Lisa Reiter


Lee Ryder is a mother of 3 children and one angel. She currently lives in New England. She started writing small works at an early age and was featured in local publications. She studied theater and vocal performance and was featured in several plays. She believes in love at first sight and married her soul mate at age 19. She also has read reviewed and edited other published works. You can visit her at her blog and on her on Facebook:

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Irish Eyes
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 5,780. Language: English. Published: September 20, 2014 . Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Utopias & dystopias
Mollie's life was perfect, too perfect. As a threat of global war looms over them threatening to tear their family apart they struggle to hold on to their idyllic life in the Irish countryside.
Broken Earth
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 34,160. Language: American English. Published: November 1, 2013 . Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Utopias & dystopias
It all began with a war… Jess’ life was turned upside down when the plagues came and destroyed her family. The cities are surrounded by immense graveyards that are inhabited by dangerous gangs that rule the cities and hold the inhabitants under their thumbs. It’s a game of life and death and only the strong survive to live another day.

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  • Baby, Species Intervention #6609 Book One on April 16, 2013

    I had the joy of reading J.K. Accinni's book Baby. The book itself pulled me in and it only took me 3 days to read because I kept forever getting lost in the story. I love the portrayal of Netty and how she goes from a caterpillar to a butterfly with the help of the amazing Baby. I could imagine baby trotting along behind Netty everywhere she went and I was just so very enthralled with his character. He was truly amazing. How he had unending and relentless love for Netty and then for Wil. I like how his demeanor changed when he was with the two different characters and how they formed a family where again beautiful things come from a damaged past. I especially like how Baby was the "protector" of the kittens that touched my heart and really showed the heart of Baby himself. Ms. Accinni is a very talented wordsmith and you can tell her heart was in this book fully heart and soul. I would read this again and again and if I could give it stars they would be infinite because I loved this story so very much! I can't wait to move on to Echo which is sitting right beside me as I type.
  • Hive, Species Intervention #6609, Book Four on April 16, 2013
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    I just had the pleasure of reading Echo by J.K. Accinni. It's the year 2033 and Echo has found a family. The always endearing and very literal Echo is the spitting image of her father "Baby." She first befriends and makes a lasting bond with a dog named Barney. Then we meet Barney's family Jose, Scotty, and Abby who is a terminally ill teenager living in the projects which seem to be growing every day. The 3 are brought together through difficult circumstances but form a beautiful and loving family. This wonderful story follows their journey of discovery, through good and bad times, strange and amazing times, then through terror and salvation. This is an amazing and magical read that really draws you into a world where hope is lost and found. I could read this again and again!
  • Armageddon Cometh, Species Intervention #6609 Book Three on April 16, 2013

    Armageddon cometh the third in the species series by JK Accini is a marvelous riveting book that keeps you on the edge of your seat with its incredible twists and turns and even more amazing revelations. Once I picked this book up I couldn't put it down. Incredible, amazing, riveting, I just can't say enough great things about this book! I wish I could give this whole series tons of stars!
  • Hive, Species Intervention #6609, Book Four on April 16, 2013

    Oh JK Accini why do you torment me so. You write an amazing book like Hive and leave me hanging wanting more. Twisting my mind into pretzels with your awesome plot twists. AHHHHH Please oh please let me read the next one! What an awesome story! I love the way the story unravels ravels and unravels again! Yep this was another one nighter because you yanked me in and never let up with the riveting story of the survivors of the apocalypse and the amazing Echo and beautiful Baby! This story is completely and utterly magic woven beautifully into a gorgeous tapestry of characters places animals and events. I loved it
  • Alien Species Intervention Books 1-3 on March 11, 2014

    JK Accinni is a master storyteller who knows how to tug at your heartstrings. Baby is my all time favorite character in the series followed closely by Echo. These two strange creatures befriend humans and share a love so amazing that they steal your heart. The story is so interesting and a wonderful take on what could happen at the end of the world. We are definitely not alone in this universe. I love the harmony she creates with her characters and the animals they care for. This is truly a special series and I highly recommend it to anyone.
  • Breathless (Blue Fire Saga #1) on April 23, 2014

    Breathless.....left me ... well Breathless! This is such an amazing read! I'm a huge twilight fan and vampires are a part of my list of literature that I love. I had the opportunity to read this book and I really enjoyed it. I loved his take on vampires and vampire hunters this was very different than your commonplace vampire story. The one toothed gratham was also super interesting. Scott is a master storyteller and paints a beautiful picture in your mind of his characters and of the places they interact. I loved the main character Lisa she was so amazing, flawed yet beautiful. I also have a soft spot for Callie she is so perky and loveable! I cried during the final confrontational scene. I don't want to spoil it other than to say WELL DONE! I love this story and I will be reading the rest of the series for sure!
  • Alien Species Intervention Books 1-3 on May 27, 2014
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    JK Accinni is a talented word artist whose books are thought provoking and really draw you in. It is easy to fall in love with her characters. I am a huge fan of this author who you can really see puts her heart and soul into these books. She is incredibly insightful as to the way the world may end. I only hope we have a womb to save us when the time comes. The first book is such a tear jerker I fell in love with Netty and Baby in particular. I found myself screaming NO at the sheriff. Echo is a very beloved character to be, she is beautifully written and such a pure character. If you are looking for an amazing story that draws you in these books are definitely your ticket to a great read. I would recommend them to anyone.