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.
Week 21 - Flash Blog 21
May 25, 2017
Returning to consistent writing when life continues to be crazy is not easy. In fact, I’ve had to reread several back chapters of my psychological suspense manuscr...
June for Environment and Refugees
In the month of June, World Environment Day is promoted on the 5th and Refugee Day on the 20th.
The Sushan Citadel is a fitting read this month because it transports ...
Week 17 - Flash Blog 17
April 27, 2017
With the sadness of Juno's passing lingering over our days, I've left the final chapters and returned to editing the beginning. There's a weariness that clings when ...
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.