8 books of various genres available to purchase on Amazon sites (and Rosedog online Bookstore) + short stories published in The Suburban Online magazine where you can read for FREE.
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by Chantal Bellehumeur
This feel good story was highly inspired by Chantal's Bellehumeur's trip to New Brunswick and her feeling of loneliness, but this is a work of fiction.
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Smashwords book reviews by Chantal Bellehumeur
on Jan. 14, 2014
Balkind and Burr had me hooked from the very beginning. I absolutely needed to find out the main character’s fate and enjoyed reading the book from beginning to end. I give The Fix 5 stars out of 5!
on March 12, 2014
I was given a copy of Mike Marlinski's book ''Mentor's Cage,'' which is part of a series in exchange for an honest rewiew.
Let me start by saying that I don't usually read science fiction, but decided to give it a try. I must admit that I got more hocked than expected by this well written story. The author invented some pretty cool characters such as giants called Tarrnaks and another alien race called Yaerens who both live on a fictional planet that goes by the name of Allos. To the humans who took three years to get there, it looked close to home at first in terms of landscape. The habitants appeared years behind, having no electricity, but they were in fact a lot more advanced. The humans soon discovered that Allos was a dangerous and unpleasant place for them to be, and became desperate to escape as soon as possible, even if it meant selfishly leaving others behind. With no working spaceship or rescue pod, the humans and their unfortunate descendants became mistreated and malnourished slaves. By that point, they are referred to Tarrnin since it translated to baby giants in the language of the Yaerens, and the humans physically resemble the giants on Allos. Anyone who dared misbehaved was sent to the slave master's cage for rehabilitation. Ironically, this character was also human and forced into torturing the others. Some preferred to jump into the well of death than to suffer going into Mentor's cage... I would say more but don't want to ruin the fun (or horror) for you. Ok, I will say this; the action packed mission the characters are forced to go on as well as the events that follow was full of surprises.
I found the book well-worth reading. It was quite entertaining and I am positive than any sci-fi fan would really love this interesting book.
~Author Chantal Bellehumeur~
on Oct. 12, 2014
I really enjoyed reading the abductee and found it quite entertaining. The story was not your typical adduction tale. It started off with a man wanting to end his life and getting abducted. Up in space, he relived horrible moments of his past as well as a few good ones in order to get a second chance. It all felt kind of like a dream.
on Oct. 20, 2016
Beautiful and heartwarming story
This well written story was a pleasant read and warmed my heart.
How can the reader not instantly fall in love with the main character, a sweat little girl named Beautiful who is always kind to everyone no matter how horribly they treat her. Although she is clearly loved by her family, the kids at school prefer to stay away from her. Beautiful is teased and bullied, mainly because of the fact that her eyes are different colours, and she does not understand why. She is so lifelike that you feel her sadness and almost want to go into the book to comfort her.
Beautiful's only friend is a girl named Sally until her older brother brings home a puppy for her. She names it Colby after her grandmother who passed away; the only friend she ever had aside from Sally.
Beautiful shared a very special bond with the puppy and was late for school one day because she lost track of time while spending time with her new best friend. Something horrible is done to her when she tried to enter the building, and I felt that the author did an excellent job at portraying everyone's reactions to it, just like she perfectly expressed all the characters' various emotions throughout the wonderful book.
Shortly after the incident, Beautiful becomes friends with a new neighbour who shows her how to stand up for herself and also teaches the neighbourhood kids how to play Stick-Ball. Unfortunately, something tragic happens during a game which made me gasp and also brought tears to my eyes.
The realistic story which contains drama is full of surprises.
The book is not long and flows very well. I read it in one sitting and absolutely adored every part of it.
I highly recommend this book to everyone. It will surely brighten up your day.