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Coming soon release schedule:

September 30th: House, Haunted (Part 2 of the Dark Twists Trilogy); Check out Part 1 here

October 17th: Twist in the Void (Part 3 of the Dark Twists Trilogy)

December 2020: A Whiskered Wander; sequel to A Whiskered Perspective

February 2021: Relationship Stories to Warm Your Heart (non-fiction)

April 2021: Melody of Shrieks (Christian fiction)

Praise for M.G. Spear’s writing:

The narrative is immensely engaging and vivid. The vibe seeps under your skin, excites you and consumes you whole. I definitely want to read more by her.

— review for Dark Twists and Surreal Turns

It’s a lovely pet centered storyline, and interestingly, the author presents the whole story from the perspective of a cat; “Pumpkin”.
“A Whiskered perspective” by M.G.Spear is a rather unusual yet enjoyable book, and the plot revolves around a young woman named Miller and her companion & pet cat, called Pumpkin. They were living a somewhat simple but happy life until one day, when “Rob” appeared into the scene, twisting their lives slowly but drastically. The writing style of the book was simple and smooth, and the flow of the story was engaging from the first page to the last. An enjoyable and recommendable book!

–review for A Whiskered Perspective

What should we do when we sense that we are being lied in a relationship? Or what should we do about the missing spark between us? Yes, it is complicated, and relationships always are.

That is when the books like this come really handy as it gives so many insights into regular dating and relationship problems…Such a helpful read.

–review for Green & Red Flags to Look For In a Relationship

Very similar to the shack, except more thought provoking.

–review for God is a Mob Boss

I just recently got laid off, and plan on using it to hopefully get my foot in the door somewhere else.

–review for Resume Builder

I always try to rate books with collections like this one as a whole, but I have to say I loved the individual story named Sunday. It had me freaked out.
I wouldn’t say I was just terrified by this book, but each story presents the reader with a new reaction. As a whole, I enjoyed this book.

–review for Black Cat Scribbles Vol. 1

M.G. Spear : Writing with Flair