The Dog Thief and Other Stories

By Laura Koerber writing as Jill Kearney

The Dog Thief and Other Stories is a collection of literary fiction stories written by Jill Kearney. Kearney writes about people living in impoverished and remote parts of Washington State, and the animals who form, in many cases, their reason for living and their connection...

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The Heart Asks No Questions

By Rose D. Franklyn

The Heart Asks No Questions by Rose D. Franklyn is really four stories within the book about four women and their respective love and life journeys. The Heart Asks No Questions is divided into four parts which are listed simply as Sylvia’s Story, Mila’s Story,...

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Tick Tock

A Stitch in Crime
By Gwen Gardner, et al.

Time. We all need it. We all have it. We all use it. But do we honor it the way we should? Do we respect time? There is so much we could do with more time. For writers, there’s so much more we could write...

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The Flowers of Penruddock

A Romance Collection
By Ronnda Eileen Henry

The Flowers of Penruddock: A Romance Collection from Ronnda Eileen Henry is a collection of seven substantial novellas that all focus on the mythical land of Penruddock, which Henry has created and expanded on over time. The novellas all take place over different periods of...

The Congress of the Rough Writers

Flash Fiction Anthology Vol. 1
By Charli Mills

The Congress of the Rough Writers Flash Fiction Anthology Vol. 1 from the writing community of the Carrot Ranch. Edited by Charli Mills and Sarah Brentyn, it includes a broad sample of the group’s output of short stories, which are limited to 99 words ‘no...

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The 12 Terrors of Christmas

A Christmas Horror Anthology
By Claudette Melanson, Lynn Lamb

The 12 Terrors of Christmas by Claudette Melanson is sub-titled A Christmas Horror Anthology. Draw the curtains, dim the lights and open the door to 12 original tales of terror. Find out what Santa wants for Christmas, what he has always wanted. See the cost...

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The Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name

Short Stories
By Fiza Pathan

The Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name: Short Stories by Fiza Pathan is an excellent collection of short stories, all of which revolve around the topic of LGBT worldwide. The Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name contains 21 stories on the lives and...

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The Essence of Life and Love in Australia

By Margaret Lynette Sharp

The 28 short stories in The Essence of Life and Love in Australia by Margaret Lynette Sharp are set against the backdrop of both city and country life in Australia. The collection is diverse and the stories explore reunion, ambition, attraction, serendipity, and the...

The One That Got Away

And Other Short Stories
By Margaret Lynette Sharp

The One that Got Away And Other Short Stories is a collection of three different but engaging stories written by Margaret Lynette Sharp. The entire book doesn’t take long to read, and the stories can literally be read in one short sitting. I certainly believe...

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The Road Less Taken

A Collection of Unusual Short Stories (Book 1)
By Theodore Jerome Cohen

I had the great privilege to review Theodore Jerome Cohen’s Book 2 of The Road Less Taken, and I mentioned there the primary descriptive word for his great skill at short story writing: Gripping. Actually, I may have said: Utterly Gripping. Having the honor then...

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