Short Stories

“On Being Welsh” in a land ruled by the English  By Roger Moore

“On Being Welsh” in a land ruled by the English By Roger Moore

Stories that seem true or maybe even memoir make up this winsome and often dark turn of tales in this new offering by Moore.

Thirty Short Stories By Gary Alexander Azerier

Thirty Short Stories By Gary Alexander Azerier

In Thirty Short Stories, author Gary Alexander Azerier has shed light on a period that comprises the greater half of the 20th Century. His detailed acknowledgement of the many incidental differences that separate the contemporary world is the true spice of Nostalgia as it is intended to be.

Review of Out of Iceland by Ann Cassin

Review of Out of Iceland by Ann Cassin

Out Of Iceland by Ann Cassin is an exciting weekend read, and an education in, not only Science, but of Iceland, as well, and in sufficient detail to present a clear proof of presence to the reader.

 Out of the Ordinary Short Stories by Floriana Hall, Ist Books, USA, 2002, pp. 200, ISBN 1-4033-6026-X

Out of the Ordinary Short Stories by Floriana Hall, Ist Books, USA, 2002, pp. 200, ISBN 1-4033-6026-X

Poe understood very well the significance of "invention, creation, imagination, originality" in fictional literature. We notice these characteristics in nonfiction and fictional short stories by Floriana Hall. The stories depict life in its real complexities, and "convey definite inspirational messages. " The stories are remarkable for their variety. "Of Prayer and Angels" reveals her belief in angels. The story is full of tenderness and pity, as the author illustrates how her faith in God was intensified at the age of seven in the summer of 1934. "The out-of body experience had a definite effect on my life." "Shaun's Quest" is a children's story, which teaches tolerance.