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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
If you enjoy eclectic short stories, consider A Presentation of Short Stories Without Regard To Marketing by Fairleigh Brooks as one of your choices. This is a collection of eight stories. In this book you will find everything that your heart desires - from stories on futuristic science that Rod Serling (Twilight Zone/Night Gallery) would love, and stories with sexual overtones, to stories about overcoming your past in order to have a future. My favorites were Newcomer at the WOOL NewsDesk 10 Central, Chasing the Last Digit of Pi, and Life Receding due to their contextual flavors.
A Presentation of Short Stories Without Regard To Marketing by Fairleigh Brooks was exciting for me because there was a wide array of stories all contained in one book. Fairleigh did a great job in keeping my interest with the story types, due to the variety. I found each of them intriguing. Each story also had a little secret sauce of its own that made it engaging. Just as life is about diversity as well as highs and lows, why not read a book that offers the same thing? Get a copy of A Presentation of Short Stories Without Regard To Marketing by Fairleigh Brooks and enjoy!