I'm a storyteller who prefers fiction to non-fiction because of the satisfaction derived in merging truth with invention. As a multi-genre author, weaving contemporary issues (social justice, ecology, human foibles) into my novels, I like a story - be it speculative...CLICK HERE
LIVING IN THE EYE: Life with Autism
Inside the eye of autism, I can never turn my brain off from colours, sounds, and a constant storm of thoughts and emotions difficult to express...READ MORE
With Hallowmas approaching, Azur Moonstorey and her companions exit Prosper Library onto a railway platform where a Victorian-era steam engine snorts and hisses on a track...READ MORE
After her harrowing rescue from the Faefumes, Hilma Moonstorey is nursed back to health by her grandmother. READ MORE
I’m a storyteller who prefers fiction to non-fiction because I enjoy merging truth with invention, and weaving contemporary issues into my novels. I like a story – be it speculative, literary, mystery or fantasy – to be authentic, to provide adventure, and to end on a note of hope.
I’m migrating from a monthly Flash Blog to a mid-month general blog. Do I hear a collective sigh of relief from my readers? Yes, being a journal of writing progress, or lack thereof, the Flash Blogs were becomi...
Half way through summer holiday months, I have another suggestion for your reading list along with three great reviews.
Hallowmas I: The Bells of Prosper Station offers historical fiction (with a fantasy...
Pearson-Vasey informs the reader how these conditions compare and contrast while entertaining the reader.
Laura Gabovic ☆☆☆☆☆ 4 out of 5 stars.
Haunting, sad and beautiful - a lovely read, full of poetry. Gloria excels herself in this charming novel. It is a delight on the senses and one to cherish!
Gloria Pearson-Vasey combines a work of fiction complete with mystery and intrigue with a poignant look into the life of an autistic child and his family. The novel cleverly links the generations at Stone Gate into a novel that keeps you wondering and reading.