A Not So Hollow Heart

A Not So Hollow Heart Mason s facing than one apocalypse The darkest hours are those spent alone when memories surface and the touch of his lost love can make the most erotic of dreams horrifying He d rather face danger th

  • Title: A Not So Hollow Heart
  • Author: Sharon Maria Bidwell
  • ISBN: 9781623005030
  • Page: 210
  • Format: ebook
  • Mason s facing than one apocalypse The darkest hours are those spent alone when memories surface and the touch of his lost love can make the most erotic of dreams horrifying He d rather face danger than recollect how he loved Antonio, and what he was prepared to give up for him He s never going to fall in love again That vow wavers when he rescues Kyle, although heMason s facing than one apocalypse The darkest hours are those spent alone when memories surface and the touch of his lost love can make the most erotic of dreams horrifying He d rather face danger than recollect how he loved Antonio, and what he was prepared to give up for him He s never going to fall in love again That vow wavers when he rescues Kyle, although he s certain luck had to do with saving Kyle than anything he did Now Mason fears something than the walking dead He s afraid giving in to lust may lead to love, if the walking dead and homophobic hatred don t murder them first.

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    About “Sharon Maria Bidwell

    • Sharon Maria Bidwell

      Sharon was born in London on New Year s Eve She has always followed many creative pursuits Eventually, her love of books and a wild imagination compelled her to focus on writing The first short story she submitted Silver Apples of the Moon was accepted by Roadworks Magazine The editor announced her as a writer who is going places and described the story as having both a Sci fi and horror element, and being strong on characterisation, and quite literary, in terms of style Subsequently, she was approached to write all reports and publicity material, including a piece for translation into Braille for The Really Wild Nursery and Arthritis Care Breaking Down the Barriers garden project, which took place at the Malvern Spring Show.Since then, her work has appeared steadily in both print and electronic publications, such as Midnight Street, Aoife s Kiss Sam s Dot Publishing , Night To Dawn, and Radgepacket Byker Books Her short story Bitter and Intoxicating was snapped up for inclusion in the anthology Red Velvet and Absinthe This compilation, edited by Mitzi Szereto with a foreword by Kelly Armstrong, was designed to evoke the romantic ethos of classic Gothic fiction with a serving of eroticism With a repertoire of twisted tales and a love of cross genre writing, it surprised everyone including herself when she branched out into erotic romance These works have been critically acclaimed and often described as deeply passionate.She was propelled into the Steampunk universe of Space, 1899 and beyond, winning approval of series creator and award winning game designer, Frank Chadwick, with three books, one of which was co authored with editor and writer Andy Frankham Allen, and subsequently led to her writing for the Lethbridge Stewart series The Wishing Bazaar is her first piece of Doctor Who related fiction.Sharon s worlds are vivid, unexpected and sometimes intensely magical Sharon writes whatever her warped mind can come up with and is quite capable of writing something darker, grittier, and even outright twisted Her love for all things Myth and Legend led her to write under than one name and, for her Dark Fiction, to create Sharon Kernow.During her writing career she s lived in a house with a Harry Potter cupboard under the stairs, shared a publisher with the creator of Roger Rabbit, and has taken a trip to Jupiter Only one of these has been in her imagination.Visit this diverse writer s site at sharonbidwell



    247 thoughts on “A Not So Hollow Heart

    • 3.5 starsI enjoyed seeing the world through Mason's eyes. More so for the feelings and view of the world he had.(view spoiler)[I silently cheered for him and Kyle to grab any chance at happiness and was glad when Mason also came to realise this (albeit somewhat slower than Kyle did; however in Mason's defense, he also never had to go through the torture Kyle did to learn to appreciate things in life).I could really get into Mason's head and heart and understand feel his emotions and why he chose [...]


    • Thhhhssssk. <-- That’s supposed to be a long sucky in breath in case you were wondering. And if this was a car I’d be kicking the tire and scratching my chin over the state of things.Yeah, uhm I’m just going to get it over with…This wasn’t great.The world building was scant even for the limited page count. This is set in a post-apocalyptic England but other than the survivors inhabiting a Trust Estate, there was nothing here that even sniffed of a Briticism; not an accent or a place [...]


    • 3.5 stars rounded up.Interesting romance set in a zombie apocalypse. I really liked the character of Mason but felt like I hardly knew Kyle and that much of his growth/healing was done off page or told to us as something he needs to sort through in the future. The scenes where Mason struggles with his grief were touching and there was plenty of action/excitement packed into a few pages. I also liked the dynamics between the people Mason has settled amongst and the way in which some of them gradu [...]


    • I love Zombie stories, but I'm afraid this isn't one of my favorites.It felt incomplete, rushed, and when the story starting to get better, it ended.A real shame that it was too short to reached the full potential. I hope there is a sequel, I would love to read it for sure.


    • I normally really enjoy zombie apocalyptic books, but this one just didn't do it for me. The story felt too short, like it was cut off just as it was starting to get interesting. The characters lacked real depth and emotion, giving this book an almost cold feel to it. Kyle especially remained somewhat of a mystery. Since the story was told from Mason's POV, much was left unknown about Kyle's past, and only glimpses of his personality were revealed throughout the story's progression. I wanted to [...]


    • I wanted to like this one a lot more than I actually did. I had some problems with the character building and scant world building, surprisingly too much sex and not enough plot. I felt the entire story was crammed into a short novella when it needed more breadth to make it work. The outline of a decent to good book is there but I felt mostly disappointed with the outcome. Mason lost his lover during the zombie apocalypse and he’s vowed never to love again in this crazy world. Losing someone i [...]


    • Just because the world is overrun with flesh eating zombies that can infect you with a bite, doesn’t mean you can’t find love in the middle of all the madness and mayhem!Mason along with a small group of survivors have found a safe place to call home, protecting themselves from the zombie hordes that have infested the planet and infected the majority of the populous. Mason is a loner though, he’s a key member of the group and definitely pulls his own weight. But the loss of his lover when [...]




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