Diana Rozevskis

Biography

Diana Rozevskis and her abiding love of mythology, fantasy and reading children’s books to her two daughter’s inspired her to begin writing ‘The Crystal Waters Series’ six years ago.
Her multifaceted career includes graphic design, child minding and working in top salons in London; Selfridges and Harvey Nichols as a Beauty Therapist. She also studied the ancient art of Crystal Healing and her passion and fascination for Crystals soon developed.
Canadian born, she lived in Toronto until she was five years old, along with her older brother Mark, until her British parents, yearning to be closer to their family, made the decision to move back to their hometown; Middlesbrough in the north east of England. This is where she lives today with her husband David and two daughters Emma and Grace.
. . . Oh and her favourite colour is indeed purple.

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Smashwords book reviews by Diana Rozevskis

  • Takers on Nov. 10, 2012
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    Review for: Takers by Jerry McKinney A powerful piece of writing that thrusts you, full-throttle, into the action and takes you on a journey of; emotional decision making and a fight for survival. It all starts well for a family that decide to take a day vacation to a privately, owned beach and secluded gulf. With beautiful panoramic views it seems a perfect location for them all to relax. Until they are bombarded by alien-looking pods which, when split open, are squirming with black worm-like creatures that quickly invade their bodies, with devastating and grotesquely, gruesome results. This tale is a classical gore story and not meant for the squeamish. Well done Jerry really enjoyable.
  • Takers on Nov. 10, 2012

    Review for: Takers by Jerry McKinney A powerful piece of writing that thrusts you, full-throttle, into the action and takes you on a journey of; emotional decision making and a fight for survival. It all starts well for a family that decide to take a day vacation to a privately, owned beach and secluded gulf. With beautiful panoramic views it seems a perfect location for them all to relax. Until they are bombarded by alien-looking pods which, when split open, are squirming with black worm-like creatures that quickly invade their bodies, with devastating and grotesquely, gruesome results. This tale is a classical gore story and not meant for the squeamish. Well done Jerry really enjoyable.
  • Bloodpath on Nov. 16, 2012
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    My Review of Bloodpath By Lori R. Lopez: This fast-paced, imaginative piece of work was a thrill to read from the first page to the very last. I literally was compelled to keep reading, until the story was told. Lori keeps the reader enthralled and even shocked at times with her tight, descriptive writing style. This tale is a must-read, especially for the quizzical minds that have always wondered about the old legends of the Sasquatch.
  • Bloodpath on Nov. 16, 2012

    My Review of Bloodpath By Lori R. Lopez: This fast-paced, imaginative piece of work was a thrill to read from the first page to the very last. I literally was compelled to keep reading, until the story was told. Lori keeps the reader enthralled and even shocked at times with her tight, descriptive writing style. This tale is a must-read, especially for the quizzical minds that have always wondered about the old legends of the Sasquatch.