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j harvey reviewed The Shape of My Soul
 Unusual romance
Lovely story of a young girl who has a huge choice to make that will affect her whole life, no spoilers it's a great read from a great author, I thoroughly enjoyed this book

Gillek2 reviewed My Life Hereafter
 Right or Wrong? 
The guilt that Sunel feels for the school bus crash that killed her and the other students is crushing. She is now in the hereafter where things are similar but not the same. This is a story of the battle between right and wrong and being able to move past the mistakes of others and especially yourself. Although you don’t want to like Sunel you can’t help but understanding her reasons and feeling for her. This is an enjoyable look at the afterlife.

Meandthemutts reviewed Once Upon A Time (The OtherWorld Book 5)
 Another great story, giving some backstory to Jenny and 
This author knows just how to pull the reader in and leave them hanging, wanting more. Another great story, giving some backstory to Jenny and ... surprisingly, Sebastian. Most intriguing and suspenseful.
Thankfully, there is much more to come. Great series and nicely broken down into easy-to-read chunks.
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Meandthemutts reviewed Dream Walker (The OtherWorld Book 4)
 Tension is mounting in Strangely
It's Zara's turn to discover her powers in this instalment. While she appears to be daydreaming, she receives a message that may help the girls find their missing friend.
The Changeless, who manage Strangely and its citizens are concerned. And so they should be, when Emily stops time and the girls head off to find Abby ...
This story had a slower star than the others in the series, as we learn more about Gorgon and The Changeless, but the pace picked up at the end along with the tension.
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Meandthemutts reviewed When Time Stood Still (The OtherWorld Book 3)
 The pace quickens ... 
Whilst Jenny has discovered her new power of premonition, the other girls are still left wondering. Not that Zara is taking it too seriously, preferring to celebrate rather than stayed cooped up in the crooked house like Emily.
But it seems as though Evil—in the form of Gorgon—may already be one step ahead. One of their group is missing, and fears rise that she is in more danger than they could ever have anticipated.

Meandthemutts reviewed The Book of Eudemon (The OtherWorld 1)
 A great start to what promises to be a fun series 
Finding the hidden Book of Eudemon proves to be more than a simple discovery for the 4 girls living in the crooked little house in strangely - as the revelations within it are set to impact their lives forevermore.
Things in Strangely have just got stranger still.
This was an unusual opening book in the series, very unique and intriguing. A fast-paced read as the girls are thrown headfirst into danger, which hooks the reader in anticipation of the next in the series.
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Meandthemutts reviewed The Wishing Well (The OtherWorld Book 2)
 Fun, fast-paced and sublimely told. 
Adjusting to the knowledge gained from the Book of Eudemon affects the girls differently. For Jenny - the focus of this story - learning of her new-found power and its potential effect is a rewarding experience, although controlling it is another matter. Her optimistic outlook allows her to offer comfort to a worried Emily, concerned about the changes they now face.
Another fun read, well-paced and leaving the reader wanting more.
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CMS reviewed Layered
 5 STARS!!! 
What a story! I thoroughly enjoyed Layered, as I have all the books I have read by this talented Indie author! In this story I felt very strong emotions for the characters of Caitlyn and Hannah. I worried about them, I was sad for them, I had hope for them....and it is a special book that can take the reader on such an emotional journey. The story was interesting and creative (I really liked the life simulation game), but at the same time addressed some very serious issues in a non-judgmental manner. I would definitely recommend this book to all readers!

Grace reviewed My Life Hereafter
 Imaginative take on the afterlife 
Great story for YA readers! The story starts off with an air of mystery, then slowly reveals layers deeper into the story. I found it an imaginative take on the afterlife and the romance was cute as well. Recommended for young readers with an interest in the afterlife, love and redemption.

Kay Miho reviewed My Life Hereafter
 Take me to the other side. 
This story that in many ways is a tragedy, but you see a lot of good come from it. It is about a terrible bus crash and the fates of the kids aboard. It really isn't a religious book. More a book about second chances. And learning from mistakes

Debby reviewed My Life Hereafter
 Uniquely enlightening... 
I believe the intended audience for this book is young adults and although I am well past that classification, I found this author very appealing. As I had never read this author before, I was quite skeptical that this read would grasp my attention. Not only was I pleasantly surprised by the ease in which I became engrossed in this book, but I found myself eagerly anticipating what would be revealed in forthcoming chapters. Very interesting take on the hereafter and made me envision the future just a little bit more candidly. Good read Ms. Ferreira, well done.

I Read Therefore I Am reviewed Once Upon A Time (The OtherWorld Book 5)
 Can't Wait To Read The Next One! 
This series just keeps getting better and better. Can't wait to read the next one!

I Read Therefore I Am reviewed Only In My Memories 
 Sweet Love Story! 
A very sweet love story!

I Read Therefore I Am reviewed Dream Walker (The OtherWorld Book 4)
 Keep'Em Coming! 
Another really enjoyable quick read. Off to read the next one. Keep'em coming Miss Ferreira!

I Read Therefore I Am reviewed When Time Stood Still (The OtherWorld Book 3)
 Can't Wait To See What Happens Next! 
Another interesting read. Enjoying this series very much. Can't wait to see what happens next!

I Read Therefore I Am reviewed The Wishing Well (The OtherWorld Book 2)
 Enjoyed Very Much! 
Enjoyed very much. Off to read the next one!

I Read Therefore I Am reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Hoping She Would Change Her Mind 
A very sad story about a little girl who gave up. I kept hoping she would change her mind, especially after she suffered the personal loss of Casey and knew what it felt like to be left behind.

I Read Therefore I Am reviewed The Book of Eudemon (The OtherWorld 1)
 I'm Hooked! Can't Wait To Read The Next One! 
Love love love the cover! Downloaded it as soon as I spotted it and read it in one sitting. I'm hooked - can't wait to read the next one!

Amiesbookreviews reviewed My Life Hereafter
 A perfect book for middle grade and youngish adult readers. 
that imagines a possible scenario of just what is waiting for us in the afterlife.
When young teenager Sunel finds herself and sixty of her former classmates have died, she is initially in a state of shock.
To make matters worse, she is the reason the bus crashed. This means she is the reason everyone is dead.
As the shock wears off she finds herself in a world that is very similar and yet very different from the one she left behind.
My favorite scene is when the teens are led into the Hall of Judgment and are told they will be called in one at at a time. Upon entering the testing room Sunel sees three doors.
 “The first door says Recycle. Next to Recycle, there is Rehabilitation. And next to Rehabilitation, there is Rapture.” I thought this was very clever.
This book touches on many interesting and important topics. It is not often that you find a YA book that openly discusses the afterlife. It seems to be a topic that Young Adult authors do not embrace for some reason, and the few authors who do write about the topic choose ghost story-type tales.
Kudos to Author Lynette Ferreira for tackling such a controversial topic.
This book also has elements of other issues important to today’s youth such as bullying and peer pressure as well as taking responsibility for one’s actions.
With the variety of characters, readers should be able to find at least one that they identify with. I think that young teens and middle grade readers will enjoy this book and hopefully it will open up dialogue about the issues detailed in it’s pages.
*Thank you to Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book.
To read more of my reviews visit my blog at AmiesBookReviews dot wordpress dot com

cjrs reviewed The Shape of My Soul
 And she has a fun inner dialogue and sense of humor 
This was a really enjoyable book, especially for fans of fantasy/paranormal. Amber is a totally identifiable heroine, despite her supernatural abilities. And she has a fun inner dialogue and sense of humor. Even though it's in the paranormal realm, at its heart this is a book about self discovery and first love. I would definitely recommend it!

CMS reviewed My Recycled Soul
 A 5 STAR RECOMMENDED BOOK!!! 
Wow, what a powerful story this is! I felt like I was on an emotional roller coaster as I was alternately so happy and so sad for Elizabeth during her different circumstances (no spoilers though)... That is a sign of a good book when it gets you so emotionally involved! Lynette has become one of my favorite Indie authors as all her books that I have read draw you in and you don't want to put them down because you just have to know what is going to happen next! I love the premise of a book about "recycled souls" as I do believe in soulmates and destiny! I highly recommend this book and I cannot wait to read more from this talented author!

Amazon Customer reviewed Fornever (Book One)
 Amazing Book
The love Jayden has for Heather is the kind of love I want , definitely reccomend this to romance lover! Really wish I can read book 2 to find out what happens next

Alicia L. reviewed The Shape Of My Soul
 Quick read and fun characters
Great YA story in a beautiful Scotland setting. The characters were interesting and complex. Definitely an interesting take on the traditional shifter plotline. Kind of a cliffhanger ending, making me wonder if there's more to the story.

Marcia Carrington reviewed My Life Hereafter
 MY LIFE HEREAFTER: A highly readable examination of life and death 
This is an original, highly readable examination of life and death, with excellent pacing, and twists which keep the story vital until the very end. The story's protagonist, Sunel, pulls a prank one day on the school bus which plunges herself, and her classmates, into the hereafter, and, subsequently, a journey of self-discovery and realisation. It is a story which makes the reader consider life and its inherent frailty, and is written with great style and thought by the author.

CMS reviewed The Shape of My Soul
 A 5 STAR STORY! 
I very much enjoyed this story and definitely recommend it! Lynette is a very talented author and her books capture the imagination and draw you into the story so that you feel like you are a part of it. I really felt for Amber during her loneliness and isolation and for having to make such a monumental decision at such a young age. I loved the relationship with her and Bradley, and what an ending - absolutely perfect in my opinion! This is a feel good story that will leave you smiling!

I Read Therefore I Am reviewed The Shape of My Soul
 Totally Enjoyed!
I absolutely adored this story about Amber. She's such an endearing character and I could identify with her in many ways. A few times Amber made me laugh out loud - one particular reference about Chloe was a hoot! My favourite quotes: "For a hope to grow the ground needed to be watered and tended, and sadly that was something only love could accomplish," and "What does it matter what we look like on the outside, as long as our souls are free?" Totally enjoyed!

j harvey reviewed The Shape of My Soul
 Unusual romance 
What a lovely story of a young woman who has to make a huge choice that will affect her whole life as much as it will affect her protector.
A great write from a great author, this book will fill you with delighted surprise and leave you with a warm glow

Elisabeth Robare reviewed My Life Hereafter
 Unique book
I found this to be a very unique depiction of the afterlife, not just heaven and hell, but multiple options in between. This was a good way to set up the themes of the complexity of good and evil, and how a person isn’t necessarily one or the other. I really enjoyed Sunel, and found her struggle relatable and believable. She considers herself a good person, but with a dark side who manifests as a little man on her shoulder whispering in her ear. Throughout the story, she faces her demons and seeks redemption.
My only problem was I wanted more of the G.A. Academy. I love the idea of it. I feel like this could be a whole other book, about someone going to school there and what their afterlife is like once they graduate. I was a little disappointed not to have more of this, but then again, perhaps it will be (or already is?) a future book. That said, I did enjoy the direction this book went in, and the journey of the friends to the other side.

NSReader reviewed Soul Drifter
 Interesting read
I want to give this novel a full 3.5 stars because I feel it's right in between. Ferreira is clearly a talented writer with an excellent handle on grammar, pacing and description. And her imagination is such that she creates a romance between a teenage girl and a boy she meets in a coma. However, I found myself wishing there was more emphasis on the romance than on the out-of-body experiences. This aspect of the story didn't engage me as much, but perhaps I was not the ideal reader. This was actually the first piece of Christian genre, or sub-genre, fiction I have ever read.

I Read Therefore I Am reviewed My Recycled Soul
 Like A Rollercoaster Ride
OMG I felt like I was on a rollercoaster ride when I read this book. The emotions of being a teenager, experiencing being the new kid in town, of first love, loss, rejection, of hope for happiness when all odds are against you - and then getting hurt, pushing everything away - until love comes to find you and makes you start all over again. It's a wonderful and amazing book you'll think about after you finish. You may even want to go back and read it again. I know I'm going to.

Grace reviewed Soul Drifter
 Adventures in dreamland 
This is an intriguing story about astral projection/OBEs and the challenges of dealing with these events as a 15 year old. It poses the question "where do our souls go when we dream?" Not your average YA story. There are layers and depths to explore that are quite profound. Highly recommended.

M reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 This wasn't for me. Maybe for you though.
I gave it an honest go but the writing wasn't a style I appreciate. Not a knock against the writer, it just wasn't what I expected and I wish her the best.

Jade Brooks reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 Plz Read 
It was good but it could have been a lot longer! What was your favourite part? I liked it all!

Jessie reviewed ForNever (Book One)
 Amazing 
The story was well written and easy to read. The author takes you on a journey and as the reader you never want it to end!

LitPick Student Book Reviews reviewed My Life Hereafter
 Relatable characters and a swift plot 
She only wanted to play a small prank. She never imagined what the consequences of her actions would be. Sunel is an average teenager that desperately seeks the attention of others. When a seemingly harmless prank goes awry, a school bus driving Sunel and her classmates dives off a cliff. Sunel wakes to a confusing afterlife where she and her classmates must learn not only to forgive each other, but to forgive themselves.
Opinion:
This book started off quickly and gained my attention immediately. The plot stayed fast-paced throughout the entirety of the read and I rarely got bored. The main character, Sunel, was a likable and believable character. The majority of teenage girls will be able to relate to the emotions Sunel felt throughout the book.
The romantic relationship in this book could have been enhanced a little more because it felt rushed and unbelievable. I wish it was developed more in order to establish a well-rounded relationship between the characters. Fleshing this out part of the plot would have made the romance more authentic.
Overall, this story is a great read for anyone who likes life-after-death stories with relatable characters and a swift plot.
Reviewed by a LitPick student book reviewer Age:17

Felita Daniels reviewed My Life Hereafter
 Great mood and themes 
There were some very nice descriptions in this book that evoke a mood and various settings. Here is an example I thought was particularly visual.
“Giant tears are running down her cheeks and her eyes are puffy and red. The rest of her face has gone pallid white, so now her eyes looks as if they are bleeding.”
This book has some serious themes and ideas following on an opening tragedy. Despite that, the tone is somewhat cool and quiet. I owe that to the authors descriptions of the setting and environment the young people first find themselves in. The characters are varied and I think that teens will find someone to identify with.
The ending is one that I believe will surprise some, but others may see it coming. I’d say it will hit 50/50. I think this is a book that young adults will enjoy and find creative enough to mention to their friends.
I was provided this book free of charge in order to read it and write my honest review of the novel.

Scott A. Coleman reviewed William The Damned: A Vampire Pirate (The Vampire Pirate Saga Book 1)
 Love is complicated and the author does a great job ... 
Love is complicated and the author does a great job of proving that. The prose was poetic and the tension was real. All those thoughts and feelings you had when you found love or thought you found love are here.

Teresa Dilts reviewed ForNever (Book One)
 One Star
Not read yet

I Read Therefore I Am reviewed William The Damned: A Vampire Pirate (The Vampire Pirate Saga Book 1)
 I Love The Cover!
First of all I have to say that I love the cover! It made me want to buy this book and I was not disappointed. The main character Susanna was a bit annoying but given her circumstances (no spoilers here) it was understandable for her to be more than a little naive. William on the other hand, has a world of experience behind him and yet he must have Susanna and is willing to do anything to make her his very own. It is a well written story. A box of tissues nearby is recommended.

Lynn reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Suicide 
Nice perspective of the issues that a person goes through. Short story of a troubled youth contemplating her own death. More needs to be stated on how to talk and prevent suicide in the overall book.

Aduro Tri reviewed ForNever (Book One)
 Jayden was by far my favorite character. Though due to my nitpick-nature 
I will try to keep this review as spoiler-free as I possibly can.
To say the least, I was rather impressed with how this story turned out so far, it’s very fascinating just all the detail that went into it. While initially the beginning felt just a little weaker to me, when the magic part of it kicked in, I gained a very serious interest in it.
Being a bit of a history buff, a bit of a romance buff and a bit of a magic buff too at the very same time might have added to it, but really, this story is very fascinating. Even as a guy, I must say, Jayden was by far my favorite character.
Though due to my nitpick-nature, I noticed a number of the flaws throughout it. Which is why I can’t give it a higher rating. And I recommend it to guys as well as the normal audience. Solid 4/5 ~ Aduro

J Tommo reviewed My Life Hereafter
 An interesting aspect on Judgement.
Attempting to thrash out the concept of the “Hereafter” whilst making it an entertaining tale must be a fair challenge. One the author takes on to produce a most compelling read.
From the first chapter I was somehow invested in the story, and although there were a few jolts, and despite my few sympathies for Sunel (the lead character), Ferreira painted a world of shifting fantasy that at times made me wonder whether I was truly reading a paranormal novel, or one of magic and adventure.
All in all, a great read with a sub textual message that the readers will have to interoperate themselves.

Jennie reviewed ForNever (Book One)
 A Novel of Love and Suspense! 
ForNever has just the right amount of magic and supernatural elements woven through a three century love story to capture the reader’s interest and imagination. You will want to know how this ends and will keep reading until the final page. The ordinary existence of the sixteen year old heroine is painted with careful attention to the details that develop the story. As her understanding of love evolves through her parents’ divorce, she comes to value the many different kinds of love. The choice she faces between Kieran and Jayden, between safety and heart-thumping romantic love, has a universality of appeal. I enjoyed this well written book and look forward to the sequel!

Naylene Rondon reviewed ForNever (Book One)
 A Unique Love Triangle 
I'm not much of a romantic, so I never find love triangles appealing in a book. Also, I found Heather's character to be annoying at times. I liked Jayden and Kieran. Though they had their moments, I can like them. Heather was difficult for me to relate to, but that could be for a number of reasons.However, others may not have that issue.
I don't like giving spoilers.
The story premise is interesting. I like that they are trapped in a loop waiting for a change of love to break it. I also love their backstory and their struggles. The author is an excellent writer. The story is smooth and doesn't feel like a burden to read. There were many moments were I really enjoyed the story.

Samantha L reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Three Stars
Ok

j harvey reviewed ForNever (Book One)
 loverly read 
A loverly story of cursed love, I was happy to read that this was about witches rather than the usual vampires so it was a refreshing change, the twists and turns keep you guessing who Heather will finely choose and the two young men have the reader hoping that she gets it right
This story is well written and keeps the reader entertained and shows that although love may not last forever with some it can with others if you are lucky to find the right one.
Looking forward to the sequel

CMS reviewed ForNever (Book One)
 A MUST READ! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!! 
This is one of the best books I have read in a long time and I thoroughly enjoyed this book! It drew me in and captivated me from the beginning to the end! Loved the creativity! I found myself really sympathizing with the story's main character Heather, as she finds herself having lost faith in true love after she encounters personal issues in her life. I was also rooting for poor Jayden and found myself going back and forth between feeling sad for Kieran and feeling angry at him. The book really managed to tug at my emotions which is a sign of a great book! I was thrilled with the ending and can't wait to read the next book in the series!

CMS reviewed My Life Hereafter
 5 STARS! An interesting and engaging story!
In my opinion, a great book will "take you there" and make you feel like you're part of the story. You become emotionally invested and root for the characters and for the desired outcome. Most importantly, you definitely want to keep reading because you just have to know what happens next! This book did all of those things for me and I thoroughly enjoyed it from beginning to end. The author has given us an interesting look at the consequences and possibilities of the 'hereafter'. Written from the perspective of the primary character Sunel, we learn that she unwittingly made a grave mistake and must come to terms with the results of her actions. The end caught me completely by surprise but I was thrilled with the outcome. I would highly recommend this book to all lovers of fiction novels!

I Read Therefore I Am reviewed My Life Hereafter
 Highly Recommended!
This book captured my imagination from the very first sentence. The characters are all together, but they don't know where. The main character Sunel, reveals the story from her perspective. She as the story moves ahead, is quite frankly not a very likeable character. I won't give away any clues, but once it is revealed what she did and why everyone is where they are - it is difficult as a reader to forgive her. However, as Sunel continues on her journey other sides of her personality are revealed and through the love of her friends and inner strength she is able to find redemption. This book also touches on some aspects of bullying, consequences for actions on both sides. Highly recommended!

Christine reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Never got it
Never recieved

Charity Martinez reviewed Guardian Angel
 Made me Tear Up 
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REVIEW BY: Michaela, age 11 years, 5 months
MAY CONTAIN SPOILER:
This book was so amazing because it is a love story with some adventure mixed in. Also it made me tear up more than once.
My favorite character is Taylor because she is so brave about her cancer and she takes care of her mother.

Michael Lynes reviewed Soul Drifter
 Interesting and Imaginative - YA Fiction with a Twist!
"Soul Drifter" by Lynette Ferreira is an interesting work of fiction.
The tale is constructed with a YA audience in mind and it slots nicely into the 'teen/paranormal/adventure' wing of this genre. Being a lifelong fan of this type of story I eagerly added it to my Kindle TBR list.
Our heroine, Gaby (Gabriella) is an internet savvy thirteen year old, with an annoying younger brother, a sometimes exasperating mom (Sara) and a cheery 'whistle while you work' morning person dad, Gabriel, whom she is named after.
Gaby is decidedly not a morning person, in fact her most interesting adventures in this story happen while she is fast asleep! Gaby's dream life is as 'real' as her waking hours, in fact she sometimes prefers her dreams.
As our story opens her dreams have been turning darker and Gaby is starting to worry, both about her vivid dream experiences and the fact that her body seems 'abandoned' and stiff when she wakes. Her parents are not much help so she reaches out (via the internet) and begins to learn just how special and unique her 'talent' may be.
Her burgeoning journey of self discovery is abruptly interrupted however by sudden and distressing news; her beloved grandma in Australia has had a stroke! The story picks up pace from there as Gaby and her whole family rush to be by her side. Gaby's dreams grow even more intense and the chaos and tension between her dark dreams and her waking nightmares carries us thru to this tales' somewhat muddled conclusion.
I gave this story a rating of three stars, mostly due to the somewhat chaotic plotting and the lack of any significant character development of any of the other people in the story besides Gaby herself. Almost all of the dialog in the story is our heroine's internal monologue, which occludes the interesting premise of the tale. I do believe that the author has a very imaginative take on 'vivid dreaming' and both the paranormal and the spiritual could have been explored to great effect. That said, I think that for a trending younger YA type audience this tale may hold good appeal and not disappoint.

Jennie reviewed Soul Drifter
 Extraordinary Exciting Read!
The main character, Gaby, is engaging and endearing with her wry observations of ordinary life delivered with humor and feeling. But Gaby is not ordinary! Her experiences lead her to questions about her destiny and purpose in life, past and future lives, communication of souls in dreams, and predestined love. And she describes her experiences with a clarity of sensations that make you feel like you are there with her. You won’t be able to put this book down until the end. Super good read!

I Read Therefore I Am reviewed ForNever (Book One)
 Can't Wait To Read Book 2! 
ForNever came highly recommended to me from a friend, who said she could not put it down - and I have to agree. The love triangle between Heather, Kieran and Jayden intertwined with all of the magic, shadows, curses and sorcery can't help but pull the reader in. However, where I think Lynette Ferreira excels the most, is in her connection to the character of Heather. Heather is being confronted with changes in her life, changes which she has no control of. She is seeing her father as a totally different person in his new relationship and she is feeling a certain disloyalty to her mother for being supportive of him. Like many teenagers, she is caught in the middle and trying her best to please everyone. Heather's internal dialogues and struggles were very real to me because of thoughtful attention to detail and a strong feeling of empathy. The character of Jayden and his longing for what was, and what could be, also pulled at my heartstrings and once even made me cry. I can't wait to read Book 2.

Wanda reviewed Lucas
 Not bad. 
I feel as if I should be rating this book higher based on the fact that i read the book two weeks already and can still remember the story line but... The final reveal of the conspiracy theory regarding the banking world is faulted in historic correctness and this oversight is a glaring one which made me wonder how many other basic things did I miss.
So i think your wrongly convinced I did not like the book. Untrue. I did. I simply did not love it.
WAr

lorenzo victory reviewed ForNever (Book One)
 Love, dark, and darkness 
I am normally a fan of thrillers and horrors ,however this was a very well written,intriguing novel with a dark twist using the Salem Witch trials and a love triangle - I liked the way this kept you wanting more

kelly duggan reviewed All Over Again
 Enjoyable quick read
I enjoyed this short read although I have since realised there was a book I should have read before i,t to better understand the relationships.
Having said that it was still an interesting read and I want to know more. I know very little about Jared but think I would still be pulling for Devlin anyway, I liked the way his character was portrayed. Overall an enjoyable quick read and I would read more work from this author.

