Three by Maria Savva

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A trio of short stories

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“3” is Currently available in Kindle format (Can be read on a Mac, PC, iPad, Smartphone etc., with the free downloadable apps from Amazon). Look out for the paperback coming soon.

Maria says memories from the past can haunt the present. Do you think they do?

 1. Never To Be Told – Tom and Amber are on a romantic date… but the past is always present.

2. The Bride – In this paranormal short, Olivia makes a chilling discovery.

3. What The Girl Heard – Victoria revisits a place that holds a dark reminder of an incident from her childhood. She had vowed she would never return.

MariaAbout the author:

Maria is a writer of short stories and novels. She has always been a storyteller, and an avid reader, and is now having a lot of fun in her adventure with the creative art of writing. She has published 5 novels, including a psychological thriller, a family saga, and a fantasy/paranormal/time travel book. She also has 5 collections of short stories, the latest “3” has been described as an “Innovative showcase” of her short stories. If you like stories that will take you deep inside the characters’ hearts and minds, and you like twists in the tale, you will probably want to try these stories.

As well as writing, Maria is a lawyer (not currently practising law). During her career, she worked in family law, criminal law, immigration, residential property law, and wills & probate, among other things. Many of her stories are inspired from her own experiences and the experiences of those she knows or has known. Chances are, if you get to know this author it won’t be long before you are changed forever into a fictional character and appear in one of her books. If she likes you, you may become a romantic hero/heroine; if she doesn’t… well, she writes a good thriller I hear.

Maria currently divides her time between working as an administrator in a university, and writing/reading/editing/blogging. She maintains the BestsellerBound Recommends blog helping to promote fellow indie authors. She’s also a music blogger for UK Arts Directory where she helps promote independent musicians.

If you’d like to connect with maria, you can find her online at:

Her official website her Goodreads BlogBestsellerBound RecommendsUK Arts Directory Blog, Twitter, or on Facebook.

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16 thoughts on “Three by Maria Savva

  1. To answer your question: Maria says memories from the past can haunt the present. Do you think they do?
    In my own life, this has been very true. It is not easy to escape the past, let alone erase it. But sometimes all the lovely things that destiny bestows upon us along the course of our lives can overshadow a bitter, haunting experience. Or if what haunts us is a spectacular time of our life that we yearn for, we can sit back, smile and enjoy reliving that moment in time.

    • I agree with Lucy: you’ve put that well, Rosary! I didn’t intend to write 3 stories about memories haunting the present, but when I read over the stories that’s the thing they had in common. In my own life, there are lots of memories that I have that can either make me laugh or cry depending on the moment. In this collection, the memories the characters have in two of the stories are very dark. In the middle story, The Bride, what was a lovely memory turns into a bit of a nightmare… but of course, you’ll have to read it to find out why 😉
      Over the past 16 or so years since I’ve been writing, I have come to realise just how important memories are to us… there are always snippets of childhood memories or past experiences that make their way into my books 🙂

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