Thursday, June 10, 2021

Slimline Tales


Each piece has been inspired by something seen, heard or told about. Much of what you will read is based on reality and wherever the narrative has strayed from that, it has been in order to create a story or achieve an appropriate ending.

If you have time to read this volume from cover to cover, that’s fine. But if you’re limited to dipping, moments here and there to read just a few words, then equally, this slim volume is for you.

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'Am a huge fan of flash fiction and this is another excellent collection from Chapeltown Books. A lovely mixture of stories, all very well told, and a great book to dip in and out of (which is my preferred reading style). '
'Finding a well written book is difficult. Finding a well written, interesting and funny book is even more challenging but this a real star.

We all consider writing about the stories and events we witness in daily life, but few of us ever do. This is a great example of someone doing it and doing it brilliantly, the fact you can put it down and pick it up at any point without feeling like you’ve forgotten anything is great and only adds to the quality.

The reminiscences and tales are funny and familiar to us all and won’t struggle to draw a chuckle from you whilst reminding you of people you know.

This book is well worth your time and money, give it a chance.'
'The beauty of flash fiction is that there is something for everyone. In this collection there are stories to make you laugh, gasp, shudder and even think! It's a well put together collection that you can dip into when time allows or read right through. It's one that you may well come back to again in the future too.'
ISBN: 9781910542279

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