Sing

Sing Meet a man who doesn t understand women or whales a woman who cries when it rains or is it the other way around and others in this whimsical collection of short stories and vignettes

  • Title: Sing
  • Author: Mary O. Paddock
  • ISBN: 9781478313922
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
  • Meet a man who doesn t understand women or whales, a woman who cries when it rains or is it the other way around , and others in this whimsical collection of short stories and vignettes.

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    1. One of the wonderful things about the emergence of ebooks is that we've seen the market for short fiction come alive again. Mary Paddock's debut offering on gives short fiction fans a satisfying selection of short stories to wrap themselves around.A man's heart is broken by his true love, but he learns that her reasons for spurning him are anything but ordinary. A 9-1-1 dispatcher finds that a seeming nuisance call leads to a nightmare. A family of settlers on a new world find themselves menace [...]

    2. Sing by Mary O Paddock is a collection of stories on topics ranging from mermaids to buffalo on Mars. Even if that sounds strange, her real skill lies in making these tales powerful and believable. Her skill with words shines - when reading her book, I pause frequently to read over a particularly good, quotable line. Her characters are deep and real. This is an excellent book and worth reading by anyone who truly loves good storytelling and writing craft.

    3. Some of the best writing today is found in the independent press if one is willing to sift it from the chaff. This is one of those great finds. Mary Paddock creates characters that come to life, and that, for me, is the key to engaging fiction. Her stories are tightly written and flawlessly edited. I’d recommend this ebook to anyone who enjoys a great story well told.

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