Tasha Parker


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Smashwords book reviews by Tasha Parker

  • The End Of Time on Dec. 01, 2011

    One of my favorite stories! This was a great read.
  • The Shortcut on Dec. 01, 2011

    Loved this story, and Laura did what she had to do. Look forward to your writing some longer stories!
  • The Watchman on Dec. 01, 2011

    Terrific story Sasha! Very well done!
  • The Boy Who Had Nothing on Dec. 01, 2011

    Very nice little story.
  • Inappropriate Behaviour on Dec. 01, 2011

    Nice story, with an interesting ending.
  • Did I Die? on Dec. 01, 2011

    Story was pretty good. Not bad for a first book.
  • Shaded Fey on Dec. 01, 2011

    Really enjoyed this story. Laughed till I cried!
  • Murder On The Mountain on Dec. 01, 2011

    Very interesting idea for a story. Love this one!
  • The Snow Globes on Dec. 01, 2011

    This was a great story! Would have loved a longer version, to see how it all began and how the... gift was passed from one generation to the next. Well done!
  • The Mirror on Dec. 01, 2011

    This was an excellent story! I would kill for a mirror like that!
  • The Encounter on March 04, 2012

    Great little short! Well written with good suspense. There are times I think the "sickness" has invaded my workplace!
  • A Night Meeting on March 04, 2012

    Second story by this author I've read. Liked both. This is a humorous encounter between a vampire and his, uh, victim. If you like unusual stories, I think you'll like this short story.
  • Anthology of Short Stories From Authors Glenn C. and Sasha Gabriel on March 05, 2012

    I love that you have made your stories into an anthology. I keep it on my laptop!
  • Amanda Ackers and The Deep Forest Elves on March 03, 2013

    After reading all the outstanding reviews, with some poor ones mixed in, which you seem to find even on the top authors sites, I decided to give this first book of the series a try. I am thrilled I took the chance. Has to be one of the best stories I've come across in a good many years. As another review stated, the prologue is way too long, but is being edited for the Second Edition according to Twitter. I did not have any problem whatsoever with the chapter on the witch hunts, but, to each their own, and, yes according to Twitter, the authors are taking that section out. I too was much surprised to learn that the authors have never written before. This series is simply outstanding and leaves you wanting more. I only signed up with Smashwords to leave the review on book one since I love it so much, and, since I've now read book two twice, will leave a review for that as well. I've learned that many teaches in schools across the country, are reading this series to their younger students. I've read the first two books to my three children and they love the story. All I can say is, get this series or the Second Edition when it comes out, you will not be disappointed.
  • Amanda Ackers and The Realm Of The Witches on March 03, 2013

    Book two is awesome! Loved it even more than book one, and would not have thought that possible. Book two starts right off with action and picks up where book one left off, after the battle against wizards an gigantic spiders. I was left breathless at the end of book one, and found myself holding my breath and heart pounding within the first couple of chapters of book two. I can't say enough about this series. I hope they make this into a move, soon! I was actually lost in the story, feeling that I was right there with Amanda, Thian, Tia, Tianna and of course, little Sadie. I had read on the authors blog about how Glenn came up with the story, how he writes and how his characters sometimes, simply walk into the scene, like little Sadie did, when he had no previous knowledge of them. Glenn and Sasha are very creative, and I'll be reading every novel they produce. According to their blog and what I've read on Twitter, they have several other novels in the works. Can't wait. If you've read book one, you have got to read this book two. Wow!