Y. Correa is a literary seductress, luring one in with her talent of Romancing the Words, keeping one hypnotized with dynamic characters, and stimulating one with engaging narrative voices, strong plots, and epic conflicts. Her writes are as complex and as distinct as her person; a delightful combination of eclectic and antiquated. Therefore, the mere mention of fitting into one set genre is laughable. The multi-genre decadence is where she showcases her magnificence.
Some of Y. Correa’s works include Historical Fiction “MarcoAntonio & Amaryllis”, Sci-Fi Mashup “Earth 8-8-2: The Genesis Project”, Sci-Fi Fiction series “A.L.O.M” and short stories such as “Ryan”, “Loving … them!” and “The G. Particle”.
Ms. Correa has also been in several short story anthologies and is the Founder/Creator of All Authors Publications and Promotions whose subsidiaries are:
* All Authors Magazine
* All Authors Graphic Design
* All Authors Publishing House
* All Authors Certificate of Excellence
Would you like to enter into Y. Correa’s dimensions of literary seduction? Then simply connect with her on Facebook, Google+ or Twitter @YCorreaFB.
A. Lopez, Jr
on Oct. 03, 2014 :
I have read ALOM 1 & 2 in the series and one of the things I like best in them is that each episode is short in length and gets right into the action/point of the story, with the contrast in the environment Vlad has found himself in, described very well. It may not be necessary to read the first one to get the second, but to grab the true nature of the flow, message and transition of the complete story, I feel that reading in succession is best for me. I'm waiting to see what happens to 'ole Vlad!
(review of free book)
Queen of Spades
on Oct. 02, 2014 :
After reading the first A.L.O.M. I wondered when this author was going to come out with the latest installment. Although one does not have to necessarily read the first A.L.O.M., the thought processes of Vlad and the development of the A.L.O.M. makes the reading adventure even more meaningful.
This work may be short but I could tell the author did her research in terms of ancient civilizations as well as the engineering and mechanical aspects involved in science. The behavior of Vlad was a little laughable at times but also extremely relatable.
This is an adorable series that keeps me wondering what happens next while not getting me too lost in technobabble and pretense. I almost forget I'm reading sci-fi and that is what I appreciate most about Y. Correa's sci-fi writes. Whether you are one who reads it consistently or one who likes it every now and again, she definitely has something for everyone.
All I ask is that she doesn't make us wait too long for Episode Three.
(review of free book)