All three of these book descriptions and their reviews draw me in. I loved Tales of the Unexpected (with memorable the sillhouettes and music at the beginning and end), and those stories are inspiring for writers; spawning new stories in the same style.
The American historical connections attract me to the other two.
I hope I can find time to unbury all three of them sometime from my gigantic tbr mountain.
Welcome to the first of the bookstore author updates this week. To start us off is my own review of Glimpses, the short story collection by Hugh W. Roberts. Glimpses has been sat on my desk since before Christmas and I have been dipping in and out in the last couple of weeks enjoying the 28 stories. Some I have read before on Hugh’s blog but nevertheless there is always something new to discover in each of the tales.
About the book
After publishing some of his short stories on his blog, Hugh W. Roberts, who suffers from dyslexia, received numerous requests to publish his short stories in a book. Here, at last, are 28 short stories that will take your mind on a rollercoaster of a ride into worlds that conceal unexpected twists and turns.
‘Glimpses’ allows the reader a peek into the lives of everyday people who are…
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