Alice V


I am a part time blogger, artist, and writer. I love writing all kinds of fiction stories and if I actually took the time to finish them I think I'd have a pretty nice collection of books out there.

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Dead World
Price: Free! Words: 10,920. Language: English. Published: May 3, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Undead, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Horror
(3.67 from 3 reviews)
The Dead World is no place for children. The year is 2023 and nearly two years after a terrible outbreak that turned the dead into walking corpses. At night the world belongs to THEM and the remaining human survivors must struggle to stay alive. No one knows how this happened or why but reasons are the last thing on Myra's mind.
Vampire's Ball
Price: Free! Words: 6,220. Language: English. Published: May 19, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Horror » General, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
It's not your average party and they aren't your average guests. Magnus is a sexual online deviant known in the underground world of chat room porn. A man who gives so much of himself to those in need that the time has finally come for him to indulge in his own wicked desires. That is, if no one stands in his way!
Puppy Dog Tales
Price: Free! Words: 6,060. Language: English. Published: April 27, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Animals
(4.00 from 4 reviews)
A collection of short stories for children and dog lovers alike. Love, strength, and companionship is all that any dog could ever want but when destiny seems to have other things in mind, these furry friends somehow defy the odds and warm the hearts of those who give them a "forever home."

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  • Heart Spell on April 08, 2010

    For a short story it is good
  • Hysteria on Dec. 19, 2010

    A very good read. I love the different words usedto describe Constance's encounters with the doctors. I wish the ending wasn't so rushed. I think it needs to explain more of why Dr Drake wanted her and their "connection."
  • Snapdragon Alley on Jan. 06, 2011

    Snapdragon Alley is an adventure story of two friends, Alex and Sapphire. The two 5th graders have distinct characteristics: Alex is analytical and determined, he studies the bus maps of several years to pick the best routes for their adventures while Sapphire is a bit pushy and bossy of her friend Alex. Sapphire wants to see everything and anything but she’s flighty and it shows with her erratic decision-making. The story starts a bit slow. In fact I found it hard to believe that the parents of two 5th graders would even let their kids go on a bus all by themselves. It’s dangerous out there and if you’ve ever been on a bus, you know that you get all kinds of walks of life using this mode of public transportation. Another area that was a bit hard for me to swallow was Sapphire’s letter to the map artist because her letter makes her sound older. How many kids do you know use the word “subsequent?” I do like Alex’ little brother Argus. He’s mature for his kindergarten age but you know why: he wants to be like Alex and Sapphire and his parents ignore him. As for Snapdragon Alley itself, I only wish they went inside but I guess that’s why there’s a part 2 to this story. While Lichtenberg explains what it is and adds to the mystery to this illusive place with the fact that not everyone can see it and uncle Charlie is obsessed with it, you can’t help but want more when you read the ending. Will Argus ever see Snapdragon Alley again? Will the boys ever reunite with uncle Charlie? Will Sapphire ever truly believe that this “other dimension” really exists? I sure hope so because it’s a fun story to read and I look forward to reading
  • Opt-Out on May 03, 2012

    Interesting short story and I like the ending.
  • Mold on May 04, 2012

    A great short story that was a bit frightening. Worth the read and recommend it.
  • The Unpaved Road on May 04, 2012

    First I want to thank you for sharing your story. I think its hard enough to come out to your family, but to also come out and tell the world and share your life story touches my heart. For those people like me who are straight and never knew a transgender person, your story is informative and puts meaning behind what motivates someone to undergo a sex change. Thank you for your bravery and your story.
  • Yew Manor on May 04, 2012

    I'm kind of sad the story had to end just when I got really interesting. I hope you write a second installment because I would really like to find out what will happen next. I highly reccomend this to anyone who loves stories full of imagination. The characters are well thought out and have distinct personalities. The manor is colorful and I think this can be the basis of a compelling novel.
  • A Curve of Claw on July 28, 2012

    I really liked the story of a wiccan woman who just can't get enough of men and then meets her match I the twins, Axe and Ash. Its a different kind of love story because polygamy is involved yet instead of a Mann taking more than one wife, its a woman who takes more than one husband. I hope the next installments have more action and the same amount of hot sexy scenes as this one has.