Dormaine G


Dormaine was born in Long Island, New York where she lived most of her life. As an adult she liked to travel out of the country though her favorite places to explore were her fantasy worlds as an author. She may be a nurse by profession but her heart has always belonged to writing. As a young child she spent many Saturdays in the library nurturing her love for books. There she discovered her fascination for the science fiction genre, through books, movies and graphic novels.

Now she resides in Colorado with her husband and two feisty dogs. After many years of working in hospitals and travel nursing she took time off to pursue a career in writing. Her first novel "Connor" is in one of her favorite genres, young adult urban fantasy. Her second love is for horror of which she created the "Madame Lilly, Voodoo Priestess" series. This is just the start of her exploration as she stays locked up her office in Colorado spinning more tales.

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Smashwords Interview

What are you working on next?
I am working on the next book under my first series. It will pick up right where book 1, Connor, ends and I cannot wait to release it next year.
Who are your favorite authors?
I absolutely love Kelley Armstrong, James Patterson and Patricia Cornwell. Even though they each write different genres, it is fiction, which I love. The characters they created have great personalities and depth. I look forward to their next books.
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Smashwords book reviews by Dormaine G

  • Phantasy on Dec. 15, 2013

    First I want to say I received a free copy of this this book for an honest review. Normally this book is not one I would read but there is nothing wrong with stepping outside your comfort zone of normalcy. At first it took me a minute to pick up on the flow of the book but as I continued to read, the flow and technique became apparent. I was a little annoyed with the main character and his lack of taking ownership of his actions. I like a character that takes charge or is somewhat aggressive but that is all right because it's just a different personality type from what I like. That does not meant the book was not an interesting read. I could appreciate the fact that the character was able to express, vent or release his emotions through fantasy which I felt was quite imaginative. We all daydream or fantasize, maybe both, but that made it possible for me to relate to the character. Plus, when you throw in Science fiction, I am there. I would definitely recommend it and look forward to more books my Marlowe, Sr.