KG1001's favorite authors on Smashwords

Gary Mark Lee
Latest book: Salem Strom the Dead Man.
Published December 26, 2018. (5.00 from 5 reviews)
Malcolm Torres
Latest book: The Pirate.
Published March 18, 2017. (4.68 from 40 reviews)
Nick Carcano
Latest book: SNAFU: Everyone Has Their Demons.
Published July 20, 2015. (4.81 from 16 reviews)

Smashwords book reviews by KG1001

  • Sixty-Four Days, A Sea Story on Feb. 06, 2016
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    I've read a lot of stories here on Smashwords and this is one of the best so far. I was actually quite surprised by how well this is written and how it really fit together. Like a true classic, this short story is set up very quickly with a strong main character and a gripping plot. The crisp language brings the setting, the flight deck of an aircraft carrier, alive by describing the incredibly loud jets, explosives, tough military guys and the life-or-death decisions. This story is the first in a series called The Sea Adventure Collection. The other stories also have strong characters and great plot hooks. If you like to read, you can't go wrong with this story.
  • The Golden Hall on July 04, 2016

    Great poems and they were free!
  • Smashwords Style Guide on July 04, 2016

    Thank you Mark Coker for everything you and your team does at Smashwords. Keep fighting the good fight to make eBooks free and inexpenve for everyone around the world. I love Smashwords!!!
  • The Secrets to Ebook Publishing Success on July 04, 2016

    Filled with great tips and tricks for anyone marketing themself or their products (esp ebooks) on line. I never would have thought of most of this. You will have better luck using this guide across all your social networks.
  • We Don’t Plummet Out of the Sky Anymore on July 04, 2016

    Worth grabbing for your eReader. I enjoyed it and you will too if you like zingy sci-fi car stories.
  • Sixty-Four Days, A Sea Story on July 04, 2016

    Slap this on your eReader for when you are on a long flight or laying by the pool. It will take you about 30-min to read it and then another 30 to read it again (it's that good). It is one of those rare free stories --- meaning it's actually good and well written. I saw a shout out on Twitter that said "Navy Thriller" and that hooked me. I'd compare it to the stories you might see in magazines like Harpers, Esquire, Playboy.