Larisa Walk

Biography

Larisa Walk writes paranormal fiction. Several of her short stories have been published in anthologies and magazines. See her latest short story, "The blue dahlia", in the Expanded Horizons online magazine: http://expandedhorizons.net/magazine/?page_id=2533
She has more short stories coming to e-book stores and is currently working on an urban fantasy novel about an agoraphobic, ex-prison inmate witch that must fight an evil sorceress whose power comes from a datura plant nymph she enslaved.

Where to find Larisa Walk online

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Books

The Clockwork Doll
Price: Free! Words: 2,660. Language: English. Published: November 13, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
(5.00)
A mother fights a losing battle for her daughter's survival in a struggle against cancer. Meanwhile her daughter finds her own solution that will change her into someone else.

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Smashwords book reviews by Larisa Walk

  • The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe and 13 Other Weird Tales on July 01, 2012

    I really enjoyed reading these stories, because their magical imagery reminded me of the sense of wonder I had when reading my favorite fairy tales as a child. My most favorite tale was The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe. Who would've thought that fairies exist and are cannibalistic toward us tasty mortals?
  • The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe and 13 Other Weird Tales on July 01, 2012

    Richly detailed stories that evoke a sense of magical wonder. My most favorite was The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe: Who would've suspected that fairies do exist and that we mortals are their favorite snacks? Highly recommended.
  • The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe and 13 Other Weird Tales on July 01, 2012

    Richly detailed stories that evoke a sense of magical wonder. My most favorite was The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe: Who would've suspected that fairies do exist and that we mortals are their favorite snacks? Highly recommended.
  • The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe and 13 Other Weird Tales on July 01, 2012

    Richly detailed stories that evoke a sense of magical wonder. My most favorite was The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe: Who would've suspected that fairies do exist and that we mortals are their favorite snacks? Highly recommended.
  • The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe and 13 Other Weird Tales on July 01, 2012

    Richly detailed stories that evoke a sense of magical wonder. My most favorite was The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe: Who would've suspected that fairies do exist and that we mortals are their favorite snacks? Highly recommended.
  • Falling in Love with the Enemy on Aug. 23, 2012
    (no rating)
    This is a timeless love story that you wouldn't expect to find too often, because the love is between two men. Alistair and Thomas, enemies in their school days, meet again in a small town of Avoy when they are in their 20s. Hostile toward each other at first, they unexpectedly find themselves falling in love with each other. It starts out as lust, but then turns into true love that lasts over 1/2 a century through many trials and losses, most of which result from the society's bigoted views of homosexual relationships. The author has obviously done her research into the 19th century America, which gives this tale stunning details and believability. Very moving story.