Competitive Fauna: A Collection of Short Stories

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Competitive Fauna, A Collection of Short Stories by Lela E. Buis.

Author, Lela Buis has compiled an anthology of short stories that are enticing to the speculative, futuristic genre. Each of the six stories is unique, but all carry a common thread, love is entwined in the narrative.

She provides interesting, but plausible perspectives . . . → Read More: Competitive Fauna: A Collection of Short Stories

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A Small Season of Magic

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A Magical Read

 

A Small Season of Magic by Linda Hall is not a mystery, yet it contains mystery. It is about school friends and bullying and brokenness and yet it’s not. It’s about life and death and love. It’s exceedingly sad, and yet hopeful at the same time. And like its name . . . → Read More: A Small Season of Magic

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Alternate Endings

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Eclectic collection of stories

 

Alternate Endings

I enjoyed reading this collection of stories by Lesann Berry. Each is written in a style and grammar that differentiates it from the others. The author has done herself proud with this group of well written prose.

Hopefully she will publish another collection later.

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Fundamental Problems – A handful of fables

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Nice Collection of Stories

Fundamental Problems

– A handful of fables is a fun collection of short stories. Michael J. Tobias presents some unique plots and memorable characters. There are some rather interesting takes on spirituality and the concept of God (god) throughout with interesting twists and turns as the protagonist(s) head toward solution.

The . . . → Read More: Fundamental Problems – A handful of fables

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Recycling (a short story)

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Compelling, thought provoking and encouraging

I downloaded Stephen Livingston’s Recycling (a short story) as a break away from the lengthier novels I have been reading. It didn’t disappoint.

I completed this short story in one sitting and was intrigued and entertained throughout. The revelation of change that overcomes the main character, Mags, is compelling, . . . → Read More: Recycling (a short story)

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