Category: Short stories

Guest Author Feature – Sally Cronin on #Friendship and a Sneak Peak of her Upcoming Book

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  I am thrilled to have back over here, Sally Cronin of the wonderful Smorgasbord Invitation. Sally is one of the busiest bloggers and authors I know, and that is saying a lot because as writers, we are always busy juggling many things at once. But Sally runs her always informative and entertaining blog where she […]

Sunday Book Review and Special Guest Feature with Colleen Chesebro – Fairies, Myths, & Magic

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Today, my Sunday Book Review has a bonus feature added to my review. My dear friend and writer extraordinaire, and my Sister of the Fey, Colleen Chesebro is celebrating the birth of her new release – Fairies, Myths, & Magic. Today I’m featuring Colleen and her new book here for you to get to know more […]

“Celebrate the Summer Solstice,” A Tanka Poem | Colleen Chesebro ~ The Fairy Whisperer

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  I want to congratulate my soul Sister of the Fey, Colleen Chesebro for her upcoming release this week! Her beautiful book of Fairies, Myths and Magic will be available June 21st.   I’ve stretched the limits of my Weekly Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge this week, but I have a good reason as you will see below. […]

Smorgasbord Short Stories – Flights of Fancy – Getting Away with Murder by Sally Cronin | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

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  Today I’m sharing an empowering post by Sally Cronin of the Smorgasbord Invitation. Sally has published several books and many of them are themed with short stories.  Sally has generously shared one of these short stories today from her book -Flights of Fancy. This story reflects on decisions we make in life when it […]

Smorgasbord Short Stories – Tales from the Garden – The Goose and the Lost Boy by Sally Cronin | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

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Story Share   Today I want to share another of Sally Cronin‘s beautiful, heartwarming stories, which she is well known for. Sally is generously sharing stories from her book – Tales from the Garden. She is currently working on her follow up book, Tales from the Irish Garden, where of course, Sally has moved her […]

Sunday Book Review – The Lottery by Shirley Jackson

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

Sunday Book Review   Today’s Sunday Book Review is on a very short book – a short story titled The Lottery, written by Shirley Jackson. It was first published in 1948 in the June edition of the New Yorker Magazine, which made her famous.   I don’t even know how I came across this book […]

Share Your Short Story – January 2018 | Stevie Turner, Indie Author.

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Writing Opportunity!     Stevie Turner is generously inviting writers to submit your short stories once a month to her blog to be showcased and one winner each month will be announced and featured in her newsletter! And as a bonus, entries will be added to an anthology at the end of the year! Check […]

Sunday Book Review #ABRSC – What’s In a Name? Volume 2 by Sally Cronin

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

Sunday Book Review Welcome back to the first of my Sunday Book Reviews for the new year. I’m starting the year off with my review for multibook author, promoter and blogger, Sally Cronin’s heartwarming book – What’s in A Name? Volume 2.   This review is also a contribution to the Facebook Group #ABRSC (Authors/Bloggers Rainbow […]

My Most Popular Post of 2017 featuring Author, D.G. Kaye – colleenchesebro.com

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Guest Feature at #Fairies #Myths and #Magic   My Most Popular Post of 2017 featuring Author, D.G. Kaye PUBLISHED ON 31 Dec 2017 by Colleen Chesebro Happy New Year 2018! I want to wish all of my friends a happy and healthy New Year. We’ve all been through a doozy of a year. There are great things ahead for […]

Sunday Book Review – Sarah Brentyn – On the Edge of a Raindrop

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

Sunday Book Review To end off the year, today I’m sharing my review on Sarah Brentyn’s – On the Edge of a Raindrop, short fictional stories that make you ponder about real life. It was Sarah’s writing that got me thinking about the ‘less is more’ theory about writing, using short micro bursts of story to […]

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