Soleil Daniels

Biography

Soleil Daniels may or may not be human—Heck, she may or may not even be what you'd consider alive. Also, she may very well be psychotic, but that's not the reason we're here reading this. Now, is it?
Soleil Daniels is a writer. She is a writer mostly of dark things. Of death. Of brutality. Of the gorier side of things. Things that go bump in the night and then butcher you. Things that live to drain you of your very life's essence—blood. Vampires. Boogeymen. Serial killers. The lost and forgotten. The depraved. All of which she plans to share with you at some point along her journey.
Don't fear, though. While there are the darker things in Soleil's writings, she does focus at times with the lighter side of life, too. Romance. Love. Poetry. Dreams. And, why not? What is life without death? Love without loss? Blood without sex? Okay, maybe that last one doesn't fit in with the other two, but Soleil does include both in her writing—blood and sex. Sometimes even bloody sex, but you only get to visit that and find out what we mean if you pick up some of her work.
If you haven't figured it out by now, Soleil Daniels' work is written mainly for an adult audience. An adult audience that's not easily offended, and one that is mature enough to handle scenes that contain sex and/or gore.

Where to find Soleil Daniels online


Where to buy in print


Books

Images from a Wandering Mind
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 12,890. Language: American English. Published: November 19, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Horror » General
Tales of serial killers. Tales of the lost, of the unwilling to let go. Some of these are gore for the sake of gore and are all about the shock value. All of these short stories are of a disturbing nature.

Soleil Daniels' tag cloud

death    disturbing    fast reads    flash fiction    gore    short stories    twisted   

Smashwords book reviews by Soleil Daniels

  • Forgiveness - An unexpected gift on Sep. 09, 2012

    Though this is not my top genre, Forgiveness - An Unexpected Gift grabbed my attention from the get-go. It is a great quick read.