Caroline E. Farrell

Biography

Caroline is a writer and filmmaker from Dublin Ireland. Her novel, LADY BETH, was awarded Best Novel 2017 by The Carousel Aware Prize and a 2019 Eric Hoffer Book Award (1st Runner-Up in Crime/Mystery Category). Caroline has written and directed a short film, FRAMED (2018). She has also written several feature length and short screenplays, including ADAM [2013] and the multi-award winning IN RIBBONS [2015]. She has previously written ARKYNE, STORY OF A VAMPIRE and is currently working on a new novel.

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Books

Lady Beth
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 44,750. Language: English. Published: December 4, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Psychological thriller
Beth has been keeping secrets from her beloved son, refusing to tell him who his father is. Her traumatic past however, is about to interweave with her present, sending her on a compelling journey that forces her to face the demons she has been running from all these years. Winner of the Carousel Aware Prize 2017.
Arkyne, Story of a Vampire
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 53,770. Language: English. Published: June 6, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Undead, Fiction » Horror » Undead
On the Aran Island of Inis Mor, where Caleb Flaherty encounters the beautiful and mysterious French girl, Coco de Rais, he discovers that she has unleashed a daemon vampire, Lucius. Drawn together from vastly different lives and finding themselves in mortal danger, the lovers must accept and utilize the power they have each inherited through their strange and magical lineage.

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Smashwords book reviews by Caroline E. Farrell

  • Deus Ex Insomnia on May 31, 2011

    Don't judge a book by its cover, so the saying goes, but in this case, the cover, and title, of 'Deus Ex Insomnia', which caught my attention, represents rather well the dark, thought-provoking and sometimes mischievous contents within. A generous collection of poetry includes such gems as 'The Rules for Gracious Living', and, for the thoughtful writer, some interesting prose that explores the themes of love, death, self-fulfilment and issues of social relevance. The writer's journey, with all its inherent pain and pleasure, is there, like invisible notes in the margins, a provocative voice of conscience that argues such themes as art in humanity and primal expression (one of the titles) and the restraints imposed by capitalism, as in 'Hunters of the Untamed Idea'. The author writes, "To hear the muse and be transported into the human dreamscape, the writer must throw salt over their shoulders and into the eyes of the whispering Commissars". In his search for, and exploration of, the inspirational muse, this author has created a book that may generate that very (and for many of us, often elusive thing) we constantly strive for in our everyday lives.