J. C. Sayer

Biography

J.C. is a photographer, recovering web designer, self-proclaimed Grand Duchess of Procrastinating. She lives in the frozen wastelands of Canada with hordes of furry animals to assist her with her "work".

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Books

Next Year, Things Will Be Different
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 18,630. Language: English. Published: June 30, 2014 by Lemorn Literary Works. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - multi-author
(3.00)
Next Year, Things Will Be Different A collection of three unique short stories by three different authors. Next Year by Tyramir Ross Illusion Of Choice by John Biscarner The Garbage Man's Boy by J.C. Sayer
An Unclouded Moon
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 13,520. Language: English. Published: January 1, 2013 by Lemorn Literary Works. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Urban
(4.00)
Phyllis, a fiercely independent woman from across the ocean, tracks two vampires to a picturesque Canadian village on Bell Island, Newfoundland. With help from the local constable, can Phyllis hunt down the vampires in time?

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Smashwords book reviews by J. C. Sayer

  • The Bomb on July 01, 2014

    I liked it. This short story was an entertain read, reminisce of a lot of BBC and British fluff we get here in Canada.
  • Toy Box on July 01, 2014

    The short story is straight-forward, predictable and emotionally saddening.
  • Original Justice on July 13, 2014

    Well written. It is Part 1 of a larger story, not a stand-a-lone short.
  • Pest Control (A Short Story) on July 13, 2014

    This wonderful little gem was highly entertaining. I loved this future world. I never thought it would be so interesting reading about exterminators. Thank you for sharing.
  • Entrance on July 13, 2014

    Some awkward dialogue. Despite the flaws, I enjoyed this odd story. The story is a a cross between "The Flight That Disappeared" and the new "Predators" movie. The ending seems a little abrupt and overall the whole story could have used more fleshing out. Thank you for sharing.
  • Old Man's Time on July 13, 2014

    What can I say about this quick read? Chapter 1 felt very disjointed while I continued to read Chapter 2, 3 and Chapter 4 really isn't a chapter but a punch line. There is something very sympathetically at the heart of this story and is a worthy read. For the author, I think you are still trying to find your voice, I wish you luck on that journey.
  • A Song for Naia on July 13, 2014

    This is a very quick read. It actually reads like a precursor to a romance novel; with flowery word choices and alliterations. Some overused words.
  • Not Enough Hours in the Day on July 31, 2014

    I loved this short. Unfortunately, it does suffer from what I call "Setting the stage" but once you get passed the first few hundred words, you get the meat of the story. A special locket troupe. Despite many of the stereotypes, it was a refreshing read. I would recommend this book to the over 30 crowd.
  • The Book of Counted Wonders and Musings on Dec. 27, 2015

    Moving way to string some words together. I appreciate xlii greatly.