Mira Jeffreys is a Georgia native, an original Georgia Peach, who recently decided to pick up everything and relocate to the Sunflower State. She's enjoyed writing for much of her life. She was first published at the age of eight, when her short story was selected as the winning piece to represent her school for her grade level. From that day forward, her passion for writing continued to be the driving force behind her creativity. She used her talents as a freelance ghostwriter, serving global clients and crafting thousands of articles, hundred of ebooks, and dozens of books.
In Her Own Words:
I write because I have a passion to touch many hearts. I can accomplish this through my writing. Those who enjoy my stories, always comment about how different parts of the story touched their hearts. That is my aim as a writer. I live to create characters who will come alive and jump off of the page. I love creating scenes so real the readers are pulled into the action. I enjoy long drives through the countryside, beautiful awe-inspiring sunsets, and a hot cup of coffee. I married my best friend and together we enjoy quiet living in a small town in Kansas. I'm a mom of six beautiful children, & grandmother of two lovely beings who've completely stolen my heart.
Emma Benson's struggle with her identity began the day her parents told her that she was adopted. Now years later as her relationship with her parents continues to deteriorate, surprising news forces Emma to embark on a journey of self-discovery to find the mother who left her behind. Armed with countless questions, she travels into the unknown to find a woman who didn't want to be found.
What started out as a normal Friday night, quickly turned into a night of terror that the residents of Havenwood wouldn’t soon forget. On this fateful night, people carried on with their lives, completely unaware of the hungry insatiable monster headed straight for them. Lives will be shattered, and lives will be lost. The storm that descends upon Havenwood will change Benny and Nora’s lives.
Mistakes are meant to be made and sometimes promises are broken. But for two young teenagers, one awful mistake turns their entire lives upside down. A normal summer night turns into a horrifying nightmare when everything Lena and Janine knew, loved, and cherished was taken away from them. An unexpected betrayal drives Lena and Janine apart... a surprising phone call brings them together again.
Grace is a smart young girl. She lives out her life doing two things. Going to school and spending time with her mother. She doesn't really need anything else to be happy. But when the unthinkable happens, Grace is faced with a quick succession of changes that her heart is not ready for. As she sinks deeper into a cloud of sadness, relief comes from an unexpected source.
The Whispering Man
on Nov. 10, 2017
I was pleasantly surprised with The Whispering Man. What started out as an appearance of a young man's paranoia over his girlfriend's perceived infidelity, turns out to be something far more darker and sinister. This story creeped me out!!! I loved it!!
The Stolen Days of John Mann
on Jan. 02, 2020
I am a fan of apocalyptic themes stories. I’m delighted to have come across The Stolen Days of John Mann. I felt like I was right there with the characters. I love how the author uses his words in a way that creates vivid pictures in my mind. This is a must for any fiction I read. By the time I got midway way through, I knew that I was going to read more of Charles’ work. Worth reading.
The Truth About Monsters - The Pixie and the Monster Underneath the Bed
on Jan. 02, 2020
As a child, I was afraid of the dark and always thought something was under my bed! I had to laugh out loud when the author said that the dust usually seen under the bed was just Nina’s hair.
Cute and Delightful
The imagery painted with the story about Teddy allowed me to temporarily run and skip and splash puddles and even touch rainbows. Delightful read