Fifteen bite sized stories, offering a sampler platter of fantasy, science fiction, and paranormal horror Within these pages, you ll find flower fairies, alien brothels, were bears, and sentient houses Step inside a museum where all the displays are haunted, follow a siren into the underworld as she searches for Persephone, and discover the doors that lie, literally, beh Fifteen bite sized stories, offering a sampler platter of fantasy, science fiction, and paranormal horror Within these pages, you ll find flower fairies, alien brothels, were bears, and sentient houses Step inside a museum where all the displays are haunted, follow a siren into the underworld as she searches for Persephone, and discover the doors that lie, literally, behind the heart Featuring stories by Shannon Phillips, Adam Gaylord, Rebecca Roland, Dianne Williams, M.T Reiten, Larry Hodges, Anya J Davis, Jamie Lackey, Megan Neumann, Kristina Wojtaszek, Gregory Scheckler, Sandi Leibowitz, Nora Mulligan, Tom Howard, and A.E Decker Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Kindle Edition, 141 pages Published August 9th 2016 by World Weaver Press More Details Original Title Speculative Story Bites ASIN B01HTSVHU2 Edition Language English Other Editions None found All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Speculative Story Bites, please sign up
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Speculative Story Bites Fifteen bite sized stories offering a sampler platter of fantasy science fiction and paranormal horror Within these pages you ll find flower fairies alien brothels were bears and sentient house
This book is a Library Thing Early Reviewer program edition I received in return for a review It is a collection of short stories What follows is my impression of each of the stories The title for the collection is apt The collection offers readers a chance to speculate Many readers, many different interpretations There is an interesting short biography at the end of each story that offers the reader writings by their favorite authors.The Business of Thorns by Shannon Phillips Imagine This book [...]
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review I loved this book of 15 short stories They were diverse and included flower faeries, werebears, cats, butterflies, haunted objects, taxidermy and re animation.
World Weaver Press gave me a wonderful opportunity free in exchange for an honest review to review a delightful book entitled Speculative Story Bites, an anthology of fifteen short stories These stories had every type of character the speculative fan could want magic, fairies, vengeful trees, androids, and talking cats While vulgar language in some of the stories was a bit overdone for my taste, it did fit in with the character s vocabulary and temperament One of my favorite stories was A World [...]
Three and a half starsA mix of short stories of varying lengths focusing on Horror and Sci Fi with a little YA for good measure Like most collections of short stories, this compendium is a bit of a mixed bag Some are really well written and captivating, and others are so so I particularly liked The Museum of Haunted Objects by Megan Neumann Overall the collections offers a set of easy to read short stories.
I didn t get This Old House The Legacy of the Butterfly King John Knocking A Persistence of Ghosts Granny Grizz I just didn t like it, wasn t what I usually read The Business of Thorns Three Grams The Museum of Haunted Objects Really, really liked The Gift of Death All the Pieces of my Heart My favorite of all the stories Ligeia but then again I m big fan of mythologyIt was okay, interesting at least Hummer The Wild Corner First Cat Bittersweet
I received this book free from the Imaginarium convention in Louisville, Kentucky.
I couldn t read it all cuz it kinda turn me off with some swearing words