More Instant Gratification

November 8, 2012 at 9:00 pm | Posted in Kindle, Short Stories, Writing, Reading | 1 Comment

On Tuesday, I recommended three great little short story collections to satisfy your instant gratification tooth. Here are two more short story collections that are worth your time and money.

A PECULIAR COLLECTION by Lisa C Hinsley was published in February 2012. It is a baker’s dozen of quirky stories with dark themes.

“Ms Hinsley has created a set of stories that range from heartbreaking sadness to noir-ish horror. You’re sure to find several that will send a chill up your spine and raise the hairs on the back of your neck. Well-written, quick read with fabulous scene-setting and descriptions.” ( From Amazon Reviews)

A Peculiar Collection is FREE at Amazon for your Kindle. Get it here.

Travel to India from the comfort of your e-reader with Lakshmi Raj Sharma’s MARRIAGES ARE MADE IN INDIA; published in May 2012.

“This fine collection of short stories shows what a master can do when writing in one of our most important forms of fiction, the short story. The entire collection hangs together in mood and theme and will be the source of much entertainment for readers eager to voyage to India from their ebook.” ( An Amazon Reviewer)

Marriages Are Made In India is available on Amazon for $2.99  Click here to download it.
Enjoy the read!

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  1. Thanks so much for visiting my blog and for your Like’s! Thank you too for your book reviews. They mean a lot to writers like me. Please keep in touch and thanks again.

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