Midnight Fuchsia


Midnight Fuchsia enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking her dog, Pip, and playing the guitar. She is an author, artist and poet.


The Pain
Price: Free! Words: 670. Language: English. Published: May 31, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Biography
A small collection of poetry — I’m not shying away; I haven’t come to apologise and take back all I said, every breath I took—it’s my life, nobody else’s. I won’t pretend any more! The pain is too overwhelming; I find it hard to see in this place of darkness... I must find a light, I must let go of the darkness inside me now... so I can live...
Too Young
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 6,610. Language: English. Published: August 24, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal, Fiction » Horror » General
What if one dream could change your entire life, could make you see the world in a different light? For Kiay Liu, it can—and does! Join Kiay as she discovers something about herself she never knew, faces a seemingly strange and terrifying future and, most of all, makes new friends. She may be young, but she's not...too young!

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Smashwords book reviews by Midnight Fuchsia

  • Elfbitten on Sep. 15, 2011

    Though it was fantasy, it struck me as very realistic, able to draw me in to Taryn's world and successfully hold my attention. I loved it! I can't wait to read the second installment in this series, and see who Taryn ends up with. If there'd been ten stars, I would have given it ten-sadly, there wasn't.
  • Elfstruck on Sep. 19, 2011

    I got right into the story and loved it. The characters are great and I really came to care about them over the course of this story as well as the previous story, Elfbitten. After I'd read Elfbitten, I just had to read this, too. Can't wait to read the next.
  • Elfspell on Sep. 19, 2011

    As with the previous two stories in this series, I absolutely loved it! I didn't think I could ever like elves so much-but now, thanks to you, I love them! I really hope you write some more stories about elves one day.
  • Unforgiven Pleasure on Sep. 29, 2011

    It just goes to show how people’s perceptions can be misguided and misjudged...even of people they’ve never met before. I especially liked the contrast between the woman’s initial thoughts regarding the guy and how we eventually learn the truth and the two characters fall in love in a really sweet way.
  • Wolfe's Lady on Oct. 05, 2011

    I really liked Darien's character; I really felt endeared to him, especially because of his little flaws, his fear of water and of heights—and, of course, he's kinda cute. Stella and he make the perfect couple! Awesome stuff!
  • Sweet Dreams on Oct. 05, 2011

    Damon should honestly believe in himself a little more—he has every reason to, after all. The guy's got frickin' *wings*! Damon and Kayla are a great couple. I found it a really sweet story.
  • A Lesson in Passion on Nov. 20, 2011

    An interesting read. I quite enjoyed your story.