Kindle Customer reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Suicide Is Serious 
This a nice short "letter" or Story. It explains some what how Depressed or Suicidal Teenager feel and look to themselves. Suicide Needs To Be less than the third killer of Teenagers.

MissCassieRose reviewed Would You Remember ME
 A Heart Wrenching Emotional Look Into A Suicidal Teens Mind 
Would you remember me is written from the POV of a fifteen year old who is contemplating suicide, it does a very good job of capturing the thoughts and feelings of a teen on the verge of suicide. Suicide is usually such a taboo subject but I personally am happy that authors such as Lynette are tackling this subject because it is something that needs to be talked about.
Suicide is one of the leading causes of death and among teenagers is is the third leading cause. Books and stories like this one help to open the eyes of people that may not realize the emotions and thought processes that people that have committed suicide or attempted to commit suicide are going through. I personally thought this book gave a really heart wrenching, emotional look into a suicidal teens mind. I think that every teenager should read something like this and talk to their parents about suicide, because even if they never fall this far emotionally they may end up having someone close to them decide to take this path and talking about suicide with an adult in their life will help prepare them for what they may someday have to deal with.

Love To Read! reviewed Teen Romance: Box Set (My Recycled Soul, When we Love, Guardian Angel, ForNever)
 A great collection 
I loved this collection of books, I will deal with each individual book below:
My Recycled Soul - This story had me on the edge of my seat from start to finish. The love Jared and Elizabeth feel for each other was touching. Jared was so dedicated to Elizabeth after the accident and it broke my heart when, thinking she was 'saving' him, she chased him away. This book will make you cry! I loved it!
When We Love - This story touched on the very real aspects of inter-race relations and how very often your mind can over-rule your heart to your own detriment. It shows not only the taboo associated with inter-race relations, but how denying your heart (in both love and career) can not only hurt yourself, but the people around you when you no longer have the strength to deny your heart’s desire.
Guardian Angel - This story was thought provoking and makes you stop and think - what if. Daimhin is tasked to escort the baby Taylor across the Valley of the Shadow of Death. He is unable to bring himself to do so, causing ripples and subtle changes caused by Taylor’s borrowed time. When her name comes up again 17 years later, Daimhin has to face not only the results of his past decisions, but the repercussions of his current choices.
Fornever – This book was full of suspense. I was often sitting on the edge of my chair, trying to encourage Heather to make the right decision when she jumped to the wrong conclusions. The author put it together well by letting you know just that little bit more than Heather did, building the suspense and drama… You knew Heather was making the wrong choice, and you knew there were bad consequences for the wrong choice… Making you want to climb into the book and set things right! It was brilliantly done.

Lyn Balston reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 Four Stars 
very good I recommend it

Martin Todorov reviewed The Vampire Virus (The Vampire Pirate Saga Book 3)
 good structure 
The Vampire Virus portraits the vampire race in a similar way as they are shown in the Twilight sagas - mysterious, yet not senseless beasts. In fact, they show more passion and emotions than a human being, which makes their life much more interesting to follow. A book worth reading.

Jane Amico reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Three Stars
not bad

JMcGee reviewed All Over Again 
 Two Stars
Confusing

Amy Freese reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 A good attempt at bringing serious issues to light.
I was on a 2 hour road trip and needed a shorter read to pass the time. So I picked this one. It really was not what I expected. This was not so much ONE short, more like several. What I see as starts to potentially larger tales.
I did find it to be well written, my attention was caught. The topics brought to light are not simple ones. They are emotion filled, quite serious things the writer is wishing to bring public awareness to. In that, I feel she succeeded.
I would certainly read more from this author.

Korey H Becker reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 thinker 
I enjoyed this lite read to get the mind started. It's dark, finding light in a real world we live in.

tiffany rios reviewed Guardian Angel
 Four Stars 
Amazing book. Would recommend to anyone looking for a love story!

Allaroundhorse2011 reviewed All Over Again)
 Not Interested 
This book was very hard for me to read. I just wasn't interested in the book after the first page.

Liz reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 Short on Time? 
Here are several very short weird or creepy stories. Read the whole thing in one hour. Perfect for waiting rooms.

Barbara rutherford reviewed All Over Again 
 All Over Again by Lynette Ferreira 
This book was very strange. I understood it but I did not find it very much to my liking. Maybe you will have a different opinion.

Maddy reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 Five Stars 
Very nice literature.

Maddy reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Bravo! People need to understand grief and depression. ...
Bravo! People need to understand grief and depression. They also need to understand how they have a cause and effect on their children feeling the way they do. I applaud you in sharing such a treasure to make people more aware. Depression and Suicide is rising and someone needs to make people see the tragedy doesn't have to happen if we choose compassion.

Love To Read! reviewed All Over Again 
 Enrichment for My Recycled Soul 
First of all, I read My Recycled Soul, so I understood the references to Jared that might confuse a reader who does not know this background. I would recommend reading My Recycled Soul first, but you can still read this love story without it, just know that Jared is the romance interest in Elizabeth's current life. If you have read My Recycled Soul already, this short story adds a richness to My Recycled Soul that you must not miss:) A lovely, short romance that I enjoyed reading.

Lesloveeverybody reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Good story
This story was interesting but I think it should be longer. I wanted to know what she did to herself and how she grieves

Kindle Customer reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Emotions unleashed 
An eye opening emotional look into the heart and soul of a teenager..good reading for all, not just parents. Written in good form.

Dan Clarke reviewed Viral
 Needs to Find its voice. 
Here was a story with potential, and in places the writing was pretty good, but all in all it didn't deliver. There was absolutely no suspense in this story, the death scenes weren't bad, but not great enough to really impress someone who likes horror, and the ending was rushed.
If Simpson had had the two main characters having to dodge police and really fight to keep things secret, it would have been a good thriller If Simpson had had the two main characters having to dodge police and really fight to keep things secret, it would have been a good thriller. if he'd made them into sadistic torturers rather than just media obsessed murderers, he'd have a decent gory story. Focus on the prisoners, trying to escape and stay sane in an insane situation, and it would be a bit tragic and very nice psychological horror. But it was none of these. It bounced around a bit following well worn bits of well worn paths, but never went deep enough or made its own way.
I'd be interesting in reading future work by this person, but this one was nothing special.

bill reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Five Stars November 22, 2014
Great book for teens and grown ups!

Luv2shopOnline4Dayz reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Okay 
Short story about suicide. It was good, but not one of my faves. Not much too it.

Cindy Keesee reviewed Would You Remember ME
 The tears 
I knew this would make me cry. I hate the thought of anyone being so depressed that they end it all but it happens all the time, unfortunately.

Jba Cook reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Powerful book about the exhaustive deeply sad tragedy of no hope...at age 15 
This is a book that will break anyone's heart that have any compassion for the human spirit. Until I read this book I forgot something important. When someone, no matter the age, sinks to these levels, the lack of sleep night after night. They are broken body, mind, and spirit.

Julie Elizabeth Powell reviewed ForNever (Book One)
 Good 
I was given this book for review and although romances are not my preferred genre, it was well written with a nice touch of difference. I like the idea of the witch's curse and the possibility of reincarnation.
I don't give spoilers, so it is difficult to say too much except that for lovers of romance, it is a good read.

Taylor Townes reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Wow 
This was an inspirational short story. And not to the point where I'd kill myself but to the point where new life sparked inside of me. Wow

Haley reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Amazing book. 
this was a very sad book but it made me look at life different. you see suicidal teens thoughts. it made me cry and I related to this book so much on almost everything.

Sarah Joiner reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 Four Stars 
Fun book to pass the time....

Julie Elizabeth Powell reviewed Guardian Angel
 A good and thought-provoking read 
I was sent this book for review and found it to be an excellent read.
Yes, it was a love story, but with a difference and (apart from typos/errors) it was very well written. I liked the characters who were realistic and believable, despite the fantasy element, being that the very real thoughts and feelings involved were very well done...I especially liked seeing into the 'feelings' of angels.
It was a well thought out book, and maybe for a younger audience, however, I think that the fantasy would appeal to anyone who are intrigued by the concept of Heaven and what may happen to souls - and the idea of where they may go and how.
Themes of love, redemption, punishment, loyalty and, most importantly, death, are steeped in this story.
When is it our time to die? And is there someone to help at that time? And, what if love..? How can I say anything more without giving spoilers?
Enjoyable.

Rose reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Two Stars 
Not as interesting as one would hope.

Breanna zazel lehn reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Just amazing I love it 
I loved this book so much it was short but so meaningful I think everyone needs to read this I love it <3

Max Brolin reviewed Would You Remember ME
 I don't even know 
I don't know why people rated this high. It's not well written. It's just a suicide note. Like 3 pages long.

Taylor Bowman reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Would you remember me? 
This book sucked. The ending was so dumb... I give l this book 1 star.. You should've created more of a conflict...not pamphlet on teen suicide.

Mary reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 great
this is well written and has a very good plot. I really enjoyed reading this book, it keep my interest during the whole book.

Amber LeAnna Vires reviewed Viral
 Had promise but didn't deliver well 
The idea of this book had a lot of promise. Sadly, not much of that promise was delivered. I think this writer will go on to write great things in the future but just doesn't seem to be quite 'there' yet. The dialogue was stilted, the plot a bit contrived and the ending felt rushed and didn't seem to really match the rest of the story. I'll be keeping an eye out if this author improves in the future but I'm glad I didn't spend money on this one.

Sarah Caszatt reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 Not bad 
It was alright. It can be hard to find a good book of stories more a day's but it was fine.

blog obviously bobbed vibwd reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 confusing but good 
some of the storys are good but some of them didnt make much sense or were to wordy. you should still read the book.

Timothy McNeil reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 Flash Fiction is not normally for general readership 
Apparently there are different versions of this out there. The one I have only had the one work (and not a collection of FF works). I am not a fan of an author explaining his/her work.

Billi Fosdick reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Identical 
It sounds identical to a 19 yr old I have stepped up to take care of. It gave much insight hopefully it'll help her mom to understand.

Meredith reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Omg 
IT WAS SO SHORT WHY. I wish it would have been longer. but I cried the first page legal .

Jeffrey reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Would you remember me 
Anyone contemplating suicide or even considering harming themselves needs to seek help immediately. This is a sad story about a girl who feels alone and abandoned. She is definitely in crisis. This book has information on suicide statistics and interventions to take. A lot of people has probably had the same feelings as the girl in this story. How you control these feelings and the help you seek, can be a matter of life or death. This is the moral of this book.

Alex reviewed Would You Remember ME
 sad but amazing 
Idk wat to say other than this really touched my heart, and that suicide is never a thing to ignore......it's way more common then it should be

KC reviewed Would You Remember ME
 It happened to me 
I can relate to this book. I recently tried to commit suicide. I was put in a psychiatric hospital. As I was in the hospital, my best friend succeeded in her suicide attempt. I contemplated it again. I was sedated. I am out and doing well. I still have the troublesome thoughts of suicide. I am glad there are books out there helping people if they have these thoughts.

ADORINGJ reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 It was confusing 
it seems like it's like one person in the beginning but it turned out that these were stories..
I suggest like carrying on with one of the stories.
I gave this rating because I felt the book giving me this rush and then it's like it ends in thirty seconds

Mrs.GMCoriginal reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Finally, an understanding 
This book takes you into the mind of someone thinking of letting go of her worries by taking her life. If you are someone like me who has ever thought about suicide, then you should read this book.

FishyKitty reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Love. 
many teenagers including myself has had these thoughts before whether they admit it or not. I strongly recommend this book.

Aklutts reviewed TThe Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 Big waste of time reading this book. 
I wouldn't waste time to review this book but by doing so maybe I can save somebody else from wasting their time. The stories made no sense at all. This book is supposed to be horror stories. The only horror is the book itself.

Teehee reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Beautiful, well written 
Touching, strong, and beautiful. Very well written, and good vocabulary. Made me cry. <3 Extremely short, but to the point.

DE reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Tears 
I cried the whole 8 minutes it took me to read... Amazing though. Please write more short stories. Now I feel better & rethink my life every time I read it

madison reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Good 
This brought tears to my eyes. This is a very touching story. It sounds like a suicidal note. But I do like it.

