SK Thomas is that unique one of a kind person who takes life experiences to a new level, resides down the street in any town or neighborhood and has lived a memorable young adulthood. She spent the first many years of her life helping others in her travels while discovering all life had to offer. These days, she can be found writing, editing and marketing while exploring other business ventures. She has published two books in her Pawned Queen series, "Pawned Queen & Transcending Queen" while residing in California.
What’s the best thing about being a writer?
The best thing about being a writer is the freedom. The opportunity to be able to create a new story of your own and having a relaxed schedule. Artists in all walks of life have a gift of escapism & there's no better place.
What’s your advice for aspiring writers?
My advice for aspiring writers is to just do it. Don't say "Well, I've always wanted to write or I have an idea in my head..." Just write, you have to start somewhere and always keep writing. Do your homework, put time into your craft & never give up.
on Oct. 16, 2014
Ian Johnson doesn’t see high school as an opportunity to get an education or to make friends. He sees it as an opportunity to get bullied and nothing else.
A treacherous, fictional tale of the tragedies happening in America today: bullying, ethics and gun control. This book will spark the debate, "Where is America headed?" and make you think about Second Amendment rights, tackling controversial issues and innocent lives caught in the middle of it all.
"It's not the guns, but the evil behind it." -Quote from Unlawful Protection
The author has a very unique writing style, with shocking twists and turns, where this story takes you and when it ends is anyone's guess.
on Nov. 20, 2014
This read was nothing like I have ever experienced before, such an adrenaline rush. It grabs at you from beyond the deepest and darkest places demanding your attention, as if it didn’t already have your full concentration. The story is composed of many interconnected parts all leading up to an ending I refuse to spoil. The mind of Phillip Frey is frightening, yet brilliant.
HYM and HUR
on March 16, 2015
Entertaining read with unsuspecting plot, I really appreciated the comedy aspect that usually isn’t associated with a character like Death. The tactile powers that were given to a mere mortal lends itself to be a captivating twist. Would Death be true to his word? The ending left me wanting more from Hym and Hur, such as concocting a devious plan to outplay Death. But a really great fantastical short story.
I received a copy of this short story for a review.