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The Girl in the Converse Shoes A geek is in search of the mysterious girl that kissed him on Halloween, but his only clues are her blonde hair...and her pink Converse shoes.
A cute short story but nothing more. Needs to be longer and more details as everyone else suggests.
Love this book so good
It needed a some more detail and it was really short. It would be great if you made a lot longer and added more detail, but it does have a great idea to it.
I respect flash fiction, so it is easy to understand why the story is so short. While it used descriptive language and it is clear the author has a lot of talent, it simply fell a little short as far as the plot line went. With flash fiction, the reader wants to leave with the same wholesome, completed feeling that any good story offers - no matter the length. It’s something that comes with practice, and with the level of talent the author has exhibited thus far, I have no doubt they will manage just fine. I look forward excitedly to any works this author may have in the future!
Good but not great.
The book was good I just wish That there was more suspense put into it like who was she? And stuff like that although it was Good it needed more detail and more of a plot to work up to I would recommend it to people who want a very short read for free but if you want something long with more suspense and more of a plot to work up to then maybe this book isn’t for you.
Not as nice as u expect
This was a nice book.. hoped that it would have some suspense, some drama, but it did not so it’s not catchy at all or I don’t love it other depends on you😉
good book. to short
It was very interesting but it was very short. I felt it could’ve been better if it was longer or he met a bunch of girls and had to figure it out, it could’ve been a LOVELY story..
By judy booky
It was good
This isn’t a book........☹️
Read 5 pages - and that was the end. Couldn’t find a way to get the whole book? Did I just load a sample? Was there something I missed? If this was it- it’s horrible!
Yari Garcia Carine is volunteering at Warmth of Winter this holiday season, as she does every year. And, just like every year, Misha is there too, ready to boss her around. Carine does everything Misha says~ she obeys every command because she knows a secret that could devastate Carine's life if it ever got out.
When a handsome new guy, Flynn, volunteers at Warmth of Winter, Misha instantly demands that Carine stays away from him. Carine feels an instant attraction to Flynn, and staying away from him may be the one thing she just cannot do~ even if it means risking her secret being exposed.
Warmth of Winter is a romantic SHORT STORY. It includes the first eight chapters of Bryexe: She Lives in a Dollhouse as a free preview of Yari Garcia's first full-length novel.
Yari Garcia Violet was an ordinary sophomore, until the day she met Ian. He wasn't just the mysterious new kid. Violet knew there was more to him. Determined to find out his secrets, Violet gets involved with Ian, who says he is trying to become immortal. She joins him in his nightly rituals under the full moon, where he kisses her passionately while casting black magick, and she is hooked. When Violet spies on one of Ian's rituals, she discovers that he wants Violet to belong to him. Violet wants nothing more than to BE his. But she also has her eyes on his strange book, the Necronomicon. Now Violet's hands are not only itching to get on Ian, but also on his strange book of black magick.
Also included is a FREE preview of Bryexe: She Lives in a Dollhouse, coming Halloween 2015.
Yari Garcia Chloe is a teen and a lesbian~ and majorly crushing on a girl named Lisa. She's taking the stage tonight, armed with nothing but her microphone and her lyrics to sing what she's been wanting to confess for so long. How will Lisa react to Chloe's lyrics?
Yari Garcia Bella is the new girl in school and just wants to fit in. When a group of teens welcomes her into their group, she's relieved not to be sitting alone at lunch anymore. But these strange kids seems to have it out for each other. They throw insults, fake bugs, and gags at each other in order to torment one another. All they seem to care about is scaring each other to record a video that will make them go viral. Bella's suspicions of these teens grow~ as does her attraction for the gorgeous guy named Sey.
And it's that attraction to Sey that will get her scared to death.
Yari Garcia A writing prompt is an idea to inspire you to write. It is a starting point for those times when you are feeling stuck, when you don’t know what to write, or when you simply want something spontaneous to write about. A prompt can be anything~ it can be a painting that inspires you to write a story about it. It can be a song that you want to make into a short story. It can be random words and names that you put together to create your own tale. The possibilities are endless!
In this book, I’m going to give you 100 writing prompts to get you started. Use them when you feel the dreaded “writer’s block”, or when you want a random topic to write about. I've divided the prompts into four categories: Romance, Scary/Horror, School/Life/Self-Esteem, Family, and Fantasy/Sci-fi. Each category includes 20 prompts that you can write about.
