Recent Reviews for Elizabeth Parker
Phobia (Book) - 9/29/2012 3:32:05 AM|
Elizabeth Parker scares the crap out of me. I loved it! I can't wait to read the rest of her chilling tales. Phobia is so well-written and thoroughly researched, I felt as if I was reading the diary of a scared man.
Getting Pernickety In My Old Age! (Book) - 8/27/2011 7:45:41 AM
Congratulations, Elizabeth! Love and best wishes,
Getting Pernickety In My Old Age! (Book) - 8/26/2011 10:57:26 AM
Well, no matter the cover, like I said last time: Good luck, Liz
Phobia (Book) - 12/24/2010 7:09:27 AM
My Review of Elizabeth Parker’s “Phobia”.
I’m actually a pretty simplistic kind of a guy and in order for me to enjoy a book I must be able to get into the story rather quickly. Also, I must become involved with the characters, be they good or bad characters.
I had absolutely no problem becoming involved within Elizabeth Parker's story nor did I have a problem meeting and emphasizing with “Phobia’s” main character, Matt Brewer.
A seventh grade public school science teacher, we very quickly learn of Matt’s phobia, or actually his two phobias: Claustrophobia – the intense fear of being confined in small places and Nyctophobia – fear of the dark, along with the childhood prank that caused Matt Brewer’s life-long phobias.
Along the way we meet the love of Matt’s life that holds a very dark, deadly secret herself.
Once convinced that he is in need of therapy, we are introduced to some interesting, truly sympathetic characters each with their own brand of phobia along with the reasons for their phobias.
Midway through the story takes a “James Patterson” type of twist that left me reading and turning pages as fast as I could.
In my opinion “Phobia” is an exciting, extremely well researched, interesting and enjoyable novel and do reccomend it to our fellow Authors Den authors.
Final Journey (Book) - 12/7/2010 7:15:25 AM
Congratulations, Elizabeth, I hope that this book will be a great success. I've been wondering where you were the last week or so.
I will be ordering this and the original "Buddy" Right now I'm looking at Kody who is laying on my bed looking at me with those big, soulful, "Caviler" eyes because his water is out of reach and he hasn't been fed because he's going to the Vet this morning for his quarterly checkup and to have his teeth cleaned along with the pulling of a broken tooth.
I hope that all is well with you and your family.
Phobia (Book) - 10/10/2010 10:05:56 PM
Congratulations on your book, Elizabeth. Love and peace and continued success to you,
How Unwanted Dreams Came About (Short Story) - 2/12/2011 6:55:40 PM
Congratulations, Elizabeth. I used to have nightmares as a child but seldom do anymore. However, I do have great dreams and they are often the source of inspiration. Thanks for sharing. Love, continued success, and best wishes to you,
How Unwanted Dreams Came About (Short Story) - 9/11/2010 12:21:35 PM
I do believe you, Elizabeth, but it's rather amazing that you are able to remember nightmares. Occassionaly I'll remember one, well, it's not usually exactly a nightmare as, when I have those kinds of dreams there will be a residual effect and I will awake wishing I had a (willing) lady with me; you know what I mean. But I can see how one's nightmares, if remembered might make a very good novel and I do wish you the very best of luck.