Jessabell Tales

Biography

As an aspiring Author I have been writing short stories from the age of seven. Many of my teachers, friends and family have loved reading my work.

Allot of the inspiration comes from the places I have seen and visited and life experience. For example visiting North wales, for a week or two , here and there, for 8 years trying out many activities or just walking along the sea front.
My current book, The Key and the Broken Wing is based around two welsh resorts. The start of the story begins with the famous resort which hosts many trams, stunning Scenerey and a great pier of entertainment. Where as the second seaside place is islated, quiete and ideal for the characters like Jezzabell, Krome and Kimberley to evolve.

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Books

The Key and the Broken Wing Final Edition
Price: Free! Words: 29,930. Language: English. Published: April 22, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy, Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
The Final Edition is available for a limited time. As Jezzabell says her final goodbye to her Uncle he gives her a key, but one that she can not place in her pocket but to install it into the depth of her hand. Jezzabell herself does not know what the key means and its power is hidden within the truth. Krome desperately needs this key to unlock the world to other creatures.
About The Key and the Broken Wing
Price: Free! Words: 1,230. Language: English. Published: December 20, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Biographical anthologies
Jessabell Tales gives her fans and readers the chance to ask her a few questions about the book. Here she gives exclusive answers to anyone who wants to know why, how and when The Key and Broken Wing was written, published and off course what will she do next.
The Key and the Broken Wing
Price: Free! Words: 28,220. Language: English. Published: July 2, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Fiction
There is more to a butterfly, as we engage in this short story Jezzabell says her final goodbye to Uncle Cherrome, yet she is not alone as Krome and Kimberley want to pinch the key, so powerful and special, from his coffin. As Cherome's coffins flies into the clouds the key becomes a part of Jezzabell.

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Smashwords book reviews by Jessabell Tales

  • The Reaper's Opus on Oct. 17, 2014

    Their is great story telling within the stories. Autumn leaves reveals the ghost of a child who comes back for her mum, which keeps the reader hooked but sad at the same token At the end her mom goes to heaven with her. I found the second story confusing however the final story The Gypsies coin had realistic characters who didn't believe in their future. Hence when they stole the coin Grim begs the girls to give up the coin but promised to take one with him. The gypsy turns up and prevents grim from taking the sisters with him. Overall their is a great plot and tense within the short stories.