A.M.King is an aspiring childrens author from Australia, who has also been known to dabble in fantasy fiction. She loves discovering works of fiction that will take her to another place and time. Also writes under the name, 'Ashleigh Oldfield'.
Book 1: 'Christmas'. Let me introduce you to Scruffy. He is a teddy bear who loves hugs and adventures. Find out how Scruffy met his new family, how he almost spied on Santa, and join in the fun as he plays games with his new friends.
Clouds Across the Sun
on June 24, 2010
'Clouds Across the Sun is a good read for something different. It can be confronting at times, but there are characters you can fall in love with. Fast paced and action packed, you won't get bored.
on Dec. 06, 2011
When I first stumbled across this book, I was a bit hesitant about reading it. I thought it might be like Twilight (I don't mind Twilight, but I wouldn't read it again either). I gave the story a go anyway, and instantly found that I couldn't look away from the screen. I was hooked and had to go and buy the ebook. I was definitely not disappointed with my purchase.
This story is a beautiful read. The characters are strong, identifiable and intriguing,the story is fast-paced and fascinating, and the language used is a delight to read. I am so hooked to the story of Nalena, and I cannot wait for Misty Provencher to complete the next installment of this story.
I really like the fact that the concept for this story is unique, without being confusing. I felt as if I was being tipped off the edge of the planet and into a whole new, parallel universe.
The main character, Nalena seems lovely and strong, without being annoyingly perfect. Her mum seems just like my mum, which is very endearing. And, ah, Garrett? He can invade my dreams any time!
I am so, very, very hooked to this story and will try to be patient for the release of Keystone!
Perry Bear Goes For A Walk
on Dec. 22, 2011
'Perry Bear Goes For A Walk' is a charming read, complete with beautiful illustralions that are a delight to look at. The story subtly encourages the importance of friendship and interacting with others (and he has impeccable manners!). This story is perfect to read to small children.
My 2 year old niece absolutlely loved the story and we are both hanging out for more adventures of Perry Bear!