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Kelly's favorite authors on Smashwords

Anne McCourtie
Latest book: The Bridge. Published February 24, 2012. (4.00 from 1 review)
Anne Spackman
Latest book: The Magic Hat. Published February 15, 2016.
Antony Bennett
Latest book: Deeper Than Blood. Published March 10, 2012. (4.50 from 2 reviews)
Ayla Starr
Latest book: Glitter. Published February 24, 2012. (4.91 from 11 reviews)
Garrett Raymond
Latest book: Reikon. Published March 19, 2012. (5.00 from 1 review)
Hannah Robinson
Latest book: Alice Band 3, the Pain in Spain. Published July 30, 2016.
John Porter
Latest book: The Old Bloke. Published March 15, 2012.
Jonathan Brett
Latest book: Three Celts in a Car With Kazoos. Published November 6, 2012.
Kate Everson
Latest book: The Way of the Warrior. Published January 23, 2013.
Kim Baughan
Latest book: An Angel By My Side. Published February 19, 2013.
Leslie M. Joyner
Latest book: Worthwhile: A Short Story. Published February 17, 2012.
Melody Hewson
Latest book: The Shade Sister. Published February 17, 2016.
Nathaniel Davis
Latest book: Anomaly. Published December 19, 2011.
Ron Wootters
Latest book: Terrorist Moneyman. Published February 17, 2012.
Russ Anderson
Latest book: How the West Was Weird. Published May 31, 2011. (4.50 from 2 reviews)
Russ Durbin
Latest book: The Innkeepers. Published December 9, 2012. (4.75 from 4 reviews)
T. W. Fielding
Latest book: The Dress. Published November 15, 2016.
Wes Loder
Latest book: The Bootlegger. Published February 22, 2012. (5.00 from 1 review)
Yari Garcia
Latest book: Scared to Death. Published October 9, 2016.

Smashwords book reviews by Kelly

  • Jack Hunter Secret of the King on Aug. 23, 2011

    Without giving too much away this book revolves around the adventures of Jack Hunter (12) and his faithful new friends as he tries to unearth the secrets and treasure of an ancient mystery passed down to him by his grandfather. It has the charm of Indiana Jones meets the famous five, and some hidden clues coupled with a clever online interactive ‘treasure hunt’ definitely demonstrates the potential for an addictive and well designed children’s series. The book itself reads well, is incredibly imaginative, and the storyline is as unpredictable as it is fast-paced. There is also just the right balance of historical factoids and fictional myth to encourage the reader to perhaps find out more about the English monarchy without being overbearing. It’s clear that it has been independently/self-published by a few typographical errors, but as Ebooks are not as tied to the final version as much as paperbacks this can be easily fixed. Otherwise I found it well-written and difficult to put down (even as an older reader) and especially as I approached the closing chapters.
  • The Captive on Sep. 24, 2011

    Imagine waking up to find yourself tied to a beam with blood dripping on you from above... This short intense offering considers just that scenario and follows it through superbly to its dramatic conclusion.
  • The Gathering on Sep. 24, 2011

    Danielle collects people for 'reprogramming', believing that it's preferable to the life they would lead otherwise. But is it ever right to interfere with a civilisation in such a brutal way? Overall I enjoyed this short, even though it is clearly designed as a prequel to a more involved book, as it was still self-contained.
  • Wanderer on Sep. 24, 2011

    Grigori, also known as Wanderer, treads the expanse of post-war Russia trading information between settlements. One night, when forced to camp outside he comes across another traveller who introduces himself as Sunrise... Incredibly well researched, this short would definitely work well as an introduction to a longer narrative.
  • Wanderer on Sep. 24, 2011

    Grigori, also known as Wanderer, treads the expanse of post-war Russia trading information between settlements. One night, when forced to camp outside he comes across another traveller who introduces himself as Sunrise... Incredibly well researched, this short would definitely work well as an introduction to a longer narrative.