H. Writer

H. Writer's favorite authors on Smashwords

David Grace
Latest book: Six Crime Stories.
Published March 4, 2016. (3.00 from 1 review)
Kevin David Jensen
Latest book: The Boy Who Appeared from the Rain.
Published December 27, 2014. (4.75 from 4 reviews)
Nathalie Goldston
Latest book: Valley of Sorrows.
Published April 22, 2012. (4.97 from 32 reviews)
Paul Hennrich
Latest book: Dieyes.
Published February 8, 2020.

Smashwords book reviews by H. Writer

  • Skies & Faeries on Oct. 10, 2015

    A tale told by someone on LSD? Dumb, time wasting rubbish.
  • The Beast of Rogue on July 24, 2016

    This is a story within a story with a grandmother telling a six year old about the history of her home. The historical story is highly inappropriate for a six year old; full of sex, language & murder. The switching between eras in the historical story seems to have confused the author, because knowledge is given to a character at her different ages and claimed to be the first disclosure. One of the absolute WORST books I've ever read.
  • Rogue Light on Aug. 12, 2016

    Grammar errors were so numerous & ridiculous, that I gave up after 30 pages. That's really bad for me to give up so easily.
  • Sins of The Gods on Aug. 31, 2016

    Boring, long winded, philosophical, rambling, etc. I kept waiting for the mystery and the detecting. I manage to struggle through to the end, but felt like I had wasted my time. Most books are hard to put down; not this one. It was hard to pick up. There were numerous missing words; words that were spelled wrong (to, too, two all sound alike but each has separate usages); misused words (you throw a ball, you don't through it.) The best thing I can say about this book - it was free.
  • A Death In Beverly Hills on Sep. 02, 2016

    I really enjoyed reading this book. Despite mixed feelings about Steve and about Tom, I couldn't help but root for them. This author is definitely on my short list of favs.
  • Where Foundlings Hide on Jan. 15, 2017

    I really enjoyed this book. But, I was seriously ticked when I came to the last page and found no ending!!!!!! If a book isn't a stand alone book, the author should have the honesty & the decentancy to say so before the reader wastes their time with it!!!!!!
  • The Stolen Child on Jan. 09, 2019

    I really enjoyed this book. The characters were well developed and many took some time to show their good side (or their bad). I was disappointed to get to the end and learn it was the first of a series, but, I'll just imagine my own future for the two leads and be satisfied with that. I'll have to be because I know I'll never read another book about them.