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Mercedes Prunty is a wife, a mother to two beautiful girls and an author of two post apocalyptic zombie come creature novels called 'Alone and Lone' and she will soon be writing the third and final instalment to this series. She has also penned another novel called 'The keeper of the key', which she plans to re-release within the next year as a second edition. She is an Indie Author and loves writing stories, poetry and drawing. She is a secretary at her local writers group and spends her free time going to her children's school to help teach the children to read.
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17 November 2017
Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase
I'm a sucker for zombie fiction and I enjoyed this book. The story has a good plot and flows very well. However, I do have some constructive criticism and I'm going to be kind as the author is young and has a lot of potential as a writer. I am not being unkind in any way, merely trying to give some helpful advice but I'm no expert. There are a lot of mistakes in spelling and grammar. I would advise the author to get at least two people to proof read a book before it is published. The words "wonder" and "wondered" are used a lot, when what is actually meant is "wander" and "wandered". The author may also want to look at the correct use of words like there, their and they're. Also, were, where and we're. Finally, the word "seen" is used a lot, when "seeing" should be used, like in the sentence, "seen as I done it", it would be better to write "seeing as I did it" or "seeing as I had done it". All the best. I look forward to reading more of your books in the future.