Chandra Leigh White

Biography

Chandra Leigh White is a working mom with a lot of stories to tell. When she isn't working or writing she's generally playing with her daughter, and hanging out at home with her husband. Originally an online comic writer, she found that she was just in it for the stories. She still does her art as a caricature artist, and once in a while fantasizes about comicking again...but not really anytime soon. She fantasizes about one day making enough off of her work to no longer have to worry about the social networking policy at her job. Oh and get a dog... little girls need dogs.

Where to find Chandra Leigh White online

Website: http://sporkdelis.com
Twitter: sporkdelis
Facebook: Facebook profile

Books

No Matter the Reality
By Chandra Leigh White
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 10,070. Language: English. Published: February 18, 2013. Category: Fiction
0.5 star(3.50 from 2 reviews)
A few moments with a stranger at a random stop, a sleeve of photographs, a small moment taken for granted with a loved one. Small objects, small moments, all leading to deeply felt change. This is the hub of "No Matter the Reality." This collection of three short science fiction and fantasy stories revolves around the little things. 6000 words
Dedication
By Chandra Leigh White
Price: Free! Words: 2,330. Language: English. Published: March 7, 2012. Category: Fiction
Who first made you dream? Who made you want something more than you've ever wanted anything before? Who is your hero? Starla Jones has been working tirelessly to be as good as her hero Zip Derenger, but never can seem to get past 43rd place in her nuclear glider races. Now something big is about to change in her life. What do you have when heroes are gone? Dedication.
Momo: the Disgruntled Christmas Elf
By Chandra Leigh White
Price: Free! Words: 260. Language: English. Published: December 17, 2011. Category: Fiction
(4.00 from 2 reviews)
A cute 8-page short story about the... uh... joys of being an elf. Just done for fun one year in college, putting it up for people to see and *hopefully* enjoy.

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Smashwords book reviews by Chandra Leigh White

  • My Enchanted Life on May 03, 2012
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    My Enchanted Life by Laura Eno is the story of Emma, who learns after only three days of summer vacation just after graduating from high school that an Uncle she never heard of has died and left her his house in England. Once she arrives there she learns that she is a fairy-tale creature called a Sentinel and she must live within the gate and protect the veil between the human world and the magical world or she will die. Overall I consider this to be a middle of the road book. It started out badly... like really badly. But it managed to slosh its way into a pretty decent storyline, and managed to make me want to read it rather than simply needing to read it so I had a review for this week. Emma is at least better than many of the heroines I've read recently. Though she is constantly told little about what is expected of her, she takes the reins and figures out something anyway. She quickly decides that the rules set forth by fellow sentinel Randolph are a bunch of bunk and decides to fully embrace the magical creatures that she is supposed to be protecting. I like the fact that the first hot guy she meets is not the love interest. I'm somewhat disturbed by the fact that the heroine is swayed by the power of being queen of the underworld, but not interested in exactly the same position in her new home of Wode Gate. I give this 3 stars. I'm not that excited about reading a sequel, but I might read it when I see it available.
  • Snow Witch on May 14, 2012
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    Snow Witch was a nice short story. The protagonist is trying to do a spell to save her brother from death. She must wait for a willing sacrifice. The story is simple, but has good tension. The waiting is suspenseful for such a short story, and you are made to believe that this story will not end happily. It doesn’t go to the length of really examining sacrifice, which I think would be the next level for this story, but what she does do is quite entertaining to read. This e-book is free on Smashwords, and only 1200 words, so there’s no excuse not to go give it a read and a review. I give this one 3 stars.
  • Snow Witch on May 14, 2012
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    Snow Witch was a nice short story. The protagonist is trying to do a spell to save her brother from death. She must wait for a willing sacrifice. The story is simple, but has good tension. The waiting is suspenseful for such a short story, and you are made to believe that this story will not end happily. It doesn’t go to the length of really examining sacrifice, which I think would be the next level for this story, but what she does do is quite entertaining to read. This e-book is free on Smashwords, and only 1200 words, so there’s no excuse not to go give it a read and a review. I give this one 3 stars.