‘Transforming Souls’ is a collection story filled with short stories that consist of drama, thrill and contemporary style of writing. Each story is relatable, and this enables something for everyone.
‘I remember Clifford’ is a literary short fiction and takes place in several locations, including Boston, Chicago, Prague, and Southern California. The author is inspired to write the collection through his own personal grief, experiences, emotions and how he has processed it all.
‘The Sound of Patriarchy and Other Stories’ is a collection of short stories. It contains a mixture of humorous and sombre storylines that make it suitable for all readers.
‘The Night Fisher Elegies’ is a short storybook filled with reflections and verses that contain elements of personal and enjoyable tales. The book talks about faith, death, family and dreams but also explores the concept of self-reflect through short verses that keep you wanting… Continue Reading “The Night Fisher Elegies by Dean Mayes (Book Review #1408)”
Ékleipsis: the Abyss is the second short story collection filled with suspense, horror, and fiction. Since I had read book one, I was expecting the same quality of writing and penmanship. The author definitely did not disappoint. The premise of the stories was all… Continue Reading “Ékleipsis: the Abyss (Book Review #1285)￼”
Thirteen tales from Japan is a collection of stories discussing the contemporary issues facing Japan. It introduces the reader to a wide range of inspirational and thought-provoking scenes keeping you intrigued.
How to be lonely is a collection of stories written with the intention of examining loneliness and longing for a connection, flaws, struggles, and faults to the heart of a being. They are thought-provoking and short but contain well-balanced characters and enjoyable after effects.
The fabric over the moon is a collection of stories that provide a sense of pleasure and engage the mind. Each story is short, but the characters are developed with care, and it is easy to imagine the described scenes. There is a particular… Continue Reading “The Fabric Over The Moon by Ferran Plana (Book Review #1218)￼”
Tales from the red sun village is the first volume and includes three short stories that are completely different from one another. Each stand to their own merit, where you are invited into a short spam of well-crafted anthology of storytelling.