Craig did it again! 😀
“All right, why so excited – this is what an author does: write. No surprises, here.” This or something similar might cross your mind.
You need to know that this author does not stick to one genre. His writing convinces every time. This time, he surprises us with a collection of short stories and micro-fiction. It is harder to write a short story and/or micro-fiction than to write a full length novel; the author needs to provide the reader with all necessary information without creating too many words – and without the ‘Plan B’ to explain everything later. Therefore, please join me in standing ovations. 🙂
Description (by Amazon):
A speculative fiction selection of micro-fiction and short stories. These were designed to be short reads for your commute, coffee break, and other times when readers are pressed for time. This book contains a bit of science fiction, some fantasy, and paranormal stories.
I’m excited to see short fiction returning in popularity. I hope you will enjoy these stories as much as I did.
Genre: Speculative Fiction, Micro-Fiction, Short Story
Length: 114 pages (print version)
Release Date: 2015-09-15
Amazon (US): pre-order link +++ available for pre-order +++
Amazon: C. S. Boyack
To get to know C. S. Boyack’s writing, I have listed my reviews below. This list is incomplete as I am still reading The Cock of the South (Cobby is quite a character!), whereas The Experimental Notebook of C. S. Boyack is one of my next reads.
Lisa Burton will be visiting my blog this week. Lisa is C. S. Boyack’s assistant in his writing cabin, an amazing detective – the star of Wild Concept and a vital guest detective for solving a mysterious case in my flash fiction series Neighbors! on my blog https://inasmallcompass.wordpress.com/. You may also know her as she was ‘My Character of the Year 2014’ and from my interview: Interview – Lisa Burton