Stacey Jaine McIntosh

Biography

Stacey Jaine McIntosh was born in Perth, Western Australia where she still resides with her husband and their four children.
Although her first love has always been writing, she once toyed with being a Cartographer and subsequently holds a Diploma in Spatial Information Services.
In 2011, she had her first short story Freya published in an anthology, over two dozen more stories and 2 poems have followed.
Stacey is also the author of a self-published novel Solstice, Morrighan and Lost, and she is currently working on several other novels simultaneously
When not with her family or writing, she enjoys reading, photography, genealogy, history, Arthurian myths and witchcraft.

Where to find Stacey Jaine McIntosh online

Books

Lost
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 30,710. Language: English. Published: February 27, 2019. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author, Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
Where will you go once you are lost? Who will you seek? What will you find, awaiting you in the shadows? Enter… if you dare, into worlds where faeries, werewolves, vampires, gods, angels and demons collide.
Morrighan
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 6,270. Language: English. Published: September 29, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories, Fiction » Fairy tales
When Morgan was ten years old her father was murdered by Uther Pendragon and she vowed revenge. Now an adult and gifted with a very powerful ally in the form of the Morrighan, Morgan is able to enact her revenge. But it comes at a steep price: the knowledge of Arthur’s premature death. Can Morgan prevent the Goddess’s prediction from coming true or is Camelot destined to fall?
Solstice
Series: Advent Mor, Book 1. Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 47,820. Language: English. Published: May 12, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General, Fiction » Romance » Fantasy
The High Queen was dead, and Advent Mor is in the throes of being divided up piecemeal between her six children. While in the woods, not far away, a Faery in exile seeks to reclaim the throne of Aisling, which was taken from her, while elsewhere, the Dragons toy with the lives of mortals.

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Smashwords book reviews by Stacey Jaine McIntosh

  • A Gentleman's Luck on Dec. 16, 2011

    The idea was good but it badly needs to be proofread and formatted.
  • Ne-Fairy-ous Deeds on Dec. 20, 2011

    Loved it.
  • To Tell the Story of Them on Dec. 21, 2011

    So sad and tragic that you had me in tears.
  • Second-Hand Princess on Jan. 02, 2012

    I actually found myself being hooked from the start. The author should look at editing and proofreading though.
  • Angel Cross Breed on Jan. 21, 2012

    The author needs to proofread and take a good look at punctuation. Difficult to read.
  • Athenian Night on Jan. 22, 2012

    Something about the way it was written that made the story feel stilted. If the author was trying to pull off 2nd person POV it didn't work as well as it could have. Also not a good idea to link in your previous stories in subsequent ones if a reader hasn't read any of your previous works.
  • .... And There Were Cracks ... on April 23, 2012

    While I understand what the author was trying to portray, the story itself was very choppy and did jump around... a little too much for my liking.
  • 13 on Halloween (Shadow Series #1) on Aug. 27, 2012

    I wanted to like this book but the "Roxie Speak" at the front of the book really threw me, and then I started reading and I knew within the first paragraph I'd be forever flipping to the front of the book just to keep up with what was going on. I understand teenagers have their own lingo at times, but I think the author took it to extremes.
  • Justice and Sophie on Dec. 31, 2012

    Loved it.