Audrey Reid reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Yes. 
I really loved how it described my feelings. I loved how she had a passion to be loved. And when she talked about Casey, I lost it.

A. Cardi reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Oh my god 
That book made me cry. I am only 13 and have tried to do suicide. I have cut. They say it is a young age but the younger you are the quicker it is over.

Destiny Jackson reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Deep 
Short, but concentrated with a melting pot of emotions. Thank you. Very Touching Text. Portrays The Thoughts of a Suicidal Teen

*♥~Rawr~♥* reviewed Would You Remember ME
 So sad... 
This book? was great, but it was so sad. I wanted more though. Who wrote the note? Was it a suicide not?

von reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 It should be life sucks 
Bad things exist in life, let's all cry.
wahh ................................................. feel better? What you liked it? Oh well read this book.

vsjohns1 reviewed Would You Remember ME
 The same way 
I feel the same way this book can relate to my life is surprising to me.. sometimes I wanna leave too....

ManaTapMomma reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 Brilliant! 
This collection of flash fiction were gripping, entertaining and some insightful. I loved it. Towards the end, there were some important ones with helpful links as well.
I picked it up while it was free, and from what I can tell it is a forever free book. Great for many different readers. Each message that I found was a powerful one. If you are looking for something to pass the time, that is well written. You've found it.

Savanna Campbell reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Wow 
short but it really made me think about suicide cause I had written a letter a long time ago about how I was going to kill myself but I didn't go through with it. I would recommend this book for anybody that's in a dark place right now and to really reconsider their decision in suicid

Jackson01 reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Very good 
This book was very short and good. I'm thirteen and I can connect to almost everything. I really suggest this book

A.R. H reviewed Would You Remember ME
 A tragedy 
The story is short, but oh so true. It strikes a vein, because I have sat in the shoes of the narrator a time or two and wondered the very same things. The author conveys a very true message that shakes me to the core. Very clear, precise,emotional, and striking

Kindle Customer reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Great 
It is so well written and it is a suicide letter. It is so sad but as sad as it is, it is a real life thing that is starting to become a more usual occurrence. The author is only 15. I am really looking forward to read some of he other books

Lori Carlson reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 Read it twice... 
I had to read this twice because at first, I didn't realize it was short stories. This will not be for everyone. It is short, disjointed and repetitious. After the first read, I sat scratching my head wondering what in the world had I just read. I waited a couple of days and then re-read the stories. The pain and sorrow came through, as did the loneliness. My suggestion: read it. Put it down. Re-read a day or so after. Let the words sink in and feel the emotions

Danielle Baumgarner reviewed Would You Remember ME
 True 
This mini book is short, simple, and very real. It sends a powerful message to any reader that reads this.

Natalie Moreno reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Oh, oh my. 
I was ready to cry. This is a pretty good book. It's just really short, that's my only complaint, there could've been more.

zack reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Sad but good
I have been thinking about suicide a lot recently. Not in a way that I would ever do it but more in the way that how it affects other people. One of my old friends killed herself a little over a year ago. Yesterday was her birthday. It also just so happens that I was reading thirteen reasons why. That I another book that make you think about your actions. I mad me think about all th little things I did in my life the could have snowballed into something much worse. This story is something I always wants to see from my friends who kills herself. In the other book th girl accuses other people for her doing it. But she pushed away people who wants to help. This on says that the narrator is weak but accepts that. It may make the people around her sad but it's a lot more comforting than accusing people. That is just my take on it though. And everyone looks at everything differently.

donna roule reviewed 
The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Oh my! 
if you don't have oodles of time to work on a good long scare the pants off you novel these shorts do the trick.A real quick read fairly easy but really interesting. Not for children!!!!

Deborah reviewed 
The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 The dark dark house 
I chose this rating because it was a dark dark story. possibly a good story in the making. I know its about child abuse, which is unacceptable in any way, shape or form.

Brianna Richmond reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Rate 
5 it was true. I put myself in her position..and it was very depressing and sadly i can relate to it.

lala reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Amazing 
Wish it was longer it. Was really good...just too short and I need more words so Apple cat pumpkin pie

Frogee Gibson reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Before you go 
A beautiful reminder and memory of a loved one. If only...if only....we are not alone in this world and as our God gave us the gift of life, what we do in our life is our gift given back to God. I certainly recommend this book. In memory of those I`'ve known who have gone on before me.

Troi reviewed 
The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 Great opening. Very entrancing. 
I enjoyed the concept and appreciated the author's ominously dark tone that she opened with , but she didn't carry it through. That inconsistency pulled away from the darkness of the story- made it a little less enchanting as it progressed.

Kristina Crespo reviewed Would You Remember ME
 This book was great! 
I just feel like there should have been more information on the young girl and her struggles. If it was longer I would have definitely given it 5 stars!

Just a guy reviewed Would You Remember ME
 very deep. 
This honestly captures the thoughts of someone who is done, angry and frustrated. I laugh as I read this for it is exactly how I feel for the most part despite being a different age and male. I would recommend everyone read it to see inside the head of someone deep inside their own. One feels alone but cares so much for the people around them.
Definitely helped me out.

lk82 reviewed Would You Remember ME
 read 
It's very accurate in how people who are depressed feel. Relatable and quick to read. I will share with others.

lutgerink reviewed 
The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 Not really 
The cover story was distracting. Not really my thing, maybe a bit too dark.
The other stories are better than that one and they would definetely be even better if the author had left out the "moral of this story" or other political correct messages at the end.
It is not that I do disagree with either of these, but in a booklet for a wide variety of readers this is not done.
I look for other books of this author nonetheless as some of the stories, like "15 secconds ago" look promising. They show it is obvious that Lynette Ferreira knows how to put a story line together with sometimes a nice plot.

Julio Ramos reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Book 
I thought it was ok and it explained the concept well and how a person feels whenever they are down.

Kara Wachowski reviewed Would You Remember ME

 It's good, but I wish it was a real book. 
Good but too short. I wish it was. Book instead of a simple diary entry. But it was a good entry.

Melinda Benson reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Ok 
I guess I just thought there would be more to the story. Just didn't do it for me. Sorry :-

Margie Galdeano reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 It's ok 
I like it but it's kinda confusing. I think it's a pretty good book. it was short and weird. this is a good book for someone who wants to kill time.

Amanda cozzie reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Suicide 
I really liked it very short but it's nice u will cry when you read this it's very emotional but very amazing.

Cydni reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Trendy and lite sofa throw
The blanket is nice and trendy and makes for a good lite sofa throw. I would have liked it a tad bigger and heavier for colder months but is still lovely.

Kindle Customer reviewed William The Damned: A Vampire Pirate (The Vampire Pirate Saga Book 1)

 Too little dialogue. 
It was okay. The lack of dialogue made it a little boring for me. The ending was not what I expected.

Michael reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Not what I thought 
I thought it was an actual book. Guess I was wrong. I still liked it though. It was very inspiring

Lori Kaminsky reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Short stories 
At first I didn't realize that the stories didn't connect at all. Some were good, some were boring. Most of the them were quite depressing. All were very short

Amanda Wheeler reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Confusion 
Kinda boring... I wish there was more detail and more of a back story and more length to the story

Jessica R. Schiesswohl reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Pointless 
Did not like this five page "book". Wasn't really about anything and isn't worth reading. Time would be better spent elsewhere

DONNA RASBERRY reviewed Would You Remember ME

 My thoughts 
This book caught my attention for many reasons. my sister committed suicide and I've always wondered if I missed a sign so I'm always searching for a reason to clear my conscience. But to no avail, the brain and emotions are complicated.

Skitlez reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Knowing 
this was a good short story. It really got me thinking about life and how short it can be and that you should live life like it could be your last.

Julie Elizabeth Powell reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Atmospheric
I was given this book for review and found that although it was short it has a powerful message. I liked the 'dark, dark' and understand the reasons behind it. It also enjoyed the writing style which flowed and unfolded the idea well - the ending jolted the senses - like any good story.
I don't give spoilers but will say that this is a thoughtful and thought provoking tale.

heather reviewed Would You Remember ME

 short story but an awesome book
The story was real and to the point. Told a true story of how children sometimes feel and heart breaking how others can't see the pain they go through.

Allondra Pettway reviewed Would You Remember ME

 So relatable 
I have to admit that when I started reading this, I didn't think it would be worth much. Fortunately I was wrong. The story was short but the emotions I felt from it made it worth the read. I'll give it four stars because of the length but other than that, I recommend that anyone thinking about suicide should read this.

Rocky reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Great 
This book was sad, but made a great point about teenage suicide. This book helps you understand the effects of bullying and depression.

Jesslovesjazzy jazzy reviewed 
The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Horrible
This was the most horrible book I have ever red. This is a piece of junk. Now I know why it's one dollar

TRM reviewed 
The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 junk!
Not worth the paper it is written on! Don't waste your time! Disjointed from start to finish, had no clue as to what I was reading throughout the whole book

Ms. San reviewed 
The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 My Review 
Not interesting at all. I found myself lost at points. What was the moral that I didn't already know. Tell me something I don't already know about child abuse.

ok games reviewed 
The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 CONFUSING 
I do not get this story at all I mean like it starts out with a 90 year old man and a woman he wants to marry then it talks about a boy don't get it

Julie Wessler reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Short book
It made me cry.. Also, I can completely relate to it because I go through suicidal thoughts all the time .. it really is hard.

Elaine reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Would You remember ME 
Very well written and should be required reading for everyone. This is a heartfelt, complicated subject but it should be openly discussed without reservations.

Danielle Corbin reviewed Would You Remember ME

 ok 
It was an ok read. Unsure as to what exactly the purpose was. Did the girl want to kill herself but change her mind? Was it even a girl? Was she that suicidal if it was so easy for her to change her mind? Seemed a little hokey to me. Wouldn't recommend. 1 star is for technical details such as flow and imagery.

rosalinda villa reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Amazing! 
One of my favourite things to read!
The note and everything else was perfect!
I can't even explain how much pain of brought me to read this!
Definitely deserves 5 stars.

Euphonos reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Good read
I would say, it is a different genre altogether. You've got heartfelt feelings that might surprise you or disappoint you. If you are too emotional, you are bound to feel the pressure. But it all wipes away with the way the story is outlined. I kind of enjoyed reading few parts of the book. Overall, It is a good read.

Alejandra Grullon reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Not the only one 
The things I couldn't explain were written by some one else... I'm not the only one that feels this way

Amazon Customer reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Truth is seldom fair.
Thank you for writing things that most often are hurtful but all most hallways truthful. A wonderful book and a hard one to finish

Cassie Chandler reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Sad 
I was in tears as I read it was sad but there were things that triggered it and reading that u can tell what caused it

Alisa K reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Liked it 
I wasn't going to get this book at first due to the bad ratings but what do people expect?! Its a very short story. I thought the ending was powerful and totally unexpected.

AmazonUser reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Thanks 
Wonderful Thank you. Very fast, nice just as described. Well appreciated and would love to do more business. Thank you.

Miranda Bennett reviewed Would You Remember ME

 A Loss for Words 
Beautifully written and shows how she'll miss her family. Almost like she doesn't want to leave but she doesn't know any way out.

marja reviewed Would You Remember ME

 feeling the same 
This book describes my feelings. I feel the same way, and it is very helpful to read i am not alone in feeling this way

Scott R. reviewed My Recycled Soul

 Read this Now! 
This book has been released in the past (this life, not a previous one...just to clarify!) and I read it. And then I read it again. And again. And again.
My summary for this book in the past was "Everything happens for a reason". Trust me, it's true.
And that is the reason you should read this book. ASAP! This is one of those special ones, ones that have moments where you just have to put the book down to try to grasp what you've just read - and then re-read it - because it's just that good.
And as a teaser - there is a voice mail in this book that will rip your still-beating heart out of your chest, hurl it across the room, where leprechauns (it takes place in Ireland, so why not) will then jump all over it. The author knows how to do emotions so, so well.
I love this book. You will too.

Madison Wesely reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Amazing 
LOVE IT perfect book or thing short story haha. Iv will probably read it over and over again haha. Lovely

Ally reviewed Would You Remember ME

 I've felt this way before 
I felt this way and I still do most of the time. His book is EXACTLY what it's like to be suicidal.

