Dog Lover who likes her pastries full of cream and sugar...oh...and I write some ;-)
Aside from being an author, I am also a mom to a beautiful 5 year old little girl. I tell everyone I named her after my great-grandmother (because that's the mature answer), but really, I named her after my favorite princess - just so happens I got lucky and they had the same name...If I wasn't a writer, I would work on a horse ranch - I'm an animal lover (in addition to dogs, horses are at the top of my list). I wear flip-flops pretty much everywhere I go. I would rather stay awake until 5 am than get up at 5 am (years of bar tending have left their mark), if I can, I'm going to the beach AND I will always be nice to people who bring me chocolate...or coffee...if you bring me both, I'll probably love you forever.
A gypsy at heart, I write the way I live, following the story wherever it may lead, always ready to start the next one. This is clearly reflected in my body of work which to date includes everything from Children's Lit to Thrillers.
Where to find K.S. Thomas online
Where to buy in print
Lost Avalon (A Finding Nolan Novel #1)
by K.S. Thomas
Fame, fortune and a future paved with rock 'n roll gold - Blaise Nolan has it all. With his brooding good looks, haunting voice and troubled lyrics of a soul gone lost, it's no wonder his band Finding Nolan has been climbing the music charts with back to back hits. Only Blaise didn't wind up brooding, haunted and lost by accident...
Until It's Not
by K.S. Thomas
It's been five years since I've seen him. Five years of growing up and growing apart. But every second we've spent separated by time and distance will disappear the second I see him.
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Smashwords book reviews by K.S. Thomas
- A Simple Matter of Justice
on Jan. 12, 2013
In the first few pages, Annamaria Bazzi paints a vivid picture of a horrible attack on a young woman named Samantha, the lead female character, but as the story continues to unfold it leads the reader on a mesmerizing journey into the world of Spirit Animals who have their own very unique take on justice.
I haven’t read many short stories, so I really wasn’t sure what to expect. Would there be enough time to develop the characters? Would there be a substantial amount of depth and build up as the story came to a head? And, would I feel like the conflict was sufficiently resolved at the end? Yes! Yes, and Yes again! Annamaria Bazzi did a superb job at reeling me, making me fall for her characters and then delivering an ending that did not disappoint!