A Torn Page – The 2012 Spring Short Fiction Anthology

September 5, 2012 at 9:47 pm (Uncategorized)

A Torn Page – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat; Think With Your Taste Buds; A Book and A Dish

One of the best parts of reading short stories is that it’s like reading ‘a whole bunch’ of books in one. I’ve always loved the fact that I can involve myself in so many stories in such a short period of time and A Torn Page is no exception. The Authors, of which there are too many to list, put the reader into many situations… some make sense, some don’t, some are realistic, some aren’t. Some are happy, some are sad. But one thing they all have in common is that they are enjoyable to read.

Silky is the story of a young lady who returns home to her mother after not speaking to her in several years. Will her mother welcome her with open arms or turn her away. And what will she do when she is introduced to the baby?

In There Was a Naked Man on the Terrace you find yourself thinking ‘what would I do?’ Call the police? Ask him to come in? Or maybe join him? This one was really quite interesting.

Remnants is about the town that was. You ask ‘was what?’ The answer is simply the ‘town that was.’

In Therapy you just might find out that you must be insane to be a therapist. After reading Therapy I must say it makes sense to me.

And one of my favorites was The Day I Met Jesus Christ. Possible? I think so.

Those are just a few of the stories you’ll find in A Torn Page. This is one of those books that you can pick up, read a story at random and come back a week later and read another. A Torn Page will have you thinking and even analyzing what you’ve just read and you just might find yourself reading the same story more than once and coming up with a different conclusion each time.

Review Stir, Laugh, Repeat at Amazon.com

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