Mind Cafe

Mind Cafe

by Lizzy Ford
3.1 63

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Mind Cafe by Lizzy Ford

The Mind Café: death’s waiting room and the only refuge for a woman trapped in her body after a tragic accident leaves her unable to do anything but watch the world and think. A fiction, paranormal short story just under 5,000 words, part of a larger collection of stories depicting a day in the life of the unique.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011165580
Publisher: Lizzy Ford
Publication date: 12/24/2010
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 84,622
File size: 122 KB

About the Author

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Lizzy Ford is the hyper-prolific author of the "Rhyn Trilogy" and "War of Gods" series, both launched in 2011, as well as multiple single title young adult fantasy and paranormal romances. Lizzy's debut novel, "Damian's Oracle," was featured in USA Today in March 2012.

Lizzy's books have reached the top ten bestseller lists on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and iBooks in multiple categories. Through her unconventional online marketing strategies, Lizzy continues to build a book-selling empire focused on quality books produced quickly and interacting with readers.

The Lizzy Ford team consists of: Matt, IT and search engine optimization expert; Christine LePorte, freelance editor; and Dafeenah, graphics artist.

Lizzy's books are available from Amazon, BN, Smashwords, iBooks/iTunes, and all other eReader libraries. They include:

Rhyn Trilogy:

"Katie's Hellion" (Book I, May 2011)

"Katie's Hope" (Book II, September 2011)

"Rhyn's Redemption" (Book III, March 2012)

Short story: "Rhyn Trilogy: Origins" (October 2011)

Rhyn Eternal series:

"Gabriel's Hope" (Book I, September 2012)

War of Gods (Damian) Series:

"Damian's Oracle" (Book I, Jan 2011)

"Damian's Assassin" (Book II, Feb 2011)

"Damian's Immortal" (Book III, Dec 2011)

"The Grey God" (Book IV, May 2012)

Original Beings:

"Xander's Chance" (Summer 2012)

Foretold Trilogy (YA fantasy)

"Elle's Journey" (December 2011)

"Shadow Rising" (December 2012)

"The Journey West" (May 2013)

Anshan Saga:

"Kiera's Moon" (June 2011)

"Kiera's Sun" (July 2012)

Witchling Trilogy:

"Dark Summer" (June 2012)

"Autumn Storm" (August 2012)

"Winter Kiss" (October 2012)

Single Titles:

"Rebel Heart" (April 2012)

"A Demon's Desire" (October 2011)

"Maddy's Oasis" (July 2011)

"The Warlord's Secret" (April 2011)

Lizzy loves hearing from her readers, so feel free to follow her on Twitter (@LizzyFord2010), Facebook (Lizzy Ford) or contact her through her site, guerrillawordfare.com!

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Mind Cafe 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 63 reviews.
SelenaB More than 1 year ago
This booked turned out much better than I had expected. The characters were well developed by the end of the story, & left me wanting a little more. Hopefully there will be a part two.
KatieHB More than 1 year ago
Since I knew this book was from a dream the author had, I kind of pictured her while I read this book. I liked it a lot. I was sad it was so short in fact, more of a short story than a book. It was very thought provoking and I kind of wish the Mind Cafe was a real place, I guess it very well could be real, unfortunately I have not been there in my dreams.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm a Neuro nurse who loves to read! This story is amazing on so many levels. I just checked it out on a whim because I read anything. Not disappointed.
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gordonpatrrick More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book I only wished it were longer. I liked the character Rosie and her courage to live with her condition. I thought the concept of how she was able to retreat into her self to a place called the mind cafe was very interesting. I also liked that people came to visit her as they die. I felt it was really sad that she was stuck there and she could only watch as family and loved ones came and went.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story.
RobertDowns More than 1 year ago
I admit I like free stuff. I also admit I’m not entirely rational in my thought process. For example, I happily hand over my Bouchercon and Left Coast Crime Conference fees and feel like I’ve won the lottery when I receive a bag filled with books. Seriously, this ends up being one of the major highlights of these conferences. So in my continued pursuit of this high, minus the conference fees, I have decided to scour Amazon for the best free short stories and books available. With that being said, let’s get to the review. This short story depressed the heck out of me. I felt like I needed prescription medication, a bottle of Bud, and an inspirational sports movie. I did watch Remember The Titans yesterday, so I suppose one out of three ain’t bad. Spending the entire novel in a character’s head, even at only 29 pages, is a challenge, and I’m not quite sure Lizzy Ford pulls it off effectively. The plethora of exclamation points ended up being a tad much for me, and I don’t necessarily agree with the paranormal classification. I mean, I often dream of redheaded ghosts with rocking bodies who accost me, but that’s not exactly the definition of paranormal activity. If you’re looking for a free read, I’d be inclined to look elsewhere. MIND CAFÉ might want to work on a better latte. Robert Downs Author of Falling Immortality: Casey Holden, Private Investigator
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it but i want more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
this was a wonderfully written little story.
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I have taken care of people like this....i didnt want the book to end. It couldhave been a longer novel..
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One of my least favorite by Lizzy Ford, but only because it is hard to follow. Good story line just a little confusing!
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This book was really lame and weird!
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