Azairiahmills reviewed Would You Remember ME

 It was ok r.i.p to her i love you!! 
It was good not was i am looking for thoe.... but i am attemtion to do sucide because i been threw so much in life bullied,miss treated, r***ed everything and i been threw it all in i am only 12yrs old and i think its time to let go peace and love from azairiah mills <3

Pablo reviewed Would You Remember ME

 So saddening 
Such a great short story. I wish it was longer. The feelings this story gave me is so strong. Definitely worth its price.

Marcia Carrington reviewed All Over Again

 ALL OVER AGAIN: An Intricate Paranormal Romance Short Story 
This is a beautifully-flowing paranormal romance short story, with just the right elements of dreamy romance and fantasy intricately combined, creating an atmospheric reading experience.
I also liked the fact that the story has much vivid description in terms of milieu, and suitably places the characters within this environment.

clahain reviewed ForNever (Book One)

 Enchanting and Romantic 
Heather is an English girl living in Ireland. The disintegration of her parents' marriage has left her bitter and unwilling to believe in true love. This proves inconvenient when she finds herself pursued by two young men. Kieran and Jayden are brothers. They are also sorcerers who have been following Heather throughout her successive lifetimes. Turns out the trio was cursed during the Salem witch trials and is destined to remain locked in a cycle of love and loss until Heather finally chooses the right brother. The reader knows which brother is the right one, and this adds to the tension. We watch Heather agonize and falter, unsure if she will follow her head or her heart.
The only issue I had with FORNEVER is the author's tendency to weigh down her descriptions with a lot of historical information. As a reader, it's always nice to experience exciting locations. However, too much detail presented all at once can slow down the story and take us out of the fictional world.
If you enjoy your love triangles with a paranormal twist, FORNEVER is a fun and often humorous read.

Marcia Carrington reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 THE DARK, DARK HOUSE: A Richly Observant Short Story 
An intriguing short story, well set up, with plenty of atmospheric detail to soak up. The ending is surprising, and while at first glance seems jarring, makes sense once you take all the details of the story into account.

Marcia Carrington reviewed Only In My Memories 

 ONLY IN MY MEMORIES: An Intriguing Paranormal Romance 
Intriguing paranormal romance short story with an emphasis on mood and detail which makes for a very interesting, and enlightening, reading experience.

imani reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 SUCKS 
This books sucks and a total waste of time and energy! Dont get unless u like the feeling of disappointment .The message is interpreted wrong and nothing makes any sense

JJ reviewed Would You Remember ME

 SAD 
It's a sad sad sad sad sad sad sad sad book of poems by a very depressed girl. That said, it was a good and quick read.

kyleigh reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Would you remember ME 
This book was heart breaking. As I have contemplated and attempted I had never thought about after. I actually started to cry but I loved it so much

Melissa S. reviewed My Recycled Soul

 I cried, laughed and really wanted to hit someone 

SPOILER ALERT!!

We start off meeting Elizabeth just as her crush spoke to her and she can't wait to share her news. However, when she arrives home, her mother & stepfather have some news of their own. Elizabeth is of course devastated to learn that they are moving to Ireland.

The family arrives in Ireland, and predictably Elizabeth begins to act like a spoiled brat with her crying and moping around; you would think that a girl (unsure of age) with seemingly no friends would jump at the chance to start over in a new place. But no, not Elizabeth, she pretty much shuns everyone at her new school for a bit (though it is glossed over in the book), then all of a sudden she wakes up one morning and decides to make a change and be happy about the move.
A girl from school, Jane, begins talking to Elizabeth and they become fast friends. Jane introduces Elizabeth to her group of friends and they all welcome her in. Within a few days (it is really hard to tell as time is totally wonky in the book) Elizabeth is introduced to Jared. This is where the story really starts to annoy me. They two spend a few hours together after school hanging out with the group, Jared is flirting with Elizabeth and by the end of the night she has pretty much convinced herself that she is in love with him. Now mind you, she has been with this group of friends for quite a few hours and has yet to call her parents to check in; and when she does finally arrive home (Jared drops her off last) her parents only tell her that she needs to check in so that her mother doesn't worry. Elizabeth then goes to her room, and is in a "rage" that they are forever treating her like a child. I know as a mother that if any of my children were to behave that way and not check in at all, there would be more than just a "please remember to call home and let us know where you are".
The next day, Jared ignores Elizabeth when they are at school, but that all changes very soon ( I'm thinking within a day or so). The two end up at a party together and declare their love for one another that night. Keep in mind please that they have only known each other a week at most. Elizabeth eventually brings Jared around to meet her mother and stepfather, and her stepfather tells them a story about a couple that had similar names to them that used to live in their houses (ancestors of Jared and the stepfather). Both Jared and Elizabeth begin to believe that they are the reincarnated versions of these people and are fated to be together.
The whole romance between Jared and Elizabeth moves along way too fast for me. And the way that Elizabeth acts towards Jared sometimes just makes me want to reach into the book and smack her! But please! The way that Elizabeth talks is so aggravating, she is supposed to be a teenager from California, but throughout the book she speaks as though she is from Britain.
I don't want to give away too many details, but after an accident; Elizabeth decides that her and Jared are over, though she continues to wonder about him and wish they were still together. Elizabeth graduates high school and heads off to the college that Jared is supposed to be going to with the hope that she will run into him.
Jared does not seem to be at the college and Elizabeth of course goes into a funk, but she eventually meets Joshua; and while he seems to fall in love with her quickly and is always wanting to be more than just her friend, Elizabeth keeps him firmly in the friend-zone for years.
Then of course, she realizes that she loves him and wants to try a relationship, though Joshua is heading off to a summer program. They agree to be together and pick up when he comes back. Of course tragedy strikes ( and I will admit that I bawled my eyes out) and we see Elizabeth return to her famous funk!
We end up coming full circle with Jared and Elizabeth after that and of course we get our happy ending. I do not have a lot of complaints with the book, though there are a few; mainly grammatical errors and missing words, and how there is no real reference to time or age in the book.
*I was provided a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review*

Spring waters reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Recommended 
It's beautiful.. how she said how much she loved everyone , and it was very important when she told her mother that she was not to blame herself because there was nothing and could do

Sirleny Garcia reviewed Soul Drifter

 Interesting story! 
First of all, this book caught my attention by the title: "What my soul does when I am asleep".
I'm always interested on the meaning of my dreams and I identify myself with this 11-year-old girl, specially when she says that she believes her soul goes gallivanting at night, when it is supposed to be resting, that's why she always wake up tired, no matter how long she sleep ...
The author tells a story in a very nice and precisely way.
I like this story. It's interesting and fun to read.

Niomi Demota reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Loved It! 
Perfect book I simply loved it words could never describe my love for this truly magnificent book you are a God.

Jjmt. reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Waste of money 
That was horrible.i wasted my money for a three paged book. if you wanted me to donate money then u wouldn't have made people pay.

angela eckman reviewed All Over Again
 All over Again 
Very good book i like wester romance they are soo good and at this price i can get more what i like

Emilee reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Brought me to tears 
a little short but i love it. it brought me to tears at the end. i reread it time to time. its a fast read but a good one

Ghost Lover reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Emotional
This is a short piece that is packed to the rafters, full of emotion. The idea of teen suicide is very upsetting, when a young person's life becomes so miserable, that they cease to function. Logic does not enter into this world, and the repeating of slights, and hurt feeling may seem out of place to an adult, but not to a teenager on the brink of adulthood. You have to adjust your mind to take you to another place, to their place.....but it's worth

morehumanthanhuman reviewed Would You Remember ME
 Melodramatic and dull 
This short piece is either a suicide note or a whiny letter written by a young girl. Before checking out (or not), she writes chiding family members for things that they've done and waxes poetic about the limited events of her life to date. A friend/boyfriend has recently killed himself and she considers making the same choice.
The tone of this letter is strikingly inauthentic ("thee"? Seriously?). It truly comes across as a middle-aged person's idea of what a suicidal teenager would write like.
The item description gives the impression that the author thinks that this story counts as some sort of blow in the fight against teen suicide. The time spent reading this story would be better served in outreach work with at-risk teens.
Edit: Very interesting. I have written several below-three star reviews for this author's work and they were all hit with negatives around the same time today. I sense somebody with a connection to the author is displeased because that voting pattern isn't typical of regular customers.

C.S. Catlin reviewed Would You Remember ME

 From a survivor of a suicide... 
WHEN I BEGAN READING, I THOUGHT THIS PERSON WAS ACTUALLY GOING TO DO IT!
I was relieved of course when I realized this was not so. This very well written 'letter' is a wake up call for all of us to question ourselves about our attitudes, demands and shortcomings when it comes to understanding the troubled moments in which our children find themselves, alone.

morehumanthanhuman reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Not effective 
In something as short as flash fiction, where every word has to count, I simply don't get the point of repeating "dark" as many times as the author does at the beginning of this story. Once you get past the annoying repetition, you have some pretty standard description and a "twist" ending.
None of it really worked for me. It came across as something written for a school assignment.

Mckenzie reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Bad 
I didn't like this at all because it wasn't long enough and was not worth the price and it made no sense

Cassie Hollenbeck reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Sad... but I recommend 
I understand why she wanted to commit suicide. I also understood that she wanted to be with her crush or brother or whoever Casey was.. this is a really detailed book with only 12 pages of words. Although this book was very short, it was very descriptive!!!!

KatieKayye reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Touching story 
This story is truly touching. I thought it was okay, but I didn't feel like it was as true to real feelings as it could have been.

mackenzie rose reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Good book 
It was so good. But so short
=( I am depressed and its almost the same as this. Still my favorite book ever.

Kendall reviewed All Over Again

 My opinion 
I didn't like it it made no sense. I was also really confused who was Jared who was Devlin. My thoughts.

J. Santo reviewed The Story Tellers’ Anthology ((A collection of tales from the writers at Fantasy Island

 Must read. 
Such a beautiful collection of stories wrapped under one cover. This is the combined efforts of many authors at their best.

Sweet Lady Jane reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Not my type of book 
even though it was short, i did not even finish it it was more like a poem than a story to me.I am sorry to say this but it is the only book i have deleted from my kindle.

Annastashia b. reviewed Would You Remember ME

 It was interesting 
I was disappointed at how short this story was, but it was powerful. I just wished that it was longer

awesomw reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Wonderful 
I love how it describes abuse!!!!!!! I mean in a sad way. Yeah it was kind of creepy in the beginning. So did my little brother and hes only eight years old.

terrivanilla reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 An eye opener 
When reading this short story it reminded me of my childhoo. Remembering my ballerina jewlery box. Then when the author begins to describe the little girl I felt a sadness as well as lonliness for the child.

Lily-Eva reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Has Something Changed w/the Story? Never Updated. 
I felt it necessary to alter my review slightly because I've noticed that more recent reviewers have mentioned 'short stories' included in the 'Dark, Dark House' e-book. I automatically receive updates on all e-books I've ordered and the only change is to the cover design. Have I missed something here?
As to the original story, it remains basically the same. I was initially a bit confused by all the dark, dark references. Towards the middle of the story, the story begins to flow better and I was able to picture descriptions the author gave: down to the broken Barbie, music box and little girl. I finally got it, though the storytelling was a bit disjointed. Won't divulge the spoiler.

Sarah B. reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Maybe I just don't get it. 
I normally try to appreciate each author's voice and the story's individual tone, but none of this made sense to me. It went from sing-song to brutal -- or at least hints at brutal -- and I didn't follow much of anything in between. Bottom line: I'm bewildered.

Jessica M. Bush reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Save Yourself Time: The Story Is About Child Abuse 
Don't bother reading this. The beginning is tedious with its repetition of the word dark which doesn't accomplish an ominous tone. Instead it serves to make you want to skip the extra and unnecessary "darks" as you read. Just when you think the story finally gets going the writer ends it and then includes a social commentary about child abuse. Indeed an important issue but save yourself some time... skip this story and donate to a child abuse prevention charity instead. (I am giving this 2 stars for that reason only. Otherwise- it would be 1.)

Madeline reviewed All Over Again

 Confusing 
The introduction to this novella confused me. It seemed to assume I was familiar with another of the author's works, and maybe the whole piece was just an exercise? I could not work out who the characters were, and I gave up before the end. Maybe I should read the other book first.

