Kelly St Clare
When Kelly St Clare is not reading or writing, she is lost in her latest reverie. She can, quite literally, drift past a car accident while in the midst of her day dreams, despite the various police sirens and chaos.
Books have always been magical and mysterious to her. One day she decided to start unravelling this mystery and began writing. Her aim: To write stories she would want to read. As it turns out, this failed miserably. Do you know what it is like to read something you've written? Impossible, that's what. Not to mention, the ending is ruined before you've begun. Never-the-less, Kelly loves it and wishes she had more time to squeeze it in between her day job as a physiotherapist.
Fantasy of Frost, the first title in The Tainted Accords, is her debut novel. It's sequel, Fantasy of Flight, released on May 24th, 2015. The second sequel is now available.
A New Zealander in origin and in heart, Kelly currently resides in Australia with her soon-to-be husband, a great group of friends, and some huntsman spiders who love to come inside when it rains. Their love is not returned.
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Smashwords book reviews by Kelly St Clare
Society for Supper
on April 21, 2015
Awesome read! This wasn't your typical dystopian 'lone female/male surviving against all odds' book. This following a man and his family as they struggle for their lives in an America which has fallen into chaos.
TyCoobsTeeth has created a story with great flow which carries an authentic feel - not always easy in this genre.
The only quibble I had was that sometimes the emotion of the family didn't match with what I expected. For instance, they seemed to practical and grounded after killing, and were occasionally joking and laughing in the next sentence.
I didn't want to put this novel down. In fact, I looked up a couple of times, surprised to see I had read for so long. I look forward to seeing where Ben and the family end up in the next instalment to Society for Supper.
Favourite quote: Ben had heard the expression, "We are only nine meals from anarchy", but he had not given it much thought, until six months ago.
on July 10, 2015
The sci-fi setting in this book was amazing. I give two thumbs up to the author for her imagination! Estelle was a nice character, I liked how laid-back and relatable she came across. I would have enjoyed a bit more about the minor characters, something to help separate them in my mind, as some were quite similar. Other than that, this book had a good storyline and ending.
P.S. awesome cover.