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A preview of the author's work with several of her short stories and poems from her beginnings to present. A variety of genres are included with excerpts from some of her published, and soon-to-be-published novels. From flash fiction to a-little-longer short stories, there is also a story in poetic meter. There's romance, romantic suspense, Sci-fi with visions of the future and a space adventure, and fantasies with Celtic and [...]
 
Twisted Flash Fiction Volume 1 - An Anthology Of Really Short Stories (Coffee Break Tales) by Jaime and Raechel Faulkner
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Bites - Ten Tales of Vampires by Rayne Hall, Douglas Kolacki, April Grey, ...
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The Greener Forest by Vonnie Winslow Crist
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Hell's Garden - Mad, Bad and Ghostly Gardeners
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Tapestries and other short stories by Alana Woods
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