Y. Correa is a literary seductress, luring one in with her talent of Romancing the Words, keeping one hypnotized with dynamic characters, and stimulating one with engaging narrative voices, strong plots, and epic conflicts. Her writes are as complex and as distinct as her person; a delightful combination of eclectic and antiquated. Therefore, the mere mention of fitting into one set genre is laughable. The multi-genre decadence is where she showcases her magnificence.
Some of Y. Correa’s works include Historical Fiction “MarcoAntonio & Amaryllis”, Sci-Fi Mashup “Earth 8-8-2: The Genesis Project”, Sci-Fi Fiction series “A.L.O.M” and short stories such as “Ryan”, “Loving … them!” and “The G. Particle”.
Ms. Correa has also been in several short story anthologies and is the Founder/Creator of All Authors Publications and Promotions whose subsidiaries are:
* All Authors Magazine
* All Authors Graphic Design
* All Authors Publishing House
* All Authors Certificate of Excellence
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A.L.O.M Episode 2: Stranded
by Y Correa
Vlad’s travel aspirations should have been a dream come true. Yet the reality of his scholars’ teachings concerning the ancients is quite sobering. A.L.O.M. is in need of dire repair and lack of technology, industrial science and language barrier prove hefty challenges for Vlad. Will he gain cooperation from the ancients to save him from this travesty or will the final destination remain Stranded?
by Y Correa
Camielle never quite fit in. Her whole life she’s been nothing but a fly in a glass of milk—never quite coinciding with everyone and everything around her. Until, the unexpected happens. An amazing array of lights covers the New York skies, and the world is taken aback. What were these lights? Where did they come from? The answers evade even the most intelligent of people.
The G Particle
by Y Correa
A day in the life of G isn't exactly what it seems. Although the mundane seems inevitable, there is something that G does not know.
by Y Correa
The year is 2130. Long gone are the days of high definition television and rock and roll. Mankind has entered the greatest age of technology. Vlad Kappel is a man of few words and even fewer desires, one of them being a dream to pilot the world's first time machine which he has helped to invent and build.
by Y Correa
Minnie has an enormous crush on Ryan. Everything about him makes her skin tingle. Without being able to control it, she finds herself daydreaming about him every single day.
What she would do to him if he were her's!
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Smashwords book reviews by Y Correa
- Praying For Release (The Preacher's Wife)
on May 30, 2013
I really liked the story, as I found it very easy to relate to. It's captivating and interesting, and keeps you wanting to find out what happens next. Definitely recommend it!
- Floor Four
on June 27, 2013
My very first attempt at reading a Horror story, and I have got to say that I was NOT LET DOWN!
This novella is awesome!! The Author did an amazing job at building the plot and characters. I've got to say that Jake was my favorite character. I was able to visualize everything with ease.
When's the movie?!?! LOL
Great story! Highly recommended!
- Stitching Inseams: Nyra and Astrid
on Jan. 08, 2014
This was a great read. Though short, the author does an incredible job of adding specifics and emotion into the story, making it come to life.
I loved the coquetry of Astrid and the not to be deterred attitude of Nyra. Something that Astrid is talented at conquering.
I recommend this read. Thoroughly enjoyable.
- Between the Pages: Sedge and Akiva
on Jan. 10, 2014
Spice, sweet. Hot and passionate. Between the Pages tells the tale of a sweet love affair between a devout religious woman and a simple and strong guard who has a soft side for her.
I was delighted with the tenderness of the story which was well interwoven with the both religious and political aspects of their world, and then the hot and steamy climax.
Love fantasy/fiction with a realistic spin? Love ardent erotica? Then you'll love Between the Pages.
- Kona (a microshort story)
on March 31, 2014
Kona is a wonderful short story that take you on a 5 minute vacation into a fantastic little fantasy at a coffee shop. Loved it.
- A Tragedy: The Short Story of Fox & Tango
on April 24, 2014
Although it's a YA read, I enjoyed this story. I was a little surprised at the twist at the end. For a short story, it's entertaining and is not a cliffhanger, which is hard to find in most short stories now a days.
It may not be something that adults may enjoy, but teens/YA's are sure to like it.
- Crimson on a Black Rose
on May 18, 2014
Really quick read. I absolutely loved it though. Well written, the characters' sprint to life and had an interesting twist at the end. Plus the cover is pretty darn cool too.
- Taint on Religion
on May 19, 2014
This is how it's done! This is the way to tell a story about all of the hypocrisy in religion without actually belittling religion itself.
I find that it addressed a very real issue without derogating the premise of religion.
I was able to relate very well to the heroine, Natasha. She was a hardworking female just trying to do the right thing, and turing to what should have been a sanctuary. Yet, in time she realizes that not everything is as it seems and that people have been fooled by the one person they turn to for comfort.
Kudos on this story.
- Vocal Remedy
on July 17, 2014
Vocal Remedy is a twisted, dark romance about a student and his teacher.
Here are some of this things that I enjoyed about this short story.
1. There was just enough information to keep you hooked, without everything being spelled out. The essence of mystery is present.
2. The twists and turns are well portrayed and the reader comes to expect the unexpected.
3. There was realism in the characters themselves, and while it's a dark story, one can connect with them.
4. I really appreciate the characters names. This author has a way of choosing unique names. Love it.
5. The end leave a lingering effect and keeps you thinking, however it also gives you a sense of completion.
All in all, while not gory (which I love the most), this story is well worth the 10 minutes it'll take you to read it. Great job. Truly recommend it.
- Mr. Bradley's Garden (a short story)
on July 21, 2014
Although short, this is a powerful story indeed.
While a work of fiction, it is also obviously based on true life events (or things that could have happened in real life).
At first you feel this homely feeling. Sort of like, "A Day in the Life of Mr. Bradley". Then as the story progresses you quickly realize that it's much more than that.
It's truly compelling and honestly moving, especially to those who have a close knit relationship with their grandparents/parents.
In essence this story relates how the world takes advantage of a caring soul. If by the end of this short story, you don't want to hug your grandparents/parents, you've read it wrong.
Exquisite and emotional; the two best combinations for a drama!
Highly recommend it! Two thumbs up!
- Let's Play on Valentine's Day
on Feb. 16, 2015
This story is an adorable yet, creative story that implies sexuality and sensuality, but is more for fun.
I really enjoyed the author's approach at the narrative. The main character is YOU (the reader). It's an interactive path to a carnal and tactile twist on a Guessing Game.
Truth be told, I blushed a little when I started reading it. I almost felt naughty for enjoying it. Then by the end I was laughing out loud.
I wound up having to read the story twice.
The first time was out of curiosity, and generally wanting to read this flash fiction that claimed to deliver something interesting. That's really hard to do in a 1000 word story.
The second time I went back through it, laughing, as I realized that the author used quite a bit of wordplay to make the story seem naughty, although it was all in good fun.
In two words ...?
I totally recommend this micro-short. Good stuff.