Catherine Stovall is the author of Stolen and Reborn from The Requiem of Humanity Series, Faire Eve, and the short story, Fearful Day. Stovall is a member of the International Thriller Writers and the creator of International Bug Your Library Day, an operation to spread awareness for Indie and Small Press Authors.
Stovall received a degree in Criminal Justice from Colorado Technical University. After working in the field for several years, she has decided to dedicate her life to her true passion, creating captivating works of fiction. She lives in Southeast Missouri with her husband, three children, and pets.
This member has not published any books.
Birth of an Empire: The Beginning
on Jan. 22, 2013
Though I am not a fan of Sci-Fi, I found myself intrigued with the main characters, Kala and the somewhat cynic Yatrell. Kala’s psyionic abilities and inner strength made her “must be loved” character. From slave girl just discovering the extent of her power to a powerful military weapon, Kala intrigues the reader. All the while, the twists and turns lure you farther in and keep you wanting more.
The worlds in which the book takes place and the technology posed an issue for me. This is in no way a bad thing. As someone who does not read the genre, I was simply muddling through the deeply detailed and vivid descriptions. Once I took the time to really look at what I was reading, everything came together nicely.
If you are a Sci-Fi fan, I highly recommend this book. If you are not a fan of the genre but you want to start investigating what it has to offer, I highly recommend this book.
The Familiar Man: A Short Story
on April 26, 2013
Freaky Fiction at its Best. T.R. Stoddard takes you on a stroll into the demented halls of a place you never wish to be but can't help enjoying while you are there. Visions are not always beautiful and pasts are quite often dark. T.R. Stoddard shows us the stains of what happens when the blood of our four father's bleeds over into the present. Great read!