A.E. Moseley


A.E. Moseley is a native of North Carolina, and still resides there. She started off detesting writing, spending her days playing in the woods, swinging or reading. Her love of reading never faded and is completely to blame for changing her life. After reading the first Harry Potter book and seeing the movie, she decided to try her hand at writing and fell in love with it. Ever since then she has been reading and writing almost non-stop.

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Of Secrets, Letters, and Lions
Series: Secrets of the Lion, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 7,750. Language: English. Published: November 14, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Victorian, Fiction » Historical » Paranormal
"Father has started keeping secrets so deep and so large that he has locked himself in his study..." so starts the series of letters that Hannah Hunt sends to her best friend in America. With her friend's encouragement, Hannah teams up with her younger sister in hopes of solving the mystery surrounding their father. But what the girls are unaware of is just how dark and deadly his secrets are.
Roses for Cassandra
Price: Free! Words: 2,660. Language: English. Published: April 20, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Short stories, Fiction » Historical » Victorian
This is the small, but pleasant tale of how the theater brought together two lovers: a dancer and a stagehand.

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  • Killing Sabrina on May 09, 2012

    This is a very interesting read! There were many twists, and a few were left unresolved so that the reader can have a say in the story. The suspense starts on the first page and continues until the last one. I enjoyed reading about the characters and the tension between them is incredibly well written. If you're up for suspense and a bit of mayhem then Killing Sabrina will not disappoint!
  • The Old Mansion on May 09, 2012

    This short story starts off nicely and makes it easy to sympathize with the three kids. There is a very nice twist towards the middle and then an end. The twist isn't built upon and the tension breaks because of it, which left me disappointed at the end. The Old Mansion would have been excellent if the tension had been built upon and if so many things hadn't been left hanging. I would love to see this story built upon and would certainly read it if it was! In summary this story has great potential and good writing style but is ended too soon which leaves many questions unanswered which breaks the suspense.
  • The Imaginist: The Other Guest on Nov. 22, 2012

    This was a fascinating little story! I thoroughly enjoyed it. I love the Victorian era setting, and it was well used and accurately described. I loved all the characters as well. Each was well fleshed out, unique and interesting. There was plenty of humor in this too, and it never felt forced. The story starts off at a nice pace and builds up nicely. There was a lovely twist about half way through, and I found the ending very satisfying. It was just open enough for a continuation, yet I didn't feel like I was denied anything as a reader. I look forward to seeing more of these characters. This was an incredibly enjoyable read and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys the Victorian era, talking mice or to anyone with a healthy dose of imagination.
  • S T O L E N - Suspense Short Story on Nov. 22, 2012

    This story started off strong and kept going at a nice pace. The ending was certainly interesting but I felt like it was a bit of a cop out. I don't think that the ending was as realistic as the rest of the story and I felt like it made the story rushed. Otherwise, it was a pretty good read.