Review: Behind the Wattles


BehindTheWattles

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Recommended for: Anyone – this book will cater for most reading styles
Read from November 09 to 12, 2014 — I own a copy, read count: 1

Synopsis: 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. Continue reading

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