Kahlan Asche


Kahlan Asche was born in Portland, Oregon and knew she wanted to be a writer since the third grade, when she caused a commotion by writing that her character saw her (male) teacher naked by accident. Once he held a conference with her parents and determined that she was mentally stable, he gushed about the superior quality of her writing. "I was the writing equivalent of Eminem in the third grade," Kahlan claims. "And I knew I would always remain true to the story, even if it meant humiliating parent/teacher meetings."

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Odd Numbers
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 9,780. Language: English. Published: April 2, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
Two previously published (Shadows from Dark Gothic Resurrected magazine and The Stupidest Thing I've ever Heard from Jersey Devil Press) and one never before seen story (Dream of Me), together in this exclusively digital book!

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Smashwords book reviews by Kahlan Asche

  • The Earth Invasion Budget Cuts on March 18, 2012

    This story was an easy read, for sure. It held my attention, and visited upon a lot of typical themes for its genre. It had a lot of interesting points, but none of them really got off the ground. In my opinion, it could have been a lot longer and explored the characters more.
  • 3 + 3 on March 18, 2012

    This story was well-written, the lead character was moderately believable and I liked the concept behind the whole story. I am still trying to decide if I like the end or not, which probably means that it was good.
  • Firebird on March 18, 2012

    This was a good story with an ending that I really liked. Some of the dialogue was a little bit clumsy, and at times words were repeated within the same paragraph but all in all I would recommend reading it.
  • On the Many Uses of Cedar on March 18, 2012

    The best thing I have read yet, here on Smashwords. Words are not wasted by Mr. Cole but are crafted into a tale that packs a lot of action into a short story, which is especially impressive when you consider it's a story about a woman living the same day over and over again.