Erin Zarro is an indie novelist and poet living in Michigan. She's married to her Prince Charming, and she has a feline child named Hailey who she's convinced is part vampire. She loves all things scary and spooky, and is on a mission to scare herself, as nothing lately has scared her. She writes in the genres of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror. Her first published novel, Fey Touched, is a blend of sci-fi and fantasy. She is currently working on Book 2, Grave Touched, and is trying to stay out of trouble. Mostly. Her website is at erinzarro.com.
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by Erin Zarro
Published: August 20, 2013
This flash fiction collection – my first – consists of six flash fiction stories, as well as an exclusive four-chapter excerpt of my debut novel, Fey Touched, book 1 of the Fey Touched series.
The stories are: Blindsight, The Stranger, In Flames, The Beautiful Woman, Marionette, and The Last Kill.
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Super Nobody (Alphas and Omegas Book 1)
on July 28, 2013
I really enjoyed this book, even though it's a bit different from what I normally read. I got a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
The book centers around this town that has superheroes in it called Actives. Our main character, Michael, meets a mysterious girl named Charlotte who disappears. And his parents are not being completely honest with him about who -- and what -- they are. There's a conspiracy and fight scenes and a mystery about what Michael's powers might be.
The book ended a bit abruptly but I understand it's book 1 of a series, so no big deal.
I really enjoyed learning about everyone's special abilities. One fight scene is really memorable for its...unusual ending. It's really cool and brilliant.
There's also a fight between the good guys and the bad guys -- Alphas and Omegas. I can't wait to see how that plays out in future books.
Sick Summer Camp (Something Horrific)
on Aug. 03, 2013
This was a great, gory read. True horror! The fact that there were kids committing these horrific acts is what disturbed me the most. I would have liked to know more about the mechanism behind it, but all in all, it was a great read.