with no explicit intimacy, no harsh language, and no explicit violence. All are suitable for teens and up.
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on Dec. 06, 2014 :
What a great book! I really enjoyed this story of survival in a primitive world. The plot was very pure, Hawk keeps putting one foot in front of the other. The main characters had depth and the landscape was an important part of the struggle. The only tiny fly in the ointment was a number of misplaced words.
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Thanks for several hours of pleasure.
(review of free book)
on Sep. 29, 2014 :
I completely forgot I had downloaded this - but I'm glad I did. It really is quite good and it is not at all what I thought it would be (which is a pleasant surprise). Although the story is exactly as the title claims - a dystopian journey - my first impression is that the story is really more of a western. From the grubby clothed, gun toting heroine right down to her companionship with a horse named Blaze, the story is a straight shooter. The writing is very clean. There are no superfluous words, added subplots, annoying characters or meandering thought processes. It's a journey survival story and the author sticks to it. Yes the reader is thrown into the story without any clues about the world it takes place in, or who the main character is (other than a young woman with solid instincts who adopts the name Hawk). But sometimes more questions than answers can be a good thing. It keeps the reader reading. And because, when I reached the end of the novella, I learned that the proceeds from the sale of this author's books would benefit a women's shelter - I decided to buy the next one.
(review of free book)