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Samie Foster
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  • Spokane, WA
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Something About Me and My Book:
Hi I'm Samie Foster and as far as interest go, I just love to write You could say 'm a been eccentric about it. I've been writing since I was ten years old, but just now found a way to publish my work with having to spend thousands of dollars per book. I also am a complete book worm, it somewhat started to the ocassional insomia that I have. I love movies, and probally can tell you the biography of any currently rising independent filmmaker. Don't ask why. I'm just weird that way. And your probally going this person sounds odd but hey, my friends say that I'm odd, so I'm used to it. But my friends also say that I will make it on New York Times Bestseller someday I really not sure if that ill ever happen, but it would be nice. But will tell you one thing I love. I love sucess stories of one individual making something out of their self, like the story of Starbucks, or these current independent film makers who have worked their way up from nothing. I just hate the idea of all these big people stepping on the little guy. I guess that is what giving so much hope and determination with my books

My books. I have horror ,scifi, and fantasy. I love to write a little bit of everything. Hope you like what you see

Samie Foster's Blog

Flyte : Had A magical Entertaining Start, But Sadly Loses Direction

Flyte : Had A magical Entertaining Start, But Sadly Loses Direction

Okay this time around the book is Flyte by Angie Sage. And yes this is the one of cheesey wizards fantasy books that is only founding the colorful kids section of book stores. It’s two inches thick and made to look like spell book and neighbors Lemony Snicket and James and The Giant peach. But you know what, I‘m not going defend myself any or cover up the truth. I every once and a whole will read a kid book. I will…


Posted on September 12, 2012 at 7:57pm

The Seance : Not really Good, But Not Bad Either

The Seance : Not Really Good, But Not Bad Either.

The Séance By Heather Graham

This is more of a random book thrown into mix. Like the reviews aren’t random enough. This one is a supernatural mystery called, “The Séance” by Heather Graham apparently is a New York Time best seller auditor, who seems to be unknown by myself and everyone I know. This one I grabbed out of a free box at a yard sale. It had water damage, a torn cover and smelled like perfume. But regardless of its…


Posted on August 4, 2012 at 9:52pm

The Last Olympian : A Action Packed Near Perfect Finale To a Great Series

The Last Olympian By Rick Riordan Smoothie Review

So here it is. The review on the last book in the “Percy Jackson and The Olympians,” series, and it took me forever to get this book. Believe it or not, there’s nothing to do in my small pacific northwest town and a lot of people read. And apparently I was not the only Percy Jackson fan, because where ever I turned this book, the store was sold out. So I had to order it online. And the book had to get lost in the shipping for crying…


Posted on June 19, 2012 at 12:46pm

Flowers For Algernon : A Man's Odyssey That Pulls So Many Heart Strings

Flowers For Algernon : A Classic Odyssey That Should That Pulls So Many Heart Strings

Flowers For Algernon By Daniel Keyes

Overall Rating : A Man’s Odyssey that pulls so many heart strings

Okay if you have been reading my other smoothie reviews then you know I’m a sucker for science fiction. Or importantly classic science fiction. If you haven’t notice this by now, go back and read my Subterranean review. I couldn’t stop…


Posted on April 9, 2012 at 10:01pm

Tolken For Celandine : A Set Of Unoriginal And Mediocre Cliche’s Set In A Very Dark World

A Tolken For Celandine By Laurell K. Hamilton

Not much of a intro here, just another short story review found in Laurell K Hamitlon’s Strange Candy short story. This one is a dungeons and dragons style piece called “A Toklen For Celandine.”

So the story is not like Hamilton’s other books. It happens in a medieval setting, featuring the traditional classic fantasy elements such as trolls , elves, unicorns and what not. They story follows a female elf warrior named Bevhinn, who…


Posted on March 22, 2012 at 4:12pm

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At 12:12am on January 6, 2014, 4-LAN said…


Wow! You have been quite busy! I followed your link and read a little of your horror story House of the Rising Sun. Very interesting material. Do you do your own editing? I know that an editor can be very expensive. Right now, my girlfriend is my editor. I priced professionals and they are definitely out of my range.

Will visit your site again and read some more of your stuff. I love fantasy, sci-fi and horror.



At 7:31pm on December 8, 2011, Fernando Sobenes said…

Hello Samie. My name is Fernando Sobenes and I want to invite you to read the prologue and the first two chapters of my novel: "The Evil Visitor" in my blog The Evil Visitor

Also you can watch the book trailer.

Best regards,


At 9:54am on April 7, 2010, Dr. Ed Slack said…
Thanks for adding me as a friend Samie! Good luck with your submissions, got my fingers crossed for you. All the Best.

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