Sinead MacDughlas

Biography

Wife, Mother, Daughter, Sister, Aunt, Friend. I've always dreamed of being an author. On November 28/2011, I made my dream come true. Now I'm a proud Indie author, with an anthology in publication and my debut novel to follow shortly. I'm a jack of all trades, master of none; an encyclopedia of mostly useless information and a stay-at-home Mom, (for now).

Member of the Independent Writers Association
http://www.iwassociation.com

The Unscheduled Stops has its own webpage at http://www.theunscheduledstops.sinmacd.ca

I'm currently working on a Mystery-Lit. novel titled "Learn To Love Me" which you can preview at http://www.learntoloveme.sinmacd.ca

Where to find Sinead MacDughlas online


Books

The Unscheduled Stops
Price: Free! Words: 11,940. Language: English. Published: November 1, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
(5.00)
The Unscheduled Stops is a transitory journey into the mind of author Sinead MacDughlas. Six short stories and five poems long, this is a trip you won't soon forget! Note: One of the short stories is an erotic-romance.

Sinead MacDughlas' tag cloud

erotica    light reading    poetry    prose    romance    short stories   

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Smashwords book reviews by Sinead MacDughlas

  • Birth of an Empire: The Beginning on Feb. 25, 2012

    4 1/2 Stars, Really. I had the honour of beta reading "Xarrok", prior to publication. As a fan of Sci-fi. and Fantasy fiction, I was looking forward to the beginning of a new series, and I wasn't disappointed. The story is richly woven and carefully detailed. I was immediately drawn into the story by Kala, the Xenonian slave girl, with rare and powerful psionic abilities. I became her cheerleader as her skills were honed to make her a weapon for the military, and she struggled with her reluctance to cause harm, even to the enemy. I was intrigued by Yatrell, the hardened Dentonian warrior, who unwittingly becomes Kala's friend and confidante, across light years.