Book: Bowlful of Bunnies by L.S. Engler
categories: Book, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Contemporary, Magical Realism, Zombies, Collection, Anthology, Shapeshifters, Historical Fiction, Martin Luther, Communist China, Short Stories
L.S. Engler about this book: Plot bunnies. As authors, we all have them. Small ones, fluffy ones, big fat ones with long droopy ears. Some of them we can't stand, some of them are the most precious little balls of fluff we've ever been honored to hold in our hands. And L.S Engler has a bowlful of them in this little collection touted by most reviewers as delightful. D.J. Lutz was even inspired to claim that she was a "Talent Deserving Wider Recognition" after reading the collection.
Featuring `17 short stories, there's a little bit of something for everyone inside this book, from fantasy and science fiction to contemporary literary and historical fiction, you'll get retellings of fairy tales and trips to Communist China. You'll get Martin Luther and zombies and evil shadow monsters. You'll get sweetness, bittersweetness, heartbreak, and heart warming tales, too. It covers over ten years of work, since Engler first started out as an impressionable young creative writing student to the person she is today, with many more great tales to come.
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