A collection of six short stories ranging from the humorous to the poignant that transport the reader through cosy English living rooms to the wilds of Scotland and further afield to farflung places such as Greece and India. Three of these stories are also available on Kindle as individual short stories. The collection includes stories that have won awards, been published in paperback or read out on BBC radio.
Five mystery tales set in Colorado. Sarah Spillman, a sassy Denver police detective. Reed Ferguson, a witty private eye with a love of film noir and Humphrey Bogart. Kay, a computer nerd with revenge on her mind.
Kindling - a collection of twelve tales by award-winning short story author Stephen Livingston. Written in a wide range of styles and covering a variety of themes from art, science and politics to metamorphosis, madness and murder.
Patchwork is a collection of short stories and essays/articles drawn for the most part from the life experience of the author who was born and grew up in the Appalachian Mountains near Boone, North Carolina during the nineteen forties and fifties. The collection touches on family life, rough weather, folklore, mountain characters, and long-held Appalachian traditions. Patchwork is a "good read" minus the stereotypes often applied to mountain people and their culture.
Extinction Chronicles brings the events of mankind at critical points of development out of the shadows and into the light. Hazel, a collection of four stories, presents segments of life from the perspective of Kaley Walls. Kaley is a young entrepreneur who is about to discover her niche in the universe.