Review of Mirage by Clemy Warner-Thompson

The Mirage Cover

The Mirage

by Clemy Warner-Thompson


Abbii can’t remember a time when Shadows weren’t chasing her.

Everywhere she goes they are there, hunting her down.

Since discovering the magical powers in her grasp, she has fought against members of the Forgotten- those pulled into Darkness willingly- and her friends have fallen into danger. Innocent people have lost their lives and the Shadows have spread. Abbii’s friends have fought to remain by her side, but something inside of her has changed.

She is filled with regret and pain of losing her best friend Jake, though she keeps it hidden well- not even Nate can see the damage. Her lack of emotion pushes him to leave and he is thrown into his own spiralling destiny. Continue reading


Awakening 7

Janoor and Gregov stumble as the Ice Palace begins to shake. A wry smile comes across the face of the king.

“What are you smiling at?” Gregov shouts as he parries the king’s slashing strike.

“You have summoned your dragons,” Janoor says as he knocks the battle axe out of Gregov’s hand.

“What is it you want?” Gregov says as he has a sword pointed at his neck.

“Not much.” the king wryly says to Gregov. “Just your undying loyalty to me and my kingdom.”

“For what reason?” Rionel blurts out. “You’ve been a cruel vindictive king. You even locked up your own daughter.”

“Really?” a voice from the shadows says. “I thought you knew me better than that, Ri.”

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Resurrection 6

Radius Holographic Training Room…

Tech Radius prepares for a training session to check his abilities. He looks up towards the booth high above him. A voice comes through the speaker.


Tech salutes the booth to signify that he is ready to begin.

Cardinale initiates the sequence to begin the training program. In the training chamber it begins to turn into the back alleys of Master City. Tech removes his ion blades from his back.

The Gundark M7 training cyberbots begins to position themselves around the higher points of the alleys to gain an advantage.

“Let’s see how he does.”
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Why Write?

There could be many reasons that an author writes. But a lot of it all comes down to one reason, there is a passion to write.

Inspirations come from all over. Being a fan of certain writers can help give you that particular want to write. People you know can, also, inspire and encourage you to follow your dreams in being an author.

Sometimes writing can be used as a means to cope with an extremely horrible situation or even to rid yourself of nightmares that are haunting you.

Maybe you want to be the next Stephen King, the next Michael Crichton, the next JK Rowling, who knows. If your inspiration is to be a great author, then I suggest you write what you want to write not what you think you should write.

Whatever your reason to write, have fun with your craft. Having fun writing your novels will ultimately show in the final product because you’ll put your best effort into it.