Stumbling Through Adulthood

Linked Stories
By John Sheirer

Stumbling Through Adulthood: Linked Stories by award-winning author John Sheirer is a unique collection of short stories which are subtly linked. There are thirty-one short stories in this anthology with characters that reappear in different stages of their lives. One of my favorites is Are...

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Desert Angels

By Lyman Ditson

Desert Angels by Lyman Ditson invites us to take a walk in the desert. After meeting Boris the Angel, who speaks with a Slavic accent and has a bold head, but very persuasive wings, the protagonist finds himself on an old ship led by a...

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Maggie's Story

By Diana Stout

Maggie's Story by Diana Stout tells us about a young girl from the Bowery, an impoverished suburb of New York. The events take place at the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth centuries. Maggie lives in poverty. She struggles to get...

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Casualties and Survivors

Stories
By Len Joy

Len Joy’s short story collection, Casualties and Survivors, contains twenty-eight stories that vary in length. Every story deals with relationships, ranging from basic friendships to loved ones. The theme of this collection varies with each story, with some dealing with the loss of a person...

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Small Smile's Sunday Buddy

and other South Brooklyn Tales
By J.A. McNally

Small Smile's Sunday Buddy and other South Brooklyn Tales by J.A. McNally is an anthology of short stories centered around a man's life with Brooklyn as the backdrop. After a sixteen-hour shift, a nurse begins to wonder about the dreams of her unconscious patient. That...

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Dreams in Eigengrau

By Michael Perge

In his anthology Dreams in Eigengrau, Michael Perge presents ten bizarre tales originating from his dreams. A teenager takes a drug that can make you live in a perpetual state of happiness, making your dreams real. Somewhere, an overambitious expedition along a deserted train track...

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The Bread Company

A Sci-Fi Story
By Andrew Zellgert

All Randy wanted was a simple part-time job. The Bread Company, a restaurant, seemed like the perfect place to work; it promised a safe, mindless job. But strange people claiming to be inspectors of one sort or another invade The Bread Company’s sanctuary, not to...

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Clarissa

The Flight of a Monarch Butterfly
By Maria Elena Lavaud (MEL)

Clarissa: The Flight of a Monarch Butterfly, by Maria Elena Lavaud, highlights the grim reality of domestic violence that many women have come to endure. Clarissa’s husband used his wealth and influence in unspeakable ways against her and she suffered the worst kind of domestic...

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The Hotchkiss

By Pierre Lawrence

What if you had an all-knowing advanced AI that brings out the worst aspects of your character and helps you bury your darkest secrets? The Hotchkiss by Pierre Lawrence may be the answer to that question. This sci-fi satire opens with Charles Crenshaw celebrating his...

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Calling Mr. Nelson Pugh

By Christopher Opyr

Calling Mr. Nelson Pugh by Christopher Opyr is a crime thriller. One lonely night in a hotel room, we are introduced to Mr. Pugh, who is on a business trip. His wife and two daughters are at home in the United States. Mr. Pugh explains...

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