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ARC Review: A Portable Shelter by Kirsty Logan

Author:  A Portable Shelter
Genre: Short stories, fairy tales
Publisher: Association for Scottish Literary Studies
Publication Date: August 10, 2015
192 pages, hardcover

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A Face Like a Wet Weekend

Some flash fiction for you …

“It’s me birthday!” the woman beamed.

Grey ringlets ran down her forehead like rain, and into her eyes, which sparkled behind wet spectacles. 979 more words


Collecting Stories by Michael Freundtm

Collecting Stories, my first short story collection, goes live online on Monday August 3rd.

You can find it here

The stories have been written over the last 25 years; the latest, A Marriage of Convenience, was written last month. 269 more words

Autobiographical Fiction

Check out my new ebook short story collection, "Breathing Ghosts"!

“Breathing Ghosts” is a collection of unique and different ghost stories from writer Costa Koutsoutis. Ghosts and the unknown play a part in all of these stories, from comforting spirits to horrific forms that we cannot name.

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Researching mid-stream for your novel

I just finished a draft of the first part of my newest Beyond novel. As usual I am juggling several balls with plots and characters and inconsistencies, and again as usual, I need to do more research. 580 more words

Sharon A. Crawford

Book Release - Gristle & Bone by Duncan Ralston

About the Book

Title: Gristle & Bone

Author: Duncan Ralston

Genre: Horror, Short Story Collection

Short and novella-length dark fiction from the twisted imagination of Duncan Ralston. 264 more words

Guest Authors

Sandcastle Mixes Sumptuous Prose With Pitch Perfect Storytelling {Review & Tour}

Sandcastle and Other Stories by Justin Bog {A Review}

I don’t take the chance to read nearly as many short story collections as I should. For some reason, the longer form stories seem to dominate my attention and something about reading short stories reminds me of taking lit classes in college and I feel like I’m going to be graded on my interpretation of the work. 805 more words

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