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Invisible by [Clavelli, Taylin]
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Kindle Edition, 28 Oct 2014
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Length: 27 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Page Flip: Enabled Language: English

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What do you do when you become invisible to the love of your life?

About the Author

Taylin Clavelli lives in the United Kingdom, about 15 miles south of Birmingham, and a short journey from the world famous Cadbury’s Chocolate factory. She’s married with children and loves her family with all her heart.

Her love of books has been a long standing affair, with Taylin liking nothing better than to lose herself in an imaginary world.

Until she met Lily Velden, she never considered trying her hand at writing. However, after talking ideas, Lily encouraged her to put pen to paper—or rather, fingers to keyboard. Since, with a few virtual kicks in the right place, she hasn’t stopped. Her confidence eventually led to her writing an original work for submission.

Now she absolutely adores immersing herself into the characters she creates, and transferring the pictures in her brain to paper, finding it liberating, therapeutic, and wonderful.

Outside of writing, her interests include; martial arts (she’s a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Taekwon-do), horse-riding, and movies, all of which facilitates her love of a wide variety of genres. Her action heroes include Jet Li and Tony Jaa—finding the dedication these men have for their art combined with their skill both amazing and a privilege to watch. If pressed, she’ll admit to thinking that the screen entrance of Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean – Curse of the Black Pearl, and Shadowfax in LOTR, to be the greatest screen entrances ever. Her all-time favorite movies are Star Wars and Lord of the Rings.

The simple things in life that make her day, putting a smile on her face are:

Laughter - especially that of her children.

The smell of lasagna cooking – it makes her mouth salivate.

The dawn chorus – no symphony ever written can beat the waking greetings of the birds.

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1583 KB
  • Print Length: 27 pages
  • Publisher: Wayward Ink Publishing (28 October 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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5.0 out of 5 stars While everything was great in the beginning 29 October 2014
By Kindle Customer - Published on
Invisible by Taylin Clavelli is a short story about David and Sean who had grown apart during their relationship together. While everything was great in the beginning, David had become head of the ER while Sean had supported him. Throughout the years that had passed, David became obsessed with his job while forgetting to do the little things that was needed to keep the spark and relationship alive and growing even though Sean had gone out of his way to try and make it work. Feeling invisible and not deserving of his partner and husband’s love, Sean left for Texas giving his husband the freedom that he thought was wanted.

At around 7000 words, Invisible was a quick read that only took me less than an hour from start to finish. It pulled many different emotions from me while I read it from growling at David to tears of sadness for what had happened between these two males. I found myself rooting for the two in hopes they would mend their relationship and grow back together as well as wanting to take them both and give them a huge hug. There was even joy and warmth being felt while reading the short.

I’ve read Dakota Skies by Taylin Clavelli and absolutely fell in love with the book and the short Invisible didn’t disappoint or pale in comparison. Taylin is an amazing author who I would definitely pick up any of her books to read. Thank you Taylin for sharing your stories and characters with me! And can I just say right now…. I want more of David and Sean please!

You don't want to miss the newest review for Invisible by Taylin Clavelli. Her newest short story that was just released today. Feel free to stop by and check it out. This is a must read story by a must read author whom I thoroughly enjoy.
4.0 out of 5 stars My Rating: 4 of 4 Stars (Based on Short&Light Read) 2 December 2014
By johanna - Published on
This was a truly inspiring and yet scary read for it tells the story of two men who love each other and yet are drifting apart. I really liked this one for it speaks of how relationships should work but people allow the petty realities like work come between them.

David is an ER doctor and he is the epitome of a tired workaholic who comes home expecting and knowing his husband Sean would be there to welcome him. Being tired is not an excuse to forgo the expected affirmation of someone's presence but it is one excuse David seems to be relying on.

Sean works most times from home so he could get more time with his husband, David. Although it worked for a while he soon realizes that this change in lifestyle only gave him half an hour of David's time. He provides the food, keeps the home clean and tidy, he even makes sure that David bathes and is comfortable. A little bit of consolation like a kiss on the cheek, or a hug or even a cuddle in bed is not much to ask for. It turns out it is too much to ask for and Sean's insecurities can no longer be denied and soon feels he is no longer enough.

When David comes into an empty home, he realizes all the 'what ifs' and is lost. He had treated Sean like he had been invisible and now that he truly is, he does not know what to do to fix things. He resolves to find his Sean but when he does, can he keep Sean with him? Will Sean even stay?
3.0 out of 5 stars 3.5 stars 8 May 2016
By Emily - Published on
The story was interesting for me, because instead of watching a couple fall in love for the first time, you get to see them deal with a fading relationship. Sean and David have been together for 12 years, but they have started to drift apart. So many times you read a book and at the end it's "...and they lived happily ever after." But life is never that easy, so it was nice to read a book where the characters had to work to keep their relationship going, and deal with the fallout from drifting apart.

I enjoyed reading the story, but felt that it would have done better as a longer story, since you see the direct aftermath and then there's a time skip to see what happens in the future. While I liked hearing from both men's POVs, including the self-discovery they went through in the immediate aftermath, I would have also liked to see more details about how they mended their relationship, instead of just seeing a small portion of it and then skipping ahead to the future. All in all though, I did enjoy reading Invisible, and would definitely recommend giving it a try.

*I received this book in exchange for an honest review.*
4.0 out of 5 stars This could be any one of us...great read! 26 November 2014
By KathyMac Reviews - Published on
What can a story of approximately 26 pages tell you? THAT is what I always said prior to reading Invisible, by Taylin Clavelli. This author has reminded me that there is a story, regardless to the page count, to be told, if you are willing to read it.

This is an enlightening tale of two people who love each other desperately. However, life gets in the way and priorities shift. It’s hard to see where these priorities fall unless someone points it out. Even then… you don’t want to see it.

We are encouraged to remember the simple things in life, the ones we take for granted. How easily we abuse the generosity of these gifts that are freely given. Our only hope is that when a light bulb comes on, it’s not too late.

Taylin Clavelli has written a short story with so much depth. It was outlined perfectly and the dialogue flowed seamlessly. She has proven that it doesn’t take thousands of words to write something that is profound. The author takes us on a journey with her lyrical prose and instils emotion that will wake all your senses. A very enjoyable and gratifying story that will leave you with a smile.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great perspective to write a love story from 20 December 2014
By Alina Popescu - Published on
I loved this story! So often, it’s the lack of effort to show the other they matter that leads to a relationship falling apart. While a lot of stories deal with cheating, or big fights, or really obvious problems that lead to a love affair ending, this slow fade out is less often tackled. Taylin did an amazing job at making the reader understand and experience what being invisible to the one you loved really meant. It was angsty and heart breaking in all the right places, from the pain to the feeling of inadequacy and of utter failure. Highly recommended!