Tag: short stories

Snow

Snow

| December 3, 2017

Snow has fallen. A man awakes to find his city and its people transformed.

Four Fables

Four Fables

| December 2, 2017

Four mystical tales of murder, revenge, punishment and remorse. Delve into the realm of fantasy, horror and mystery in this enthralling collection of four short stories, handpicked for your entertainment.The first story follows the journey of a teenager, condemned to the depths of hell.The second story explores the horror of an ancient evil, manifested as […]

Stones In My Shoe: Ten Twisted Tales!

Stones In My Shoe: Ten Twisted Tales!

| November 23, 2017

A couple of Rookie Paranormal investigators bite off more than they can chew.An Assassin take a late-night trip to the Woods.Two Fugitive Drug Dealers make a bad career decision.A Captive endures a Terrifying Interrogation.A Budding Tattooist enacts a Terrible Revenge.Is all what it seems? In this Tale of a stranded Motorist.The Korean War, a Roy […]

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Grandma Vs the Tornadao

Grandma Vs the Tornadao

| November 15, 2017

Please note: While not a cozy mystery by any stretch, fans of the genre seem to really enjoy this series.THE GANG FROM THE LAST STOP RETIREMENT COMMUNITY IS BACK IN TWELVE HILARIOUSLY INSPIRING SHORT STORIES AND FOURTEEN NEW ISSUES OF THE LAST STOP BULLETIN! It’s been an eventful year at The Last Stop Retirement Home. […]

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Sparrow Tail

Sparrow Tail

| November 7, 2017

“Sparrow tail” This is a book about two sparrows who liked to boast. But soon they realized that they could not do so, when they got into trouble. Will someone help them? About this you can read further in the book.

Duty: Suspense and Mystery Stories from the Cold War and Beyond

Duty: Suspense and Mystery Stories from the Cold War and Beyond

| November 7, 2017

A collection of previously published and new short stories by author Martin Roy Hill. In the title story, “Duty,” a Cold War soldier faces the prospect of starting WWIII. In “Something Far Away,” a former Coastguardsman must face his ghosts from the past. A Navy investigator faces a different kind of ghost aboard a nuclear […]

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A Dragon, Some Whiskey, and People

A Dragon, Some Whiskey, and People

| November 6, 2017

One red dragon, a whiskey crate on fire, and some unusual people… Sounds interesting, doesn’t it? You’ve found your next read: a compilation of 13 pieces of short fiction, each scene designed to make you think about life. What if dragons were real? Why were spaghetti westerns so popular? Whodunit? and why? Explore a new […]

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Madison and Astrid’s first magical journey

Madison and Astrid’s first magical journey

| October 25, 2017

This story is great for a quick bedtime story! This is a short story about Madison and Astrid’s adventure. A story that is very fun to read with kids. Come and join the adventure of Madison and Astrid as they fly in the sky and see the beauty of the earth! This is an excellent […]

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THE TROUSERS Parables for the 21st Century

THE TROUSERS Parables for the 21st Century

| October 24, 2017

Throughout history, people used parables as a means to provide a refreshing look into various human situations, handing down wisdom and imparting moral values. The audience not only enjoyed the highly intriguing story, but had also the joy of uncovering the truth that was stored within the parable. In a unique blend of inspiration and […]

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Luck Favors The Prepared

Luck Favors The Prepared

| October 23, 2017

In his first collection of non-fiction short stories, Nathaniel Barber allows a peek inside the life observant. Luck Favors the Prepared is a straightforward read, shifting from remote and hilarious documentary to a lived-in memoir, dreamily recalling the absurd dark comedy of death and divorce, landlordship, family, role playing video games, high school, misguided activism, […]

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