I'm currently a college student and I aim to become a Game Animator. I write because I have ideas and I don't think I'm that bad at writing. I still live with my family but I love them so I don't care. Besides, this way I don't have to buy my own car because my college is nearby so that's my only expense (college). We have three lovely dogs who can also be quite a nuisance but I love them too. I have three older siblings, and my sister has already moved out.
Some of my favorite books are the Sevenwater's series by Juliet Marillier, Blackdog by K. V. Johansen (as well as her other books), and The Last Stormlord series by Glenda Larke. Though I have not read many poems, my favorite so far is Annabel Lee by Edgar Allen Poe.
Some of my favorite games are Child of Light, Transistor, Brothers: a Tale of Two Sons, and everything Monkey Island.
Les Friction, Disney villain songs, and Mumford and Sons are some of my favorite things to listen to, as well as game/movie soundtracks.
The Alistar's Hearts
by Danielle Kozinski
After only a few years spent fighting in the Creator’s service, Kaamil is left for dead in the middle of a huge battle. He spends years there learning of two very different worlds, his magic, and everything that he is; a Two-Hearts and an Alistar. Until, one day, his past catches up with him...
The Unlucky Thief
by Danielle Kozinski
(4.50 from 2 reviews)
Black and white, a blue crystal it cradles within. From the Sunken Moon it came, in the green earth it must remain. Kept safe in the hands of a king, kept safe in a living embrace. Lost it cannot be, but lost it was.
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Smashwords book reviews by Danielle Kozinski
The Darkness That Slept
on June 22, 2017
It's pretty good. The three different storylines are different enough that it suits different preferences for books. Slade is funny with his antics, and Dieharamon is interesting with all the drama and backstabbing and intrigue going on. I like those two the best; The High Warden sequence was a little slow for my liking, though the story itself traveled at a decent pace.
A Crime of Honor
on July 04, 2017
A well written, interesting, and gripping short story. I was interested to see how it ended and the parts in the middle led to the end without any confusion or straying from the path. I think anyone who is interested in fantasy and is looking for a quick read will be interested in this story.
on July 06, 2017
A different and interesting take on what is after death. If you like to read stories about the afterlife and are looking for something shorter, I would definitely recommended this story.