Amazon Customer reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 WEIRD 
I choose this book because I was curios and I end up with a mixed feeling between sad and disgusted....
I am not sure if I would recommended it .
It is far too weird.

emma D reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 did not enjoy 
The Dark, Dark House was a total disappointment. Plot - none. Outcome - too vague. Story line - incomplete if any.
Needless to say I did not enjoy this one.

marj reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Boring 
Sorry i just couldnt get into this book at all...Couldnt stand the use off the dark dark house, just about in every sentence, there it was, The dark,dark house :((

Jennifer Sullivan reviewed All Over Again

 too short. 
though it was a cute little love story it was too short. It was more of a sample than a novel. not to mention a lot of it didnt make sense no offense to the author but dont waste time reading it

John B reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Intrigued 
I understood what the author was trying to make us see and I understand Flash Fiction, however it could have gone slightly further before she left the rest of the story to our imaginations.
But over all I liked it. I read it out loud to the room after I downloaded it. Everyone else just sort of looked at me like I had lost my mind. LOL. Needless to say, I have not, I just like the unusual.
Good Job!

Scott R. reviewed All Over Again

 Life Before Life 
his is an excellent short story. But let me say from the first: you MUST read Ms. Ferreira's "My Recycled Soul" first (which isn't hard because that is an awesome book) to truly understand why Elizabeth makes the seemingly unbelievable choice(s) that she makes, and who Devlin really is. And who is he more than twice. This story really added another level of understanding to a book I have now read twice. But you probably won't appreciate how poignant this is without the whole story. It would have worked even if it hadn't been separated from the book. And just remember - everyone ends up where they're supposed to be and everything happens for a reason.:) I received a free copy of this from the author and that in no way influences my review. Since I never read short stories, I'm glad she helped me find this one. It made "My Recycled Soul" all the better.

Kindle Customer reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Had potential,but no. 
Sadly I was not impressed.I expected something else, not just the word dark over and over and in different forms. My apologies to the author but this was just not my thing.

Scott R. reviewed My Recycled Soul

 I Cried... 
and for a guy to admit that, well, that just shows how good this book is...

***BIG Spoiler Alert***

This book not only has a happy ending, it has two happy endings. When you get to the very last page, and you wonder if what you're think happened has actually happened - well, it has. And that was where I had the biggest smile at the end of a book in years.
Elizabeth gets moved with her family from California to Ireland. She hates it. But everything happens for a reason.
She meets her soul mate in Jared and then something terrible happens. But everything happens for a reason.
She meets Joshua who believes she is her soul mate but she takes her time going from friend to romance. Then something God-awful happens. But everything happens for a reason.
Elizabeth reunites with Jared and they get the happy ending you've been hoping for. But everything happens for a reason, and EVERYONE gets a happy ending. Trust me on this. She must break with Jared in order to meet Joshua. It is absolutely necessary.
If you believe in reincarnation, then you will realize that not all soul mates are meant to be romantically linked. Look at your family. And wonder...
BTW, this book has the most heartbreaking voice mail in history and that is where I cried. But everything happens for a reason.
If you've read this book and feel like talking about it, please hit comments. I really would like to chat with others about this book - especially the end.

Reader86 reviewed All Over Again

 Reincarnation Erotica!
I have to admit, this short story was pretty funny. Past lives... romance... good combination. You know after they croak that they're somehow going to meet each other in a future life again, ad infinitum. Maybe next time they'll meet on a spaceship in the year 5000.

Reader86 reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Depressing :*( "No, no one will remember YOU"
The protagonist seems awfully self-centered, like she believes that she should always be the center of attention... Also, I think it's strange that she has a crush on a guy who committed suicide and then she thinks about doing it herself. Also, her sister's name is Zelda. Why would a person ever be named after a video game character? What kind of person names their kid that?

Xylina Benjamin reviewed All Over Again

 Mushy but in a good way 
This book was really mushy but in a cute way and i usually won't read books like this but i thoguht it was nice. The end touched my heart too. All in all i thoguht it was sweet and good. it gets my five stars :)

Paul Lavins reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Interesting 
I'm not sure why people feel they can complain about how short a book is when it's pretty clearly described in the product description. Yes, it's a short, short story. I thought it was interesting, and worth the time it took me to read it, which was not long. But overall, it wasn't bad. Hence, my 3-star rating.

Joan Wonders reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Bubba 
This book was great. I loved it from the beginning. I am looking forward to other Bubba books in the future. It was an attention draw right from the beginning.

PattyW reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Not my favorite 
This is not my favorite short from this author. I am not a big fan of self complaining and I am not sure I worded that right especially on such a sensitive topic. I feel like I know what the author was trying to do. It just didn't work for me but I give it a three star because I love the author's style. Check out other work by this author. You will not be disappointed.

Genice Amarie reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Confusing 
This story was very confusing and felt disjointed. The extra note after the story helped me to know where the author wanted the reader to end up.
The beginning started off with a certain flow. The author took it too far for it to be an introduction but by not continuing that rhythm throughout it did not serve its purpose. The middle to end is very descriptive, the author paints very vivid pictures. The abrupt ending left me feeling in the dark, though.

PattyW reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 I get it 
I did not mind the beginning paragraph. Maybe if it would of been that way throughout I would have but I get it. The author's choice of delivering the three parts the way they did was not bad. It was creative and I like the author's note at the end. That was good. I didn't think it was preachy. I think it is true. We need to be aware and pay attention. Also I really liked the author's simple writing style and I mean no disrespect by using the word simple. It flowed and delivered a quick and easy read. I will check out other work by this author.

mandy soulsby-bodart reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Has great potential - even as a graphic novel 
I agree with most reviewers here, the repetition of 'dark, dark' just does not work. I understand the author's intention - child-like fairy story with Brothers Grim ending leading to social message - but my suggestion to the author would be to edit it as follows:
(Lynette Ferreira, please comment!)
Sentence 1 is sufficient to establish memory of the 'dark, dark' tale.
Sentence 2 : A raven swooped down over the bleak path way, at the end of which was an unlit house with a shadowed porch.
Sentence 3 : On this porch was a dank black door with a dull iron handle. Etcetera, etcetera. I like the bodiless Barbie - could expand on this re. abused child's feelings. Also, I like the ring imagery, and the music box section is good. I would suggest re-casting the final two sentences, beginning with 'Her face [is] bruised...'and ending with 'Her arm is in a cast...' leaving us on an ironic note which provokes a back reading of the tale.
Re. Graphic novel aspect, I refer you to The Magician's Wife (Charyn,J and Boucq, F: Titan Books, London, 1987) or Neil Gaiman's work on the Mr Punch mythology.

Christine Staeven reviewed All Over Again

 all over again 
This is not a cogent tale. In deecription it states this is a short to get rid of someone so that Elizabeth can go on with her life unencumbered with Devlin near. Then, stating one always ends up where they belong. Well, not really then - not if one character has to be rid of for the other to be with another. It felt like the author had the attachment to Devlin, not Elizabeth. Which allowed more sense to tale overall than the thoughts within.
Devlin's monologues were confusing at best in trying to convey the process to Elizabeth. He never succeeded fully and her decision was not made in full knowledge - even though it brought resolution for her. Though the resolution was a dissatisfacory conclusion overall. For, it is unclear he fulfilled his wish. And, rebirth would not disencumber the soul mate factor (of reincarnation) - rather it merely sets up a new generation of life of searching for missing piece. Many believing in reincarnatiin will be dissatisfied with the solution given here as sever as the souls are what is connected and reincarnated - not the bodies. I realize Devlin is a ghost and is found in a dream - however, that connect is as strong as merely feeling a presence (unseen) around a person.
I cannot say whether Elizabeth's story outside this short finds resolution or not as I have not read the full the author alludes to. However, this short is a confusing and implausible resolution to author quandary of Devlin character as it stands for this piece she calls a stand alone.
There were a number of errors that should not be found in a piece this short. It should be scrubbed free of punctuation and grammar errors.
Christine

Cheryl reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Help is available 
Please, if anyone is considering suicide, help is available. Talk to someone you trust or call a suicide hotline number. In the United States, call the Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (800-273-8255). Use that same number and press 1 to reach the Veterans Crisis Line. If you are not in the United States, you are not alone. Befriender Worldwide ([...])exists to help you find help in your country.
There are some things that when used for entertainment/shock value/profit (even if it is just bragging rights about Amazon standings) is personally abhorrent. Including advertising but not encouragement to get help left me appalled and disgusted. This book felt wrong to me on many levels and isn't one I'd recommend to anyone.

Reader86 reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Terrible! 
This is the stupidest thing that I've ever read. It's only two pages long, plagiarizes a popular children's book, and ends with an annoying political message.

Lisa Williamson reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 dark dark short 
The lenght was good, the second two parts gripping but I had to force myself past all the dark dark. While I realize it was a stylistic choice I think it was overdone t the beginning. Would have seemed stronger with less repeating. Word choice in super short fiction is very important. All in all I think the author has a gift.

Marcia Carrington reviewed Would You Remember ME

 WOULD YOU REMEMBER ME - An excellent exploration of an important social issue 
WOULD YOU REMEMBER ME, by Lynette Ferreira, is a very moving short story which deals with a sensitive topic exceptionally well, with humanity and taste, and never becomes maudlin or preachy. Recommended.

Amber D reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Fast, but good 
Although thrown off a bit with opening paragraph, the writing drew me in to finish this short piece. The writer achieves the point she was after at the climax.

Fallen Angel reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Disappointing. 
I knew when I got this that it was flash fiction, so I wasn't expecting a novel or anything. However, I was expecting it to be written better. The end did not scare/shock me. In fact, without the author's note I would not have understood what the theme of the story even was. It was a good idea, just poorly executed. Describing everything at the beginning as dark, dark was annoying and sometimes plain stupid. The rest of it read very choppy and was just ultimately disappointing. Thank goodness it was free!

Amazon Customer reviewed My Recycled Soul

 A really enjoyable read! 
I love the idea of two souls being connected and finding each other at different points through time. The coming together of two souls who may have been kept apart previously by circumstance, finding each other again and hopefully getting it right.
Elizabeth has always be very good at covering up her emotions. Making people believe that all is right in her world. When she and her family relocate from California to Ireland she tries her hardest to cover her unhappiness.
When Elizabeth and Jared meet I was slightly thrown by their instant love, but once you understand the premise of the story and the connection of their souls it makes complete sense. And they were so good together!! And he sees through her act at making everyone think she is happy. I flew through the first half of the book as the two of them spent time together. And then out of the blue I was thrown by a decision that Elizabeth makes and it took me a little while to get back in to the groove of the story.
Enter Joshua. I didn't warm to him straight away. But as the story went on, warm to him I did and then I was knocked for six by the turn in the story!! It was completely unexpected and I could feel all the emotions that Elizabeth was experiencing!!
There was a point in the book where Jared tells Elizabeth that she frustrates him and I have to admit that there were times when I felt exactly the same way!! I just felt that she jumped to conclusions so quickly without talking things through.
Is My Recycled Soul a book that I would recommend? Most definitely!! It was a really easy and enjoyable read and the whole concept of the story was great!

Mark Abrams reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 a quirky short with a profound message! 
This was a very quick read that focused on one place and one event as it should. Perhaps some people have a problem with a short-short and expect more from it than it is designed to do. I found that it had gotten to the the point across rather well in a very short time and have to take issue with many of the poor reviews. You can read this in about 5 min. and decide for yourself!

Amazon Customer reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 The Dark Dark House
I was very disappointed with this book. It was so short. I did not realize that it wasn't a normal length book.

TANJHIM reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Bad 
Not a good story. I didn't get it. Thank goodness it was free or I would have wasted my money on a bad story. It was very boring. It should be exiciting but it was not. I didn't like it much....

Marianne Spitzer reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Very Unique Short Story 
SPOILER ALERT, I AM GOING TO MENTION THE END OF THE STORY
At first I wondered about the repetitive style of the writing and its abrupt stop. The description that followed was interesting and the ending shocking. However, the author's note about child abuse awareness explains the reasoning behind this unique short story. Well done.

A. Harris reviewed All Over Again

 Liked it, but confused me!
This is the story of Elizabeth and Devlin. It spans the period of a day they spend together and Elizabeth learns some things about Devlin and herself.
I'm not going to go into too much detail because I was a little confused with this story. I don't think I ever truly figured out what was going on, but a lot of my confusion kind of got settled with the end of the story. Overall, a good read that took about 30 minutes. This was a short romance story.
At the time I downloaded this ebook to my kindle it was being offered free in the kindle book store, which in no way affected my review.

