Corinne Foster


Corinne lives in Buckinghamshire in the UK. She wrote her first book on a spiral-bound shorthand notebook when she was twelve years old and hasn’t stopped since, though most of her work has remained in a cupboard. She was written film scripts and plays – one short film script ‘Peel and the Broken Boy’ is in production and due for release early in 2014, and a one-act play ‘Spirited’ is being performed as part of the Supernova VI festival in Havant, Hampshire, UK in February 2014.
‘Secret of the Phoon’ is her first e-novel, to be followed by a prequel mid-2014, and others in the series are planned.

Smashwords Interview

What are your five favorite books, and why?
Such a hard question to answer! I have a wide range of tastes, depending on the mood I am in. I return to 'The Great Gatsby' by Scott Fitzgerald frequently, because I love the atmosphere it creates and the style of his writing. Two trilogies that I couldn't stop reading (I would read them while eating or even walking down the road) were Tolkien's 'Lord of the Rings' and Sartre's 'The Roads to Freedom'. I suppose that counts as seven books so far, but I would like to add two people who I also love to read: Noel Coward and Dorothy Parker. Their wit is enthralling.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
I have two Kindles. I had a black and white one, but that has been relegated since I was bought a Kindle Fire. The screen on that is tremendous and I must say I find it much easier to read books on it rather than the old black and white version. I lose it to my husband often as he will watch films or television on that, rather than his iPad.
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Secret of the Phoon
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 67,620. Language: English. Published: November 26, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy, Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Faced with certain death, Avira is forced to summon the Phoon, a long-secret supernatural power, to protect herself. Can she keep it safe from the two opposing powers who now race to challenge her for it, and when will she realize that the bigger threat lies within her own community?

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