Creative Ink, Flashy Fiction ePUB ë Creative Ink,

Creative Ink, Flashy Fiction ePUB ë Creative Ink,

Creative Ink, Flashy Fiction [Reading] ➺ Creative Ink, Flashy Fiction Author Theodore Jerome Cohen – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk If you like your fiction entwined with fact “faction” this collection of flash fiction less than 250 words per story is for you Theodore Jerome Cohen is an award winning author who has published t If you like your fiction entwined with fact “faction” this collection of flash fiction less than words per story is for you Theodore Jerome Cohen is an award winning author who has published than ten novels—all but one of them mysterythrillers—two short story anthologies and one Young Adult YA mysterythriller written under the pen name Alyssa Devine During his year career he has worked as an engineer scientist CBS Radio Station News Service RSNS commentator private investigator and Antarctic explorer What he’s been able to do with his background is mix fiction Creative Ink, PDF/EPUB ² with reality in ways even his family and friends have been unable to unravel A few of the stories featured here in Book of the series Flash Fiction Anthologies were award winning entries in the weekly Flash Fiction Challenges sponsored by the Website Indies Unlimited Others are based on or inspired by Cohen’s fictionalized autobiography Full Circle and his Det Louis Martelli NYPD series of mysterythrillers Most however are the product of his creative mind prompted by an endless stream of provocative photographs of people animals buildings and landscapes found on a variety of Internet sites Specifically in this volume you’ll find a tale about an injured bomb tracking dog named Drak in Afghanistan a gritty story about a standoff between a detective and a female serial killer the humorous tale about the theft of one of the ueen of England’s swans and a story about a suspenseful conflict between the chief of a Native American tribe and a cowboy In short pun intended there is something in this book for almost every genre and taste.


2 thoughts on “Creative Ink, Flashy Fiction

  1. Carolyn Wilhelm Carolyn Wilhelm says:

    More fabulous flash fiction tantalizing talesI waited for this new book and am not disappointed with the variety and cleverness of the writing pieces The author easily sets the stories in scenes from long ago to modern day from multiple ethnicities and viewpoints The stories span a wide rage of emotion and perspectives Some will tug at my heart a long time such as the one set in an orphanage There are serious military stories interspersed with humorous animal ones such as Photobomb All reveal human truths My grandmother’s first American words were “Vel vel” She always pronounced them that way and some of the characters did too I liked that I am impressed with the ability of the author to authentically represent so many situations with such a deep understanding of human nature Every story ends with a zinger I will be thinking about this book for some time to come


  2. Wisconsin Alumni Wisconsin Alumni says:

    Theodore Jerome Cohen ’60 MS’61 PhD’66AuthorFrom the authorIf you like your fiction entwined with fact “faction” this collection of flash fiction less than 250 words per story is for you Theodore Jerome Cohen is an award winning author who has published than ten novels—all but one of them mysterythrillers—two short story anthologies and one Young Adult YA mysterythriller written under the pen name Alyssa Devine During his 45 year career he has worked as an engineer scientist CBS Radio Station News Service RSNS commentator private investigator and Antarctic explorer What he’s been able to do with his background is mix fiction with reality in ways even his family and friends have been unable to unravelA few of the stories featured here in Book 3 of the series Flash Fiction Anthologies were award winning entries in the weekly Flash Fiction Challenges sponsored by the Website Indies Unlimited Others are based on or inspired by Cohen’s fictionalized autobiography Full Circle and his Det Louis Martelli NYPD series of mysterythrillers Most however are the product of his creative mind prompted by an endless stream of provocative photographs of people animals buildings and landscapes found on a variety of Internet sites Specifically in this volume you’ll find a tale about an injured bomb tracking dog named Drak in Afghanistan a gritty story about a standoff between a detective and a female serial killer the humorous tale about the theft of one of the ueen of England’s swans and a story about a suspenseful conflict between the chief of a Native American tribe and a cowboy In short pun intended there is something in this book for almost every genre and taste


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