Jason M. reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Great way to send a powerful message 
A very short [flash fiction] story based on that old children's story about the dark, dark house in the dark, dark woods. The twist at the end left me stunned and on the verge of tears. Such a powerful message. Well done.

Adelia W. reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction
 A childhood favorite revisited. 
In The Dark Dark Wood was one of my early childhood favorites. I love that the beginning of this story took me back to that. I admit I was expecting there to be a monster or something standing behind the girl but this is not that kind of scary story. Unfortunately child abuse is a real monster not tucked safely between the pages of a book. The author took me back to my childhood and then reminded me that not all children are as lucky as I was. She gives her purpose for writing the story at the end. I couldn't agree more with her and love the way she put her message out.

S. Hiltbrand reviewed My Recycled Soul

 Tissues required 
If you have ever lost someone you love, the story is a must read. This is a heart wrenching story that starts off a little to fast passed. I was afraid that there wouldn't be any character development but you do get to know and care for the characters in the story. The characters go through rough transitions and tragedies. Some of the fast forwarding in the stoyline is a bit jolting but the ending is worth the journey. I will be reading more from this author.

Kate reviewed All Over Again

 Obsessive love
If all-consuming love and soulmates are relevant to your interests, this short story might be too.
The story is sweet, the writing is pretty, but it's just not my taste. I'm a subtle love kind of reader, I don't like it to be too in-your-face, and I don't like obsession.
Devlin is crazy obsessive over Elizabeth, so a lot of the focus of the story is on that.
The ending's pretty strange, and abrupt, so I had to rate this lower than I first intended. Though, I have read that this is a deleted scene from a full-length novel, so that may be reasonable. Also, some parts of this story are confusing, which I figure is for the same reason -- you're not reading this story from the start unless you read the novel.

Nicole614 reviewed My Recycled Soul

 A comforting peace of mind, a truley amazing highschool love story 
I first want to start by saying that i normally do not ever read romance novels, but after reading "The beginning of a life misunderstood" I then became interested in other novels by the author. So of course like any other sceptic I only downloaded the sample of this book and after reading through the first few chapters I had to purchase it. I am currently only on chapter 11 but it is by far one of the best novels i have read in very long time and also very intriging because as I am reading I am also trying to figure out where the title of the book came from and now I think i understant. Now I have been out of highschool for years now but I can fully 100% feel every ounce of feelings that Elizabeth has for Jared because I once felt like that towards somebody, however the world happens but this but brings me back to a comforting and peaceful place in my life which i had forgotten existed. I just want to say thank you for writing such a wounderful book and keep them coming.

Mia reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 seriously not entertaining. 
Flash fiction or not, had the author left out most of the repetative dark dark this and that they could have used the allotted space to tell more, therefore not leaving a majority of the readers so disappointed. That said, this story (using story loosely) has the potential to be a great short story. The author has the capability to describe things well but I feel they fell very short of delivering. No pun intended.

Lisa Zhang Wharton reviewed My Recycled Soul

 My Recycled Souls is a Sweet Romance 
I love this sweet romance about high school students, which I have never experienced because I didn't date in China in high school. The voice of this book is very personal and intimate.
Elizabeth moved to Ireland from California with her mom and a new step dad. Life is difficult for her; a teenager and she had a lot to adjust to. It turned out that her step dad was nice and the boy she fell head-over-heels with, Jared, also loved her. Then a car accident had changed everything. Elizabeth was in coma and wheelchair-bound for a few months. She told Jared to move on so he did. Yet she couldn't forget about him and followed him to the Trinity College, where she dreamed of running into him on campus. Then Joshua came into her life. He understood her feeling toward Jared and was patient with her. He was not as possessive as Jared toward her and was willing to be her friend initially. Will Joshua be successful in getting Elizabeth's heart in the end? You can find out yourself.
This book is a YA romance. I highly recommend it for anyone who is in high school or who is interested in reading an intimate young adult romance. This is Lynette Ferria's debut novel and she has done an excellent job.

James N Simpson reviewed Would You Remember ME

 What is the Point of This? It's Just a Boring Suicide Note, Where Nothing Interesting Happens 
Would You Remember Me? This is the question asked by the title. Of course not is the answer, because you've got nothing interesting to say, didn't do anything interesting in your life so far, didn't have interesting good or bad that happened to you to justify even contemplating suicide. All this girl talks about is how depressed she is and tells each family member, well lectures each family member on life. Mum you used to be fun, until life started to get a little tough and you gave up. Dad you know you left me, when you no longer wanted to live with mum and asked me who I wanted to live with. Sister you took a lot of attention away from me when you were born and have always been an attention seeker ever since, but I still love you. This is the whole ten minute read. Nothing exciting happens or happened to her at all.
The writer (fictional character one) just needed someone to talk to who would tell her life's not all about you honey, and educate her a bit with some sort of reality check. A new younger sister is going to take some attention away from you. Your dad and mum won't always love each other, the real world isn't a cartoon, love rarely lasts forever.
Obviously we don't know if the girl actually kills herself or not since notes are obviously written before the act. Since this was so unmoving, unemotional it needed something after. Either a letter or the eulogy written by the people she talks about in her letter. Or a follow up letter by the girl herself if she didn't do it saying how she realised how stupid that letter was and how she's glad she didn't actually kill herself.
There's also no details at the end for anyone feeling like this themselves that are the standard for any piece of fiction dealing with suicide such as if you are feeling depressed or need someone to talk to ring Kids Help Line on 1800 55 1800.
Suicide notes are a difficult thing to do in fiction, however they can actually be well done, and entertaining, such as with To Whom It May Concern by Piper Downs.

darrell kramer reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 dumb 
this was bad I started to read but then i notest that all it said was dark dark chair or another object only two pages long NOT A GOOD BOOK WHAT SO EVER DO NOT BUY

Nneka T. Okike reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 I didn't get it.......:
It was too short, choppy, and didn't make sense. There was only a teensy weensy little snippet about what happened to the girl. And didn't get the part about the man. This sounds like a short undefined story to me.

Peggy sue reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 dark dark house 
this was the stupidest book i have ever read i thought it was to be scary not even that oh well u rate no stars sorry

Stephanie D reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Dumb 
My friend's 7-year-old son could tell a better story. What was this supposed to be--funny, creepy? What?
Good thing it was free the day I got it because I would be feeling seriously swindled if I'd paid money for this garbage.

Allison reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 6 clipping limit 
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That being said, I have to agree with some of the other reviewers that this short story feels much like a classroom assignment in Creative Writing 101. I've notice a lit of the recent flash fiction feels this way. Maybe I just don't really appreciate the concept.
But this one didn't make the list of books I want to keep around, in case I want to refer to them again.

Allison reviewed Would You Remember ME

 very sad story 
I don't understand why people like to read such sad stories. If you do, you'll like to read this. The author does a great job of expressing the pain felt by a heart-broken teen-age girl.
It does turn into a morality story at the end.
Over all, well written, with an immense depth of feeling.

A. Lee reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 This made me feel dumb 
I'm not an idiot but this was so incoherent that I felt like I was. If I didn't know it was flash fiction I wouldn't have made it past sentence 3. Repetition is fun for effect but what was this? It could have gotten interesting at one spot but then it was over and it made no sense. I don't like leaving bad reviews for anything. I feel bad. But people need to know that this makes no sense and is pointless. If it wasn't free I'd be returning it.

madclaire reviewed Would You Remember ME

 This Is Me 
When I read the book description I could have sworn that it was written by me. No one, not even my family knows how confused and scared I am sometimes. I only gave the book four stars because even though I'm awe-struck that someone might actually know exactly how I feel, it pains me to think that anyone else might feel this way, too. I don't know if this was really written by a fifteen year old girl, but even if it's fiction I'm glad that she didn't commit suicide. That's probably the worst mistake you could make.

Israel Drazin reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 A nice short description of a house in haunting language 
This is a nice short description of a house depicted in haunting language such as the following portrayal of a doll in a music box. "The tiny ballerina teetering on one skinny leg, her legs forming the shape of a four, spins round and round, round and round. Her scrawny arms stretched high above her head, criss-crossing awkwardly. Her plastic blonde hair tied in a bun behind her head. Her green eyes are too big for her face, and her lips scarlet red."

SaltKeeper reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Powerful Insight 
I liked this "very" short story. It was easy to feel the depth of the pain this young woman felt. However I was left wondering about the end. It didn't answer all of questions that had come to my mind as I read, perhaps that is what the author wanted. Having said that, I now have a powerful understanding of the confusion and pain our young people, today, are living with. May God reach out and help those who are living in this mental anguish.

akornroach reviewed All Over Again

 Mostly good
For starters, All Over Again is a short story not a novel. To story takes place over the course of one day in which Elizabeth and Devlin spend together. He is her soul mate but as the day drags on she learns that she is not still whom she thinks she is and that Devlin has been dead for 700 years. She is left having to choose if she wants to stay with Devlin or return to her new current life to be with Jared.
If 3 ½ stars were an option that is what I would have given this story. It was well written and managed to make the character appear real unlike so many short stories. The story pulls you in from the start. But there are down sides also.... The worst part for me is that I do not get the ending. I do not think there is enough explanation as to what happened. I won't say more because I don't want to give too much away.

For What It's Worth... reviewed Would You Remember ME

 Wow! 
What a touching story. I do hope that someone will take this message to heart. As the author says, "It's always darkest before dawn." Others do need to consider that what may seem trivial to you, can be devastating to another. Don't trivialize another's feelings. They are real.

S. Warfield reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 A very strange story 
Even though this is flash fiction, I expected the story to be better. The beginning starts out "in a dark, dark house, there is a dark, dark..." and it continues with the dark, darks for quite a while. I thought that was very much overdone and it sounded like a children's story at first.
The middle of the story is better, making more sense, and has some fairly good descriptions of what is in different areas of this house as the narrator describes them. However, the entire story is very dark, or maybe I should say it's a dark, dark story for sure.
The ending is quite surprising and I'm not really sure what it means in relation to the rest of the story. I think if this was reworked it could be a much better story.

Avid Reader reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Poor preview 
The name on the book was fairly interesting so I thought I'd take a look inside to see what it was about. Imagine my surprise to find that the preview was a single page with just the title of the book and nothing else!
I would expect any author who was proud of his/her work to provide at least the first page or so as a preview, or even a taster of one of the more interesting excerpts of the book so as to engage the interest of a prospective reader/customer.
This product, however, has none of these features and additionally even the cover looks unprofessional. Therefore, based on such a pathetically poor preview and cover, I guess there's not much point to downloading the book since the book is likely to be as poor as its preview.

ĴĴ reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Bad, bad beginning; good, good middle; bad, bad ending 
Although I do think that this story could have been really good, I'm afraid it fell just a little too short for me. Like another reviewer said, the words "dark, dark" are used overwhelmingly in the first part of this story (which is basically a paragraph since the story is so short). It was as if the dark, dark author was using a dark, dark adjective everywhere she could in every dark, dark sentence. By the time that paragraph was done, everything was running together. My head was reeling a bit, too. However, once we get into the middle of the story, the author really takes off, describing everything in excellent detail. It was as if she was having to describe a page from an "I Spy" book, and she most certainly did a good job of giving us readers a mental picture of his house. Unfortunately, the ending, once again, disappointed. I really thought the author had such a good ball rolling before simply dropping it. What was the ending supposed to convey to the reader? I have several ideas, but it would have been nice for the author to lengthen it out just a little bit more and create a truly superb story. As this story is right now, though, it's very short but doesn't seem to have a purpose. It doesn't engulf the reader in a full plot or idea, and some of the writing at the beginning is definitely distracting. If you want to read it, it will only take up about two minutes of your time, but I'd still recommend skipping it and searching for a better flash fiction story.

Beth Kristen Nehme reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Reminds me of a bad joke 
I found this short short story a little off-putting. The beginning was kind of comic, like a children's book, with the repetion of 'dark dark' over and over again. That made the ending a rather abrupt shock that I didn't like. Other than this, there was no plot and no character development - so the whole point was to draw me in to give that shock, and I didn't enjoy it.

