Earlene Brittingham


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Earlene Brittingham's favorite authors on Smashwords

Kim Richardson
Latest book: Sombre Destin.
Pre-release—available August 15, 2020.
Candy Rae
Latest book: Demon Citadel.
Published December 24, 2019.
Eric Livingston
Latest book: Brandon Marlowe and the Darkness of the Light.
Published August 10, 2012. (4.91 from 47 reviews)
Margaret R Taylor
Latest book: Cannon Fodder.
Published March 30, 2014.
Aiki Flinthart
Latest book: Rogues' Gallery.
Pre-release—available June 14, 2020.
Miracle Jones
Latest book: Soil.
Published July 13, 2011. (5.00 from 1 review)
David J Schow
Latest book: Crypt Orchids.
Published November 14, 2016.
Steve Rasnic Tem
Latest book: Celestial Inventories.
Published December 10, 2019.
Richard Herley
Latest book: Phoebe Rising.
Published July 1, 2019.
Bill Blais
Latest book: Fragile.
Published September 15, 2015.
Michael Prescott
Latest book: Undertow.
Published February 18, 2020.
Charles L. Grant
Latest book: Raven.
Published December 26, 2019.
Bill Crider
Latest book: Eight Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
Published June 13, 2017.
Ed Gorman
Latest book: Zone Soldiers.
Published September 13, 2019.
Kathryn Ptacek
Latest book: And No Birds Sing.
Published April 28, 2018.
John Farris
Latest book: Sharp Practice.
Published June 21, 2014.
Gerard Houarner
Latest book: Visions Through a Shattered Lens.
Published January 24, 2016.
FM Stutz
Latest book: A Convergence of Murders.
Published August 31, 2014.
Sarina Dorie
Latest book: The Memory Thief.
Published May 22, 2016.
C.L. Bevill
Latest book: Blackteeth.
Pre-release—available June 5, 2020.
David Hartman
Latest book: The Mad Wizard of Slagg.
Published March 25, 2012.
Paul Weber
Latest book: Of Wizards and Norns.
Published March 25, 2012. (5.00 from 1 review)
Peyton Reynolds
Latest book: Auguries of Dawn.
Published September 30, 2012.
Rebecca Lyn Shelley
Latest book: Midnight.
Published August 21, 2013.
Emma Bull
Latest book: Liavek 7: Spells of Binding.
Published November 27, 2016.
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Smashwords book reviews by Earlene Brittingham

  • Issue 49 on April 06, 2012

    I thought it was a great story! There was just something so matter of fact about the narrative, that the shock sneaked up on me! The "voice" I was hearing up til then was complacent and slightly pleasant. I went back, re-read the last 2 pages, and substituted another "voice" for effect; didn't work to make me as uncomfortable as that very sane, cheerful narration! Tobias was a hoot, but Trisha was awesome.