Books to Curl Up With ~ Author S.G. Lee (@SweetSheil )


Dreams Can Kill


S.G. Lee



  “Sharron Alexander has awoken with no memory. Sharron vaguely recalls the shooting in dreams and knows someone shot her and left her for dead. Sharron must remember or she will learn Dreams can Kill!”

Available at   (Smashwords)

and   (Amazon)

 Other books by S.G. Lee

 The Kelly Clan Series


A Penny Saved a Murder Earned 

The Kelly’s (Lily. Rose (Lily’s daughter), Great Grandma Katha and Amelia (Lily’s cousin)) all feel like they are under a curse; but it appears it’s the work of a serial killer that people around them having been falling like dominos. Now as someone is killed at Amelia’s store and others known to them perish, Lily and Amelia become under suspicion by the investigating officer Emmett Rogers. They must fight the impulse to blame the curse and get to the bottom of who caused all their woes, before the killer targets them.

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A Diller a Dollar a Really Dead Scholar

Lily Kelly, her adopted daughter Rose Brooksfield, her Great-Grandma Katha, and Amelia try to get over their trauma at the hands of a serial killer. Rose tries to overcome the whispers and innuendoes at school by joining in on school events such as basketball and choir. Rose and her friend Carol arrive early to school to participate in choir only to find the choir teacher; Mr. Scholar has been brutally murdered. Rose collapses and is brought to hospital and Lily learns more than she wants to know about Alexander Scholar as she’s drawn into the investigation. Now Lily must help Emmett, and his new partner Kendall Owens, find the killer before he or she, threatens the Kelly clan yet again.

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The Stone Chronicles Series

The Stone Chronicles

Love’s Labours Won  

Sarah is a young single woman in dire straits. Her rent is due, she was fired from her last job and she has no family to turn to. So she accepts the fateful offer of a mysterious job interview, which turns out to be a ruse to steal gifts that she never even realized she had. As she set upon this journey Sarah will discover a world of magic, mystery and the supernatural. As Sarah learns about this new world she is exposed to adventure, danger and intrigue…and romance in the form of the mysterious Demetrious Blackstone. All the while Sarah must learn to control her gifts and suppress her own demons to defeat the perils that await her. Only then can she discover her inner voice and follow her own path that will lead to the true love she knows she deserves

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A Tiger’s Heart Wrapped in a Player’s Hide  

On a voyage of discovery and introspection Sarah finds out more about herself and her abilities. Sarah however also finds herself questioning Demetrious’ commitment to her as he spends all his time working to find the culprit who has put the Magik council under siege. Sarah must find her inner strength and abilities once more to help Demetrious and save herself and the world from this unknown assailant as they threaten her life as she knows it.




Christmas Stories Series


Christmas is Calling

An anthology of Christmas stories to make you tear up, laugh and smile.

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Available only at Amazon

The Christmas Angel 

A 70 year old Christmas card and a search for long lost love #TheChristmasCard

The Christmas Card

Has till Xmas to place 6 kids, will she make the ultimate sacrifice?


About S.G. Lee


S.G.Lee was born and raised in Ontario,Canada. Growing up she feasted on tales of family history, and other imaginative stories; as her family continued the long tradition of passing on stories orally. Those tales and more of her own are itching to be told so she has been putting pen to paper and fingers to computer to get them all down.

Find her here:    (writing blog)    (my poetry blog)




Interview with Author S.G. Lee (@SweetSheil )

Recently I had a chance to interview author S.G. Lee about the release of her new book “Dreams Can Kill” and get some insight on her thoughts on writing. Welcome!

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Tell us a little about yourself. When did your interest in writing begin?

My interest in writing began as a child when I read my first book and I wanted to tell my own stories. My first taste with fame I won a speech contest in grade six, a story about my mother’s talking  pet crow.

Congrats on your new release! Tell us a little bit about your new book Dreams Can Kill.

 “Sharron Alexander has awoken with no memory. Sharron vaguely recalls the shooting in dreams and knows someone shot her and left her for dead. Sharron must remember or she will learn Dreams can Kill!”


Available at   (Smashwords)

and   (Amazon)

Although both are important, what is the most important thing for you when writing your novels~ the characters or the plot?

I can’t choose; I focus on both.  I want the character to be revealed layer by layer so the reader will grow to like the character and care about that character and the situations they might find themselves in. In order to create believable characters, the author must live in their minds, experience their emotions, and in essence be the character. The plot is also important because you really can’t have a story without it. You need to carefully nurture it and make it all make sense.

Do you outline/plot or do you prefer to just see where an idea leads you? Has your process changed from when you first started?

I outline the main premise and then let the story take it from there. The muse often decides the story should go another way. My process has changed in that I edit more as I go along.

Do you ever get writer’s block?  If you do, how do you get through it?

Yes of course, I think every writer does. I do something else whether going for a walk or watching something enjoyable, or reading a book in another genre to distract me.

What genre are your books and what draws you to this particular genre?

My books are in mystery and paranormal. I love mystery because it presents a puzzle the reader has to solve. Paranormal just appeals to me because it presents the reader with different scenarios and situations that make you think.

What books and/or authors have most influenced your life?

When I was a child I read ’What Katy Did’ and I greatly admired Katy and how she overcame a physical disability and how she learned patience. This helped me when I had my own medical challenge at age eighteen.

If you could spend a vacation with one of your characters which one would you choose?

Sharron~ I identified with the main character. I lived with that character in my mind as I wrote about her life. She became like a sister or close relative to me.

Can you tell us what is coming up for you?

I have recently written and e-pubbed short story anthologies for Christmas and Hallowe’en. Available only at Amazon.

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I am also working on three other projects:

I am also working on a murder, mystery, paranormal book tentatively called “Third Eye”:

Mary Katherine Kendall survived a horrific sinking of the ferry the Victoria on May twenty fourth, 1881 in London, Ontario only to fight back for her health and to find she now sees ghosts. Katherine must now accept the changes in her life. Katherine meets a handsome policeman as ghosts seek her help to solve their problems and murders, and she seeks to hide her abilities from all lest she be judged insane.” 

This book expected out 2016.

I am working hard on an idea for a follow up to A Diller a Dollar A Really Dead Scholar which I am outlining called “Betty Blue Lost her Holiday Shoe” . This book is expected out in 2015 .

Lastly,  I started working on a book loosely based on my grandmother’s life, but due to unknown facts about parts of her secretive life, that I am unable to obtain; I have decided to fictionalized the story changing names and situations to protect people and advance the story. This book is called “As the Blackbird Sang”. This book is expected out in late 2016.

Where can we find you online?

You can find me at:    (writing blog)    (my poetry blog)

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Thanks so much for taking time out to speak with me! Sounds like you are one busy lady!