You know when you just write or say something so awesome, you have to share? Well… Here it is!
I AM the drop in the bucket.
Please note my message icon. My face is forever posted like that on and off the screen. It suits me.
First, here is my boring, though professional bio.
[quote][i][i]Angela B. Chrysler is a writer, logician, philosopher, and die-hard nerd who studies theology, historical linguistics, music composition, and medieval European history in New York with a dry sense of humor and an unusual sense of sarcasm. Growing up without books, Ms. Chrysler spent her early life reading the encyclopedia for fun. By mid-teens, she gained access to her school library, and began working her way through the Great Books. She spent many an afternoon in an old opera house turned library in the town where she grew up. There, she found her passion for reading and writing through the words of Hugo, Shakespeare, Tennyson, and Poe. She lives in a garden with her family and cats.[/i][/i][/quote]
More on me here [url]https://angelabchrysler.com/about-2/[/url]
And now here is me! The real me.
I was led to this author utopia by BR Kingsolver. I live on social media and you can find me everywhere most of the time. Even when I should be writing ::) I have two books published through KDP, Smashwords, and Createspace 🙂 These books are MINE! ALL MINE BWAHAHAHAAAA!!! They are my brain babies converted into words to start a cult and corrupt people all so we can take over the world! Not really, but the moment carried me away. Maniacal laughter does that to me.
I love adverbs, prepositions, and splitting my infinitives. I also write “can not” and never “cannot” because it’s just wrong smashing a verb and an adverb together to make a verby adverb.
[i]Dolor and Shadow [/i](Dark/High Fantasy) and [i]Broken [/i](Psychological Mind Warp, which doubles as a memoir) are my current published works with an anthology due to release on the 11th… in five days.
I also built Brain to Books, which I have shaped into the “Online Beginner’s Manual For Publication.” More info on that here [url]https://www.facebook.com/braintobook[/url]
I am a social bee and love love love conversing with people! I especially welcome a warm disposition and positive attitude 🙂 I am also open to accepting emails all the time.
May the kindest of words always find you.
Angela B. Chrysler
Am I allowed to insert links? I’m not sure if I’m allowed to insert links. I think I am because they’re offered in the tool bar menu.
THAT’S RIGHT! You can not trade currency for Books! Oh, happy day!
Currency: You get 520 pages filled with awesome elfin adventures of epic proportions about Kallan, the elf queen and flame-throwing witch, who has to team up with the elf King, Rune, who she is convinced killed her father. They fight, bicker, and battle their way across Ancient Norway and do their best not to kill each other while a bunch of Celtic gods try to kill them. They are also chased by the Dwarves (Dvergar) and the Norse Kings who are determined to steal Kallan’s power that is so secret not even she knows she has it.
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I am not a fantasy fan. Hated the ending. Why did I read it? Couldn’t put it down.
This is the kind of epic story that “Lord of the Rings” wanted to be, but with the balance between plot and background balanced just right.
ALL this for a measly $3.99.
Currency: You get 312 pages of an insanely twisted story about Elizabeth who reviews her horrific past with a journalist in training. What enfolds within these pages are hair-raising horrors that send Elizabeth (and the author) into the twisted maze that is the mind. The more Elizabeth recounts, the more readers see just how broken she is as she jumps between her four worlds, the interview, and converses with her ID. She argues with her imaginary guardian and calls out to an imaginary friend and lover while recalling the rapes, animal abuse, torture, and pedophilia she lived through. As she tells her story, she toggles the lines of insanity and takes the readers with her.
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Broken is raw. Chrysler has done the unthinkable, demonstrating the uncanny ability to capture what most would have no concept of understanding. This story has the complexity of The Prince of Tides by Pat Conroy but written with the flow of Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson.
This can be yours for a measly $2.99 on Kindle.