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About Teresa Edmond-Sargeant
Teresa Edmond-Sargeant is an Orlando, FL-based poet, author and journalist originally from northern New Jersey. Her poetry has appeared in anthologies featuring NJ poets. She won three state press association awards -- two in New Jersey and one in Florida.
In 2006, she published her first poetry book "How Fate's Confusion Connects." Since then, among her work includes short stories in the anthologies "Demonic Wildlife: A Fantastical Funny Adventure" and "Demonic Household: See Owner's Manual."
She is now a staff writer for a Central Florida newspaper. Edmond-Sargeant is a member of the Florida Writers Association. Her website is www.teresa-edmond-sargeant.com.
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We start you off with light, soft stories, but be warned. You will find yourself falling into the ever darker, gorier, and more demonic stories with each passing page.
You may look at your couch, your washer, and even television and wonder if you should be laughing anymore.
Will your household turn on you?
Keep your Owner’s Manuals close by!
~What happens when you find yourself "BURIED ALIVE"? Sometimes it's more dangerous to fear yourself than the Reaper.
This collection of stories challenges you to understand the fear of being Buried Alive, whether physically or metaphorically.
You are about to set foot on a bizarre adventure, a funny fantastical one filled with demonic animals. The first few stories are light, more about the giggles, but be warned. As you read further, the dark creepy side will sneak up on you. Within this entertaining tome you will find spiders, snakes, sheep, wolves, manatees, hummingbirds, squirrels, and many more!
A carnival ride.
A “perfect” neighbor.
These three elements may be ordinary in everyday circumstances, but they take on new, more wicked forms in Teresa Edmond-Sargeant‘s debut mini-collection of short stories.
In “Three to Tell: Dark Fantasy Short Stories,” Edmond-Sargeant republishes two tales “The Lucky Devlins” and “The Seventh Time is Worth a Try,” both which originally appeared in two volumes of Demonic Anthologies from Battle Goddess Productions. In addition, the collection features a never-before-released short story, “Save the Date: Prophecy Foretold.”
“Three to Tell: Dark Fantasy Short Stories” will have the reader thinking about “what if” in regards to how the everyday is taken to the next level. The collection may be small, but the stories are larger than anything ...
These are three ways of describing the verses in “A Symphony of Silence,” Teresa Edmond-Sargeant’s second collection of poetry.
Within these eclectic pages, in Part One she muses on life as a daughter, mother, writer, and someone who has been in one too many failed relationships. Between all the rainy days, heartless exes, and “brewed wisdom,” lies the ultimate poetic experience eagerly waiting to unfold.
In Part Two, Edmond-Sargeant discusses her thoughts on poetry as a genre and gives some advice on how to be fearless as a writer and her purpose for writing.
With “A Symphony of Silence,” join Teresa Edmond-Sargeant as she keenly reels you into her vibrantly expressive world.
The misty chains of language tug
on my tongue.
My muse whispers a void in my head,
the bitter goneness of ideas stare
at me, mocking me as I trudge to put
My desire to compose
screams a symphony of silence
as I wrangle with how to write