Some of the prompts include: ~ You realize that you have the ability to make anyone fall in love with whomever you choose. This works on school mates, teachers, strangers, movie stars, pop stars, and even yourself. Who do you pair up, and why? ~ There’s a basement in your house that your parents never told you about. You go down there, and you find _____. ~ You've finally found a mix of ingredients that cures your acne. However, the ingredients are icky and gross. What are they? ~ Write a short story from the point of view of a soda can inside a vending machine. What would it feel like to be crowded in there, waiting to be picked? ~ Write about what you think your family ancestors were like. ~ ...and many more!!
Yari Garcia I love to listen to my readers when they leave me reviews, post to my Facebook Page, or send me e-mails. Because of all your wonderful feedback and requests for an all-in-one book, I've decided to make a collection of my short stories in one convenient, easy-to-navigate eBook with a clickable table of contents. In this eBook, you will find ten of my published short stories, including the most popular ones, such as Nikki and the Vampire, The Girl in the Converse Shoes, and Just Dance.
You’ll also get a FREE PREVIEW of my **very first** teen Gothic novella, Bryexe: She Lives in a Dollhouse, coming this Halloween, October 31st, 2015!
About Bryexe: She Lives in a Dollhouse:
Bryexe (pronounced Bree-Ex), is no-doubt the strangest girl in school. She’s so strange, people swear she’s out of this world. When a guy named Liam is dared to go on a date with her, he quickly accepts—not knowing he’s in for the ride of his life. Bryexe is on to him, though, and she needs him. She convinces him to help her look for “something paranormal” where she used to live with her mother—in an enchanted dollhouse. Liam falls into a world of paranormal activity, unforeseen dangers, and near-misses, all while wondering if he should allow himself to fall in love with this mysterious, otherworldly Gothic girl…
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Yari Garcia Full Novel! Yari Garcia is best known for her short stories. Bryexe: She Lives in a Dollhouse is her first full-length novel. Part romance, part adventure, Yari invites you to step inside Bryexe’s enchanted dollhouse.
Bryexe: She Lives in a Dollhouse
Bryexe and Liam have never crossed paths. Liam is the popular, quiet guy who keeps his personal life to himself. Bryexe is the weirdest girl in school. She stands out with her eccentric, gothic look, and students swear she can read minds.
When Liam approaches Bryexe, asking her out on a date because of a bet, Bryexe is pretty offended. Yet, she sees this as an opportunity. If this guy is willing to date her for a few dollars, maybe she can persuade him to help her, for the right price.
Bryexe asks this cute guy to come with her to the enchanted dollhouse, where she is searching for something. She needs Liam’s help to find it. Feeling guilty for accepting a bet he normally wouldn’t, Liam agrees.
When Liam steps into this gothic dollhouse, he is immediately plunged into a world where fantasy and reality comingle and intertwine. What starts as a trip to help Bryexe soon turns into a dangerous adventure that they barely come out of alive. Liam is frightened, yet he can’t help but want to help this odd, mysterious girl. Every day he's with her, he feels more and more attracted to her...
Bryexe and Liam must outsmart the enchanted dollhouse to break its curse, while trying to figure out how they truly feel about each other.
Yari Garcia By 2011, I had been “put through the wringer” by my alcoholism. When I was finally able to get sober, I felt like I came out of a dark tunnel after years of being lost. I was finally able to stay sober and sane. Finally, the despair, confusion, and frightening events were over!
Unfortunately, when you’re an alcoholic, nothing is ever really over. You don’t just find sobriety and then “get over it”. It’s something you have to constantly work on. In this book, I help you figure out how to work on your continuous sobriety.
Alcohol is always going to be there, readily available. We can’t escape it or hide from it. It’s sold at convenience stores, grocery stores, sporting events, concerts, and more. I even recently saw a bar at the local shopping mall, in the food court. Alcohol is always there, and it’s not going anywhere. I don’t mean to sound dramatic, but we need to coexist, or we'll cease to exist.
This book contains a few of the lessons I’ve learned in the past few years. I will be speaking about issues that I encountered, what I did to solve those issues, and what has changed since I’ve become sober for the long-term. There is also a Q&A section at the end with 20 of the questions I’m most frequently asked, and the answers I have for those questions.
I share these experiences with the hope to help others avoid some of the mistakes I made, and to support you in your long-term sobriety goals.
I wish you the best on your path to sobriety, Yari Garcia