Shalia's Diary: Book 1

Shalia's Diary: Book 1

Tracy St. John / Dec 11, 2019

Shalia s Diary Book A Clans of Kalquor story The journal of Shalia Monroe begins in the wake of the end of the Earth Kalquorian war in which she details her life following the devastation of Armageddon To Whom It May Co

  • Title: Shalia's Diary: Book 1
  • Author: Tracy St. John
  • ISBN: 9781301871902
  • Page: 275
  • Format: ebook
  • A Clans of Kalquor story The journal of Shalia Monroe begins in the wake of the end of the Earth Kalquorian war, in which she details her life following the devastation of Armageddon To Whom It May Concern My name is Shalia Elizabeth Monroe, and this is my confession as to my part in bringing about Armageddon When the Kalquorians entered Earth space during the war, theA Clans of Kalquor story The journal of Shalia Monroe begins in the wake of the end of the Earth Kalquorian war, in which she details her life following the devastation of Armageddon To Whom It May Concern My name is Shalia Elizabeth Monroe, and this is my confession as to my part in bringing about Armageddon When the Kalquorians entered Earth space during the war, they unwittingly triggered bombs hidden beneath the major cities Now Earth s former enemies rush to save the survivors left on a dying planet.Told from the viewpoint of survivor Shalia Monroe, this journal traces the first few weeks following Armageddon as she struggles to keep herself and her dementia stricken mother alive Battling the guilt of her part in Earth s demise is only the first of many issues Shalia must deal with She also faces man eating alien Tragooms, disease, and violent gangs of surviving Earthers determined to kill each other in order to claim supremacy.word count 61,034

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      • Tracy St. John

        Born in a small town on the coast of North Carolina to strict parents, Tracy St John started out as a quiet, shy child She was typical for her small town studying hard for good grades, fishing with her dad on Saturdays and attending church on Sundays.When adolescence kicked in, so did full on rebellion School, family and church fell by the wayside as Tracy partied too hard with the wrong people Somehow surviving her wild child phase, she pursued several careers before finally settling on video production and writing.A string of failed relationships prompted her to give up on love which of course meant fate immediately tossed Mr Right her way After only 4 months of dating, she eloped with the love of her life They just celebrated 14 years of wedded bliss.Prior to penning her first erotic novel Alien Embrace , Tracy wrote commercials, television and radio promos, and training films for various government entities.Tracy St John now lives in coastal Georgia with her husband and son She still enjoys fishing, and you ll often find her haunting train museums with her locomotive loving son Besides writing, she also works in video production both in front of and behind the camera She s usually cast as the gun toting bad gal, getting handcuffed in the end She has no complaints.


    447 Comments

    1. If you are familiar with Tracy St. John's Kalquor series, then this is an exciting addition. If you are not familiar with her work, then this is a great place to start. Please be aware that Tracy St. John writes erotica--specializing in BDSM. If that offends you then don't complain about those elements if you choose to purchase her books.Shalia is living in a post apocalyptic world where women are second class citizens and sex outside marriage is against the law and punishable by torture and dea [...]


    2. Where do I start? Did I enjoy this book? Some of it Yes, some not so much.This story is both gripping and horrifying, and there were places I just could not put it down. It was incredibly well written and despite the fact that I'm not a big fan of BDSM I found those scenes ok and they didn't take away from the story. There is just one huge thing I just could not overlook.(view spoiler)[We are told and shown over and over how terrible the Earther's treated their women, how really really awful the [...]


    3. BBoth good and a bit silly. I liked many of the concepts, was exasperated by others. That shalia didn't seem to feel guilty about the videos she produced, knowing they were fiction, but did feel guilty about something she had no control over or ability to change wad irritating. The diary entry style of writing isn't my favorite, but it was pretty well done.


    4. Shalia’s diary was a very creative conception. To hear the Kalquor war from the pages of an earth woman’s diary was a unique approach. It was well done. Many times it felt as if I was reading entries from someone’s diary.


    5. Fills in the missing parts of the seriesI wasn't expecting to like this book about a woman moving from one clan to another. I'm still not sure I'll like that part when it happens, but so far the story is filling in the missing points from the Klarquor series. We find out what like was like between book 3-4 and it helps make the events more understandable. I also think we see more of the misunderstandings between early Earther and clan interactions which are engaging and lead to a much more robus [...]


    6. Another entry in St. John's "Kalquor" series.Done as a series of diary entries, it fills in some back story about pre-Armageddon Earth. Shalia and her mother are rescued by the Kalquorians after Shalia gets sick trying to elude them. She's terrified at first, but gradually comes to realize that the Kalquorians can be trusted, and are trying to help surviving 'Earthers.' In an interesting departure from earlier stories, there's no 'clanning.' Instead, Shalia falls in lust with her rescuer, Dusa, [...]


    7. I've always found the Kalquor books to be a nice light read, hugely entertaining for the most part, and never really felt any background in the tale was missing. I still don't, however now that the blanks are being filled, I'm intrigued by the background details. It makes the original stories fuller somehow and the fact that the historical insights provided by the new Kalquor books is less fluffy and more a slap on humanity's wrist an entertaining one really appreciated. This particular book is [...]


    8. Although it is not a bad start for someone to understand the kalquorian universe, I suggest you start with "Alien Embrace" which is the book that started everything (although it is not the best in the series). Anyway, this book is good, Shalia is very likable, a real survivor. The end is not very smooth but that's because there are at least 5 more book about Shalia. There is a blog about her ongoing adventures.


    9. This is the first part of an ongoing blog that the author has of a story. She updates it twice a weak and its about this woman on Earth after Armageddon and her situation and life told from her point of view. If you are a big Clans of Kalquor this is for you. It gives me my weekly fix until her next Clans of Kalquor book comes out.


    10. A variant on the 'human woman ends up in the hands of alien man/men' plot ( + dystopia) with some nice writing and an actual plot, plus concern about person with one chronic medical condition. Free on KU when I got it.


    11. GreatI really enjoyed reading this book. At first I didn't think I would like it because of aliens being in it but I was proved wrong. I really liked how the author described everything. Awesome book!


    12. A great start to what promises to be a very exciting adventure for one spunky, sarcastic, tragic heroine. I quite enjoyed the perspective this story was written from; that being the diary entries of a life renewed and a woman reborn. I can't wait to see what awaits this little earther female!





    13. Wow!This was a very good, wonderfully written story! It has all information in the story as it goes with some interesting humor. I can't wait to read the next book!


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