Frances Carden

About Frances

Frances is the author of the horror novella The Mine. She has also been published in Abundant Grace; Magical: An Anthology of Fantasy, Fairy Tales, and other Magical Fiction for Adults; Answers I’ll Accept: True Accounts of Online Dating; 20 Something Magazine; and Wisteria Magazine. She wrote for Epinions.com for eight years. Frances is currently working on a dark fantasy/horror novel called Plague Town.

Frances has a Masters in Fiction Writing from Johns Hopkins  and works as a technical writer during the day, where she attempts to make software exciting.

Frances’ Reviews

Chef Maurice and the Bunny-Boiler Bake Off

Chef Maurice and the Bunny-Boiler Bake Off

Deadly Secrets are Stewing in Beakley Author: J.A. Lang The birds are chirping, the sun is shining, Hamilton the micro-pig ...
Eye of the Needle

Eye of the Needle

A Tense World War II Thriller Filled with Spies and Tactics Author: Ken Follett A tense thriller, Eye of the Needle is ...
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

And Now For Something Completely Different Author: Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith “It is a truth universally acknowledged that a ...
Spirituality and the Gentle Life

Spirituality and the Gentle Life

Be Gentle With Yourself . . . And Then What??? Author: Van Kaam Encountering Spirituality and the Gentle Life in a massive ...
Warden, The

Warden, The

All the Grey Spaces in Life Between Right and Wrong Author: Anthony Trollope In the small, English church village of ...
Brutal Telling, The

Brutal Telling, The

"Chaos is coming, old son." Author: Louise Penny In the depths of the Canadian woods, near the quaint and quirky ...
Fates and Furies

Fates and Furies

“History is a set of lies agreed upon.” (above quote from Napoleon because I, too, can be a smarty-pants) Author: ...
Anne of Avonlea

Anne of Avonlea

Anne of Green Gables Second Set of Adventures Author: L.M. Montgomery Returning to the magic realm of Green Gables and ...
Shack, The

Shack, The

The Shack: Profound Spiritual Fiction Author: WM. Paul Young Seeing The Shack for sale in a cozy independent bookstore in Chattanooga brought ...
Strip Tease

Strip Tease

A Happy/Sad Book – Beautiful, Sordid, and Ultimately Hilarious Author: Carl Hiaasen Jumbled between the sleaze of lust-filled nightlife, the ...
Yoga All-In-One for Dummies

Yoga All-In-One for Dummies

An Essential Beginner's Guide to All Things Yoga Author(s): Larry Paynem Georg Feuerstein, Sherri Baptiste, Doug Swenson, Stephan Bodian, LaReine ...
Magician's Lie, The

Magician’s Lie, The

Scheherazade with Magic and Bondage Author: Greer Macallister Ada Bates was born to a transient life with a fickle, love ...
Dead Wake (Frances)

Dead Wake (Frances)

A Real Narrative of the Lost Titanic of History Author: Erik Larson Erik Larson is somewhere between a historian and ...
On the Banks of Plum Creek

On the Banks of Plum Creek

 My Personal Favorite Little House Story Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder Back on my nostalgic, re-living the golden moments of my ...
Nemesis

Nemesis

Miss Marple's Final Adventure Plus Some Beyond-The-Grave Clues Author: Agatha Christie Miss Marple is back to solve one final mystery, ...
Japanese Lover, The

Japanese Lover, The

Stoic Self-Absorption and a Why a Book Obsessed with Issues has No Meaning Author: Isabel Allende When I learned of ...
Pilgrim's Progess, The

Pilgrim’s Progess, The

An Epic Christian Journey  Author: John Bunyan Tirelessly journeying through my one woman quest to read the classics (aka, a ...
Framed and Burning

Framed and Burning

Some People Want to Watch the World Burn Author: Lisa Burnette The second in a groundbreaking paranormal mystery series, family ...
Fellowship of the Ring, The

Fellowship of the Ring, The

One Ring to Rule Them All: One First Encounter With Middle-Earth Author: J.R.R. Tolkien  I’ve been known to concentrate on ...
Little House on the Prairie

Little House on the Prairie

Little House on the Prairie: A Classic That Remains Cozy and Heartfelt  Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder My childhood days spent ...