Tag: short story

Ékleipsis: the Abyss (Book Review #1285)

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)”

The Fabric Over The Moon by Ferran Plana (Book Review #1218)

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)”

Why Tales? by Valeri Stanoevich

Today short story is literary Cinderella. While it waits and shivers at the thresholds of Today short story is the literary Cinderella. While it waits and shivers at the thresholds of publishers, the other literary genres which are considered serious pass through. It is… Continue Reading “Why Tales? by Valeri Stanoevich”

Academic Displacement by Michael Shotter (Book Review #675)

Academic Displacement is a novelette written about Roy Carter whose life utterly changes from being perfect to less than idyllic without really changing much about it.

The Tequila Diaries: Organ Donor by Jamie Horwath (Book Review #619)

The tequila diaries is a short story written about Creek and Jennifer. This horror book revolves around this couple and what changes their world around. They both are drug users and very funny. Their life achievements consist of passing their driver’s test, and when… Continue Reading “The Tequila Diaries: Organ Donor by Jamie Horwath (Book Review #619)”

Why Write? by Rob Shackleford by Rob Shackleford

  Why Write? Rob Shackleford Author of ‘Traveller Inceptio’   My Writing Background I have been writing for quite a few years. While I was heavily engaged in academic and business writing, to be a more literary writer was never a fondly nurtured dream.… Continue Reading “Why Write? by Rob Shackleford by Rob Shackleford”

Treading the Uneven Road by Lorna Brown (Book Review #559)

Treading the Uneven Road by Lorna Brown   Treading the uneven road is a short collection storybook that is all set in a small village in the early 1980s and ’90s. Each story is filled with passion and interesting characters. It focuses on Ireland… Continue Reading “Treading the Uneven Road by Lorna Brown (Book Review #559)”

Screams before dawn by Heinrich Von Wolfcastle (Book Review #546)

Screams before dawn is a collection of twelve short horror stories. Each story is a love letter filled with contents such as regret, dystopian nature, dark humor, fear and Halloween style haunting storylines. The author covers most horror subgenre categories and is most suitable… Continue Reading “Screams before dawn by Heinrich Von Wolfcastle (Book Review #546)”

Fires of Lothia by Katherine Bryant (Book Review #510)

Fired of Lothia is a novella telling the story of Branna. Branna is a strong girl with high spirits who can ride a horse and fight along men using a sword. The story is short but quite eventful.