Behind the Wattles Kindle ✓ Behind the eBook

Behind the Wattles Kindle ✓ Behind the eBook

Behind the Wattles [KINDLE] ✽ Behind the Wattles Author David Vernon – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Fifty six flash fiction and twenty one microfiction stories feature in this anthology of cunningly clever award winning stories from the Stringybark Flash and Microfiction Awards From murder mysteries Fifty six flash fiction and twenty one microfiction stories feature in this anthology of cunningly clever award winning stories from the Stringybark Flash and Microfiction Awards From murder mysteries to goldfish and World War to pavlova well known and emerging short story writers demonstrate their skill in weaving compelling tales in fewer than one thousand words.


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  1. Lynxie Lynxie says:

    Behind the wattles is a collection of mostly Australian writer's flash and micro fiction Each of the entries in the book either placed or was highly commended in Stringybark Publishing's flash and micro fiction competitions in 2012Every entry is either under 1000 words flash fiction or under 100 words micro fiction It is a true gift to be able to sucker punch your reader in the guts in less words than most of us would put in an email to someoneThe absolute highlight for me in this book was Getting by by Maggie Veness The 869 words of this story were so emotionally charged they left me feeling bereft and broken upon finishing Yet it was a strangely comforting story too one of love and surviving and doing anything for those you cherish Another great story this time a micro fiction was Slim Hope by Michael B Fletcher Those 50 words tell of a great adventure Yet of the 12 people I showed this to only four of us 'got it' It was an interesting result For what I thought of instantly others hadn't the foggiest idea about Isn't imagination and creativity great?Interestingly of the five stories I flagged as my favourites only one of them actually placed in the competition and that one entry was not my favourite favourite if you get what I mean I found this interesting as I wondered how the judging occurred I really liked getting a little information about the authors after each on their stories It made me feel as if I somehow understood their stories better for thatNow this 153 page book took me four days to read and it shouldn't have I mused over this last night with my husband and I think it may have been because of the font used in the printing The pages seemed heavier and densely filled than even the 400 page book I read over the weekend I can't say that feeling has happened to me before but I think next time I might get a kindle copy so I can change spacing and fontsAll up some great stories by a wide variety of authors Stringybark Publishing and David Vernon as well as all the authors should be supremely proud of this little collectionYou can buy this book from Stringybark directly or you can also find it on Smashwords I fear that by not being available on these books by Stringybark might be missing a larger readership So guys if you want to give this one a try please head over to Smashwords and pick up an electronic copy today You won't regret it


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1 thoughts on “Behind the Wattles

  1. Lynxie Lynxie says:

    Behind the wattles is a collection of mostly Australian writer's flash and micro fiction Each of the entries in the book either placed or was highly commended in Stringybark Publishing's flash and micro fiction competitions in 2012Every entry is either under 1000 words flash fiction or under 100 words micro fiction It is a true gift to be able to sucker punch your reader in the guts in less words than most of us would put in an email to someoneThe absolute highlight for me in this book was Getting by by Maggie Veness The 869 words of this story were so emotionally charged they left me feeling bereft and broken upon finishing Yet it was a strangely comforting story too one of love and surviving and doing anything for those you cherish Another great story this time a micro fiction was Slim Hope by Michael B Fletcher Those 50 words tell of a great adventure Yet of the 12 people I showed this to only four of us 'got it' It was an interesting result For what I thought of instantly others hadn't the foggiest idea about Isn't imagination and creativity great?Interestingly of the five stories I flagged as my favourites only one of them actually placed in the competition and that one entry was not my favourite favourite if you get what I mean I found this interesting as I wondered how the judging occurred I really liked getting a little information about the authors after each on their stories It made me feel as if I somehow understood their stories better for thatNow this 153 page book took me four days to read and it shouldn't have I mused over this last night with my husband and I think it may have been because of the font used in the printing The pages seemed heavier and densely filled than even the 400 page book I read over the weekend I can't say that feeling has happened to me before but I think next time I might get a kindle copy so I can change spacing and fontsAll up some great stories by a wide variety of authors Stringybark Publishing and David Vernon as well as all the authors should be supremely proud of this little collectionYou can buy this book from Stringybark directly or you can also find it on Smashwords I fear that by not being available on these books by Stringybark might be missing a larger readership So guys if you want to give this one a try please head over to Smashwords and pick up an electronic copy today You won't regret it

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