Harma-Mae Smit

Biography

Harma-Mae Smit is currently surviving your typical tumultuous twenty-something years, but through it all has clung to three constants in her life: God, travel and writing. Despite her strong Dutch-Canadian roots, she’s discovered a small piece of Brazil in her soul after venturing onto the South American continent. Her love of travel, though, is rivalled only by her life-long love of writing. Her fingers felt the itch even before she could spell, requiring the conscription of her mother to spell out every word of her story that had to be written.

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Books

Johnnie's Girl
By Harma-Mae Smit
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 8,570. Language: English. Published: October 12, 2012. Category: Fiction
Johnnie Reynolds has a starring role in his own life. Debbie MacDonald is his leading lady. And Cricket is destined to be the sidekick - forever watching his best friend's glamorous life from the sidelines. So when Cricket falls for Debbie MacDonald, he knows it's hopeless to compete against Johnnie's movie stardom, looks and charm. But he can't help wish he wasn't the sidekick of this show...
Spring Fever
By Harma-Mae Smit
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 1,230. Language: English. Published: December 1, 2011. Category: Fiction
Why is Emily so restless? It's definitely not her job - she loves her job. This is the same restless feeling she used to get in school, when the teacher droned on and on and she stared out the window at bright blue skies, longing to be out in the warm sunshine... When everyone around her is falling in love. But it definitely isn't spring time. Still, maybe Emily is falling in love...

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