Mark Venturini reviewed When we Love

 I loved the voice 
I found the voice compelling. It felt as though Chrissie was talking to me personally. The compelling voice was a double-edged sword for me, though. Chrissie came across as your typical teenager in the way she thought, her actions, her descriptions. But she is not typical. She is intellectually gifted and some things just came across as awkward to me, somewhat unrealistic for someone intellectually gifted. For example, "I have always had a proud facade, and I have a good posture, so if you had to put a rich girl next to me, both of us wearing our uniforms, you would be hard pressed to decide whom the poor one was."
I think the story has a lot of potential. So, I'm torn . . . is this truly Chrissie's voice coming through or is this a manuscript in need of some polish? I really want to see this story do well.

J. Allen reviewed My Recycled Soul

 Interesting
This book definitely kept me captivated. I kept wondering exactly what was going to happen next. I will be honest and say, it felt somewhat rushed at times. I thought it could go a little deeper. I am 24 and still watch teen tv shows, I find it interesting to get into the mind of the teenager today. I thought Elizabeth could be a little harsh at times, but I do remember being young and easily angry at my parents, friends, etc.
I didn't immediately feel the connection between Elizabeth and Jared, but I definitely had the feeling that they were the main thread of the book. Joshua slipping in was some of my favorite parts of the book. I felt that he helped Elizabeth grow up some, and become her own self. The past-life aspect was a good addition. I actuallly read a book about past-lives when I was about 14, and still believe somewhat.
I don't want to give too much away! It was worth the read. I will be sending it to my 13 year-old neice soon!
(This was my first review, I hope it was okay! I wanted to review it for the author and possible readers, since there were only 2 so far!)
Update: My neice read the book and enjoyed it.

Leslie A. Kennedy reviewed My Recycled Soul

 A definite must read!!! 
I was reluctant to buy this book since only 1 person had reviewed it, but I must say it was well worth it!

Kellie Steele reviewed My Life Hereafter

 Beautiful story
What can I say about my life hereafter is a beautiful story from start to finish. Lynette pulled me into her world and I felt as if I was with Sunel the entire way through. I imagine laughed, and cried and truly enjoyed reading it. A recommendation from me.

kelly duggan reviewed My Life Hereafter

 Praise for the author. 
I've recently started to read more YA books and am so glad I have as I might've missed this unique perspective of the afterlife. Sunel, the main character made an awful mistake and now, along with her friends has to face the consequences. I thoroughly enjoyed this unusual take on the 'hereafter', I liked the idea of the academy and the journey we were taken on.
Praise for the author.

Amazon Customer reviewed Dream Walker (The OtherWorld Book 4)

 Zara comes to the forefront in this book and, ... 
Zara comes to the forefront in this book and, as the reader, you get to experience her powers with her. You continue to get the feeling that there's something bigger going on here, and the tension ramps up when the girls go to find their sister.

Amazon Customer reviewed When Time Stood Still (The OtherWorld Book 3)

 It's easy to get sucked into their world and I'm keen ... 
The characters start coming together in this instalment, and you really get to see the relationships develop. It's easy to get sucked into their world and I'm keen to find out how this pans out.

Amazon Customer reviewed The Wishing Well (The OtherWorld Book 2)

 The Wishing Well The second in what is to be ... 
The Wishing Well
The second in what is to be a lengthily series, this short story continues to cloak the reader in mystery and magic as the four women learn of their powers. This story follows this life changing discovery, and elaborates on questions left unanswered in The Book of Eudemon. A pleasant read that allows you to escape the mundane.

Amazon Customer reviewed The Book of Eudemon (The OtherWorld 1)

 The Book of Eudemon 
The Book of Eudemon
The idea of four powerful women at the helm of The OtherWorld was something that was sure to pique my interest, and I wasn't disappointed. With relatable characters and an empowering message, An intriguing and mysterious start to what is sure to be a fantastical series.

Meandthemutts reviewed Once Upon A Time (The OtherWorld Book 5)

 Another great story, giving some backstory to Jenny and 
This author knows just how to pull the reader in and leave them hanging, wanting more. Another great story, giving some backstory to Jenny and ... surprisingly, Sebastian. Most intriguing and suspenseful.
Thankfully, there is much more to come. Great series and nicely broken down into easy-to-read chunks. A verified purchase from Amazon ES (Compra verificada)

Meandthemutts reviewed Dream Walker (The OtherWorld Book 4)

 Tension mounts in Strangely
It's Zara's turn to discover her powers in this instalment. While she appears to be daydreaming, she receives a message that may help the girls find their missing friend.
The Changeless, who manage Strangely and its citizens are concerned. And so they should be, when Emily stops time and the girls head off to find Abby ...
This story had a slower star than the others in the series, as we learn more about Gorgon and The Changeless, but the pace picked up at the end along with the tension. This was a verified purchase on Amazon ES (Compra verificada)

Meandthemutts reviewed When Time Stood Still (The OtherWorld Book 3)

 The pace quickens ... 
Whilst Jenny has discovered her new power of premonition, the other girls are still left wondering. Not that Zara is taking it too seriously, preferring to celebrate rather than stayed cooped up in the crooked house like Emily.
But it seems as though Evil—in the form of Gorgon—may already be one step ahead. One of their group is missing, and fears rise that she is in more danger than they could ever have anticipated.

Meandthemutts reviewed The Wishing Well (The OtherWorld Book 2)

 Fun, well-paced and sublimely told.
Adjusting to the knowledge gained from the Book of Eudemon affects the girls differently. For Jenny - the focus of this story - learning of her new-found power and its potential effect is a rewarding experience, although controlling it is another matter. Her optimistic outlook allows her to offer comfort to a worried Emily, concerned about the changes they now face. Another fun read, well-paced and leaving the reader wanting more. This was averified purchase on Amazon ES (Compra verificada)

Meandthemutts reviewed The Book of Eudemon (The OtherWorld 1)

 A great start to the series 
Finding the hidden Book of Eudemon proves to be more than a simple discovery for the 4 girls living in the crooked little house in strangely - as the revelations within it are set to impact their lives forevermore. Things in Strangely have just got stranger still. This was an unusual opening book in the series, very unique and intriguing. A fast-paced read as the girls are thrown headfirst into danger, which hooks the reader in anticipation of the next in the series. This was a verified purchase on Amazon ES (Compra verificada)

j harvey reviewed My Life Hereafter

 Life on the other side 
What an exceptional view of the other side, very enjoyable and unique with strong emotional ties to family and friends.
I relate to the man on the shoulder as i had an imaginary friend as a child,
As always this author delivers a story that holds you to the end and due to my own beliefs of the after life i found this enthralling and very believable.

Deirdre reviewed The Vampire Pirate's Daughter

 Five Stars 
Love this book, will there be more of Susanna and William??

j harvey reviewed When Time Stood Still (The OtherWorld Book 3)

 The plot thickens 
This tale of super powers in the other world continues with just the right amount of suspension to keep you following. Can they rescued Abby from new York? What is next in this intriguing tale.
 Piqued my curiosity 
Interesting take with the addition of a power! What powers will the others have? I will definitely read the next instalment to see

j harvey reviewed Forever Young

 Nice first story of this series 
Really enjoyed this, seeing Jacob learn about emotions especially love, seeing Amy open up to him in this sweet story. I found it interesting that he was from a different planet which bans any form of love. The end left me gasping as I wanted to know what happened next, a really nice relaxing read

j harvey reviewed All Over Again

 Heartbreak/beautiful
This is a love story with a tragic twist, do we love the same soul throughout the centuries? Can we love another in a different life? Heartbreaking yet beautiful another good short story by this author

j harvey reviewed Only In My Memories
 Beautiful
What an enchanting read I'm not going to give anything away but this bought a warm sad glow to my heart

j harvey reviewed The Book of Eudemon (The OtherWorld 1)
 Strange beginnings
An unusual read with an interesting concept, four girl, forces of nature a strange mix, written well as always by this author who never disappoints, look forward to seeing more on this story line

j harvey reviewed The Shape of My Soul

 Unusual romance
What a lovely story of a young woman who has to make a huge choice that will affect her whole life as much as it will affect her protector.
A great write from a great author, this book will fill you with delighted surprise and leave you with a warm glow

MM reviewed Guardian Angel
 Love with a twist of Angel
This is not the sort of book I would normally read but when you need to find new things for the kids to read you have to try things! The story is generally well crafted with a guardian angel falling for a girl dying of cancer he should have taken across to the other side. It's a basic love story with a twist and it's this fantasy twist which keeps you reading. I found the last section a little disjointed from the whole but it's a good YA Book and I enjoyed it.

J Tommo reviewed My Life Hereafter

 A great read 
Attempting to thrash out the concept of the “Hereafter” whilst making it an entertaining tale must be a fair challenge. One the author takes on to produce a most compelling read.
From the first chapter I was somehow invested in the story, and although there were a few jolts, and despite my few sympathies for Sunel (the lead character), Ferreira painted a world of shifting fantasy that at times made me wonder whether I was truly reading a paranormal novel, or one of magic and adventure.
All in all, a great read with a sub textual message that the readers will have to interoperate themselves.

j harvey reviewed ForNever (Book One)

 loverly read
A loverly story of cursed love, I was happy to read that this was about witches rather than the usual vampires so it was a refreshing change, the twists and turns keep you guessing who Heather will finely choose and the two young men have the reader hoping that she gets it right
This story is well written and keeps the reader entertained and shows that although love may not last forever with some it can with others if you are lucky to find the right one. Looking forward to the sequel

101LostSouls reviewed Layered

 A Book worth reading 
I cannot believe this book had me crying as much as it did. I felt Caitlyn and Hannah’s emotions through the words on the pages and those words touched me deeply. This book is a story of two girls, but not just about them. It is about every one who came into their lives as well. Layered moved me, changed me and opened up a world I had not previously read a lot about. It made me realise how sacred and precious family and friends are, and how we treat people and assume things we know about them. And most of all, just how unpredictable life can truly be, how we have the power to help people who were like Shayne, if we just opened our eyes more to the possibilities of knowing not everyone is doing okay all the time.

Julie Elizabeth Powell reviewed ForNever (Book One)

 Good 
I was given this book for review and although romances are not my preferred genre, it was well written with a nice touch of difference. I like the idea of the witch's curse and the possibility of reincarnation.
I don't give spoilers, so it is difficult to say too much except that for lovers of romance, it is a good read.

Julie Elizabeth Powell reviewed Guardian Angel

 A good and thought-provoking read. 
I was sent this book for review and found it to be an excellent read.
Yes, it was a love story, but with a difference and (apart from typos/errors) it was very well written. I liked the characters who were realistic and believable, despite the fantasy element, being that the very real thoughts and feelings involved were very well done...I especially liked seeing into the 'feelings' of angels.
It was a well thought out book, and maybe for a younger audience, however, I think that the fantasy would appeal to anyone who are intrigued by the concept of Heaven and what may happen to souls - and the idea of where they may go and how.
Themes of love, redemption, punishment, loyalty and, most importantly, death, are steeped in this story.
When is it our time to die? And is there someone to help at that time? And, what if love..? How can I say anything more without giving spoilers?
Enjoyable.

she wolf reviewed Viral

 book 
not what i was expecting but a really good book i really enjoyed

Emma reviewed Viral

 Great 
It was amazing I really do suggest it to lots of people it's a good book and the ending is great

Julie Elizabeth Powell reviewed The Dark, Dark House: A Collection of Flash Fiction

 Atmospheric 
I was given this book for review and found that although it was short it has a powerful message. I liked the 'dark, dark' and understand the reasons behind it. It also enjoyed the writing style which flowed and unfolded the idea well - the ending jolted the senses - like any good story.
I don't give spoilers but will say that this is a thoughtful and thought provoking tale.

The writer reviewed When we Love

 Romance Like Never Before.................................... 
Well what do you know, its another contemporary romance novel. Is it yor typical blonde-blue-eyed beauty? No! Or is it a tall, dark, brooding ,intense but amazingly gorgeous guy? Maybe. If you read this book be prepared to be swept into the story. Might not be the usual love birds but its worth being read. This book focuses on iterracial romance. The issues surrounding white and black couples. If looking for something sweet, then this is your book. I wont spoil anything for you but , I can relate to this ; I'm sure many others can too if ytou have had similar problems. Enjoyyyy!!!!!!




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