Ashlee Scheuerman


Ashlee is a writer, dreamer, and artist of many colours.

Alongside the husband, family and many feline associates, she resides in their nest of creativity hidden somewhere around the ever-beautiful Western Australia. Thoughts of story-writing usually fill her mind, but to retain a degree of sanity, she finds time for reading, watching anime and playing videogames, and fashioning yarn crafts. Travelling, animals and nature, delicious foods, tarot and other things of a spiritual nature rank high in Ashlee’s extensive interests, as well as running her small jewellery business, The Dragon's Hoard.

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Smashwords book reviews by Ashlee Scheuerman

  • The Two Brothers on Jan. 21, 2012

    A fantastic follow-up to the novel "Ruin" by N.M. Martinez. This story offers precisely what you're hoping to discover upon finishing "Ruin", exploring the depth of relationship between the fascinating and somewhat mysterious brothers. I'm looking forward to much more from the world of "Ruin".
  • Ruin on Jan. 21, 2012

    A brilliant and vivid world is born in "Ruin". The characters are portrayed in a way which makes you eager to follow their journey, drawing you through an exciting tale of self-discovery for main character, Paula, and revealing a world which is far more than it seems from the outside. This book perfectly sets up a world which I will gladly immerse myself in again and again.
  • Silver Thaw on Jan. 21, 2012

    Exceptional storytelling from Amy Rose Davis draws you into the solid and well-imagined world in "Silver Thaw" with ease, then the tale progresses at a perfect pace. Emotional responses to the characters are key, and range from sympathy, to camaraderie, to loathing, and shades of feelings in between. A very enjoyable example of the skill of the author.
  • Blood Lust (Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy: Preternaturals Book 1) on Feb. 18, 2012

    "Blood Lust" was a fun read because the characters feel so familiar from the first time we meet them. This works especially well for a novella collection, where we want to dive right into the story itself. An expansive an well-established world is bared, promising more sassy tales with interesting characters! Looking forward to reading more from Zoe Winters.