Chrys Fey is the author of the Disaster Crimes Series as well as these releases from The Wild Rose Press: 30 Seconds, Ghost of Death, and Witch of Death. She is an administrator for the Insecure Writer's Support Group and heads their monthly newsletter. She is also an editor for Dancing Lemur Press.
When Fey was six years old, she realized she wanted to be a writer by watching her mother pursue publication. At the age of twelve, she started writing her first novel, which flourished into a series she later rewrote at seventeen.
Fey lives in Florida and is always on the lookout for hurricanes. She has four adopted cats who keep her entertained with their antics, and three nephews who keep her entertained with their antics. You can connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, and through her blog, Write with Fey. She loves to get to know her readers!
Where to find Chrys Fey online
Lightning Crimes (Disaster Crimes Book 2.5)
by Chrys Fey
Lightning Crimes is a short story (22 pages) set between Seismic Crimes (Disaster Crimes Book 2) and Tsunami Crimes (Disaster Crimes Book 3). During a freak lightning storm, someone breaks into Beth and Donovan's apartment while they are home. What does the intruder want? And will Beth and Donovan came face-to-face with the culprit?
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Smashwords book reviews by Chrys Fey
Two Tales of Terror
on Oct. 12, 2014
“The Monster of all Monsters” is a clever story in the perspective of a Closet Monster. The Closet Monster and the Monster Under the Bed are both eager to scare, Jesse, a boy who is said to be the hardest human to scare. Turns out...there’s a reason why no monster can scare him. I read this story in a matter of minutes and loved it.
#Zombies is a short-short story written completely in Twitter-style, which is something many kids and teens can relate to in this day-and-age. Even though the story is all tweets, it still reads like a story. I actually got chills at the end. Well done, Kelly!
The Imaginary Friend
on Oct. 18, 2014
The Imaginary Friend is clever, cute and so sweet. Kelly Hashway created a beautiful story about imaginary friends, their world and their jobs. Children who don't have an imaginary friend will sure want one after reading this story (or having this story read to them).
I had an imaginary friend when I was little, so this story spoke to my inner child. I couldn't help but smile at the end. Adults will enjoy this story just as much as kids!
The Insecure Writer’s Support Group Guide to Publishing and Beyond
on Dec. 02, 2014
“The Insecure Writer’s Support Group Guide to Publishing and Beyond” is THE guidebook for writers looking for advice. This book is divided into three categories: writing, publishing and marketing...three things that all writers concern themselves with. Countless articles from experienced writers make up this collection, covering nearly every possible topic from flash fiction writing, character development, self-publishing, querying, social media marketing, self-promoting and much more! This is a marvelous tool for all writers, whether you’re an aspiring writer or a seasoned author. And it makes a great gift, too!
I am proud to be a contributor among so many fabulous writers, but you can believe me when I say this review is honest, as I learned a lot from reading the articles within this eBook. And you will, too!
Dilly Dillo and the Texas Star: A Dilly Dillo Christmas Story
on Dec. 08, 2016
In this story, there are Armed Adillos and regular Dillos. When Armed Adillos stake a Texas Ranger to a fire ant mound and steal his star badge, Dilly, a regular Dillo, helps him get it back. Without that star for a beacon, Santa won't be able to find his way to Texas on Christmas.
This is a different, unique story for kids. Try this out for a new holiday favorite.