Weston Kincade

Biography

Weston Kincade has helped invest in future writers for years while teaching English. He also writes fantasy and horror novels, including his A Life of Death series published through Books of the Dead Press and a newly released series, The Priors. Weston also edits for WAKE Editing (http://www.wakeediting.com). Clients have gone on to win awards and become Amazon best sellers. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his wife and Maine Coon cat, Hermes, who talks so much he must be a speaker for the Gods.

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Books

Strange Circumstances: A Magic Short Fiction Collection
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 46,850. Language: English. Published: July 29, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories, Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
The future’s a gamble. Few people know what they really want, and those that reach it often find that it isn’t what they expected. Strange Circumstances is an anthology that explores the predictability of fate and destiny… or rather their unpredictability. These twelve twisted tales of fantasy and fifteen flash-fiction pieces explore the boundaries of our universe to see what lurks in the unknown.

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  • Enlightened Ones on April 30, 2013
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    Please note: I edited this novel for the author. I do not receive remuneration based upon sales. When I read The Enlightened Ones, I was both disturbed and pleasantly surprised. Maggie's story was thrilling, and I found myself muttering at times like most people do in horror flicks where the scantily clad teenager runs into a room and locks the door rather than escaping. While not a horror novel, there were certainly times when I could fully understand Maggie's decisions, but from personal experiences I wanted to shout out "Don't go there" or something similar, as though that would make a difference. Each event led to another more disturbing, continuing on and on into a brainwashed world of people striving to make the world a better place. But how to go about that? That's always the question, isn't it? Whose idea of a perfect world is right? What would you sacrifice to gain safety? Maggie's tale is one of struggles and self-discovery, and while editing I was able to relive her well-woven story with her and her friends. If you enjoy characters that feel like companions, pulling you into their world to help them overcome life's difficult choices and obstacles, are fascinated by cults and how they successfully taint the innocence of our world, or wonder at times what things would be like if only society could change, then this is a book that deserves to be on your shelf and in your hands.
  • Enlightened Ones on April 30, 2013

    Please note: I edited this novel for the author. I do not receive remuneration based upon sales. When I read The Enlightened Ones, I was both disturbed and pleasantly surprised. Maggie's story was thrilling, and I found myself muttering at times like most people do in horror flicks where the scantily clad teenager runs into a room and locks the door rather than escaping. While not a horror novel, there were certainly times when I could fully understand Maggie's decisions, but from personal experiences I wanted to shout out "Don't go there" or something similar, as though that would make a difference. Each event led to another more disturbing, continuing on and on into a brainwashed world of people striving to make the world a better place. But how to go about that? That's always the question, isn't it? Whose idea of a perfect world is right? What would you sacrifice to gain safety? Maggie's tale is one of struggles and self-discovery, and while editing I was able to relive her well-woven story with her and her friends. If you enjoy characters that feel like companions, pulling you into their world to help them overcome life's difficult choices and obstacles, are fascinated by cults and how they successfully taint the innocence of our world, or wonder at times what things would be like if only society could change, then this is a book that deserves to be on your shelf and in your hands.