C. Zablockis is an author of paranormal, dark fantasy and horror stories. Her short fiction has appeared in numerous short story anthologies, popular magazines and many other publications.
In 2008 she decided to write her first novel a YA Dark Fantasy Thriller about a gifted seventeen year old girl hunted by a secret society hell bent on killing her. To learn more about the series visit www.zeuorian.com.
Cindy was born and raised in Southern California. She spent most of her life traveling the United States in a motorhome. Her favorite camping spots were in the California redwoods and Brookings, Oregon along Highway 101. Now she lives and writes in Austin, Texas.
A thrilling dark fantasy about Lexi. A teenage girl born with the ability to read minds and sense danger. She spent her life trying to keep her abilities a secret from the world. Afraid another psycho like the man in black would try to kill her. But everything changed on her 17th birthday when she transformed and started developing powers stronger than Zeus.
After a man dressed in black tried to kill Lexi, she didn’t believe something worse could happen after that. Honestly, what could be worse than a psycho trying to kill her, because he got it in his head she'd become a monster for having the power of telepathy and premonitions. But she was wrong—dead wrong. Something far worse was about to happen to her.
Two thrilling short stories combined into one book. Lexi Greene's Dangerous Lesson a story about Lexi, a young girl gifted with paranormal abilities being stalked by a man eager to kill her, because he thinks she's a monster and Lexi Greene's Grim Awakening. A story about Lexi waking to discover she forgotten the past four months.
It’s a prequel to My Watcher (The Zeuorian Series).
Lexi never understood why her parents kept her hidden from the world, why they wouldn’t let her have friends. Her mom said it had to do with being special. But what was so special about being able to read others’ minds, and receive premonitions? It was a parlor trick. It didn’t make sense to keep such gifts hidden from everyone—well, it didn’t until the day she went to the grocery store.