N. R. Eccles-Smith
Naomi confesses the best word to describe her is: whimsical. Forget “the girl next door” and think more along the lines of “the girl from the next galaxy over” and you’d be closer to the correct personality categorization. She is an unequivocal day-dreamer, anime enthusiast, partisan of fantastical things, and unshakable devotee to story-telling.
In addition to writing, Naomi sings, draws, reads, plays console games, does the occasional concept art commissions, and works with rescued animals. Her love for absorbing fabulous, unforgettable stories is only out-shined by her love for creating her own.
Currently, she lives with her equally peculiar sister, two wild but wonderful nephews, cheeky little niece, her adorable, fun-loving cats, Kyo and Yuki, and blessedly tolerant housemate on the Gold Coast, Australia.
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The Beacon Thrones, Book Two of Dragon Calling
In his quest to find the other dragons, Laeka’Draeon learns of an even greater threat to the lands than the strife caused by his missing kin. A terrible doom grows on Valadae’s horizon, and the power to avert it resides in the mysterious Beacon Thrones―a power only a dragon can revive.
Kin Seeker, Book One of Dragon Calling
When Laeka’Draeon learns he is the last dragon left after the mysterious disappearance of his kin, he begins the daunting quest to find them, knowing their prolonged absence could ultimately destroy the balance of peace in the world.
Adeline Ve’duer Remenon has been on the run for ten years. Framed for the murder of her entire family, and hunted by an elite force of warriors from the warmongering kingdom of Varscodia, she finds herself at the limits of her emotional resilience. On the night marking the tenth anniversary as a fugitive, Adeline's past finally catches up with her, forcing her face-to-face with her destiny.
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Smashwords book reviews by N. R. Eccles-Smith
- A Hero Is
on Aug. 23, 2013
A fantastic little book, highlighting the values and virtues that would encourage any little boy to strive towards being a 'true' hero. Loved the pictures and the simple, yet clever rhyming.
- A Beautiful Girl
on Aug. 23, 2013
This delightful little book highlights the beauty that is within every little girl, helping them to see the value in themselves and in others. Again, the pictures are wonderful (just like in A Hero Is), and the rhyming is clever.