Carrie Bartley

Biography

I'm married with kids and a true southern belle. I'm not a writer, I am an avid & voracious reader. I will read almost anything and I'm a vicious proofreader/editor. It would be my dream to get paid for reading books. I am loyal to a series & only read one book at a time, although I do it quickly.

Where to find Carrie Bartley online

Twitter: @maxxisme

Books

This member has not published any books.

Smashwords book reviews by Carrie Bartley

  • To Save Elderon on Sep. 05, 2011

    The storyline makes it well worth the time to read. There's a deal of grammatical & punctuation errors but I can't be sure if they are due to the conversion of the files for e-publishing or if they were just really never edited out. Also a couple of spots where the story is inconsistent... telling how far the party had ridden, when they were walking and had no horses...but quickly moved through with very little distraction. I would tally recommend the entire series.
  • Beyond the Horizon on Sep. 05, 2011

    The storyline makes it well worth the time to read. There's a deal of grammatical & punctuation errors but I can't be sure if they are due to the conversion of the files for e-publishing or if they were just really never edited out. Also a couple of spots where the story is inconsistent... telling how far the party had ridden, when they were walking and had no horses...but quickly moved through with very little distraction. I would wholly recommend the entire series.
  • Welcome to Kalder on Sep. 05, 2011

    The storyline makes it well worth the time to read. There's a deal of grammatical & punctuation errors but I can't be sure if they are due to the conversion of the files for e-publishing or if they were just really never edited out. Also a couple of spots where the story is inconsistent... telling how far the party had ridden, when they were walking and had no horses...but quickly moved through with very little distraction. I would recommend the entire series.
  • Into The Demon Realm on Sep. 05, 2011

    The storyline makes it well worth the time to read. There's a deal of grammatical & punctuation errors but I can't be sure if they are due to the conversion of the files for e-publishing or if they were just really never edited out. Also a couple of spots where the story is inconsistent... telling how far the party had ridden, when they were walking and had no horses...but quickly moved through with very little distraction. I would recommend the entire series.
  • Sire Demon on Sep. 05, 2011

    The storyline makes it well worth the time to read. There's a deal of grammatical & punctuation errors but I can't be sure if they are due to the conversion of the files for e-publishing or if they were just really never edited out. I would wholly recommend the entire series.
  • Return To Allivan on Sep. 05, 2011

    The storyline makes it well worth the time to read. There's a deal of grammatical & punctuation errors but I can't be sure if they are due to the conversion of the files for e-publishing or if they were just really never edited out. I wholly recommend the entire series.
  • Journey's End on Sep. 05, 2011

    The storyline makes it well worth the time to read. There's a deal of grammatical & punctuation errors but I can't be sure if they are due to the conversion of the files for e-publishing or if they were just really never edited out. I wholly recommend the entire series.