Ryan Peter

Biography

Ryan Peter is a South African writer of speculative fiction, philosophy, faith and inspirational works. He is the author of "ALIVE (How to Enjoy Living)" and the fantasy series "The Rise of the Kings". "When Twins War", the first prelude in the series, is due for release mid-2011.

Ryan blogs regularly at his website in addition to being published in various media channels both online and offline.

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Books

Alive (How to Enjoy Living)
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Price: Free! Words: 26,590. Language: English. Published: May 4, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Spiritual inspiration
Life is meant to be enjoyed, but so few of us enjoy it to its fullest. We wonder - can we really be happy? ALIVE shows where true contentment, joy, peace and adventure can be found. But it's found where we might least expect it, where no one taught us to look. We can finally enjoy living. We can finally be alive.

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Smashwords book reviews by Ryan Peter

  • A Petition to Magic on Feb. 04, 2013

    I must say, I quite enjoyed this little story. What intrigued me most was the characters, notably Queen Celeste. You're never quite sure what she's up to. At first she comes across as a bit of a silly girl, but then you always get the impression she has something else up her sleeve. She has an interesting relationship with the main character as well and his problem with casting magic is a very interesting one. “A Petition to Magic” is an entertaining read with some parabolic elements. It's a well written story from Downs and great if you're looking for something that will make you smile in the end.
  • A Petition to Magic on Feb. 04, 2013

    I must say, I quite enjoyed this little story. What intrigued me most was the characters, notably Queen Celeste. You're never quite sure what she's up to. At first she comes across as a bit of a silly girl, but then you always get the impression she has something else up her sleeve. She has an interesting relationship with the main character as well and his problem with casting magic is a very interesting one. “A Petition to Magic” is an entertaining read with some parabolic elements. It's a well written story from Downs and great if you're looking for something that will make you smile in the end.