Dominique Mahon


I am a mother of four, author and blogger. My writing is a passion that fuels my soul. My nonfiction writings are a strong representation of my personality and how I perceive life. My words and perceptions may be strong in nature, but they come from a soft place in my heart for others.

I currently have my Bachelors of Science in Health Care Management and Associate of Science in Medical Assisting, while currently completing my Masters in Psychology. I enjoy writing as a mechanism to inspire others.

My writing allows me to capture others and inspire them is positive ways, while freeing my inner shield.

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Twitter: @mahod4


The Difference from The Rich & Poor: Their Secrets To Inner Happiness
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 9,120. Language: English. Published: January 2, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration, Nonfiction » New Age » Spiritualism
Ever wondered if there was a real reason that you are not where you desire to be in life? Have you ever compared yourself to someone else that you desire to be like or compared yourself worth in life to that of someone else?

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Smashwords book reviews by Dominique Mahon

  • Emperor's Hostages on June 26, 2013

    In my personal opinion, the general idea of the shape-shifter concept was definitely a nice twist to the story line. The author often provided many descriptive details that centered on the ever-changing personalities/identities of Wren. The story plot had a nice concept in mind, although I found few things a little challenging to understand during my reading. One, I believe the story could have done without the prologue. It just seemed so unnecessary and really didn’t offer much to the story. I actually re-read the first three chapters over without the prologue and it seemed to flow just fine. Secondly, I think the author was trying to convey too much in one story. The pace of the story seemed to alter extremely too fast, which often made it a little difficult to follow in the readings with the characters immediately changing throughout the story. I understood the shaping-shift concept and the swift perceptions that the reader was attempting to convey, but it would have been nice if the author had conveyed the details a little slower, opposed to rushing through some of the descriptions. Thirdly, I think it was an interesting twist how the author tried to alternate between first and third person, but the transition didn’t seem at ease for a reader. Once again, if the first and second considerations were corrected accordingly, then the flow of the story would have been a little easier to follow. Overall, I believe the storyline was good but could use a little bit of tweaking. I think with the overall story line, the author could have broken it down into two books and it would have been a lot better.