Short Story Fiction Collections

Short Story Fiction Collections

With just ten stories in all, Divyank writes about situations in which characters, are often put in situations fraught with uncertainty and proves quite adept at evoking social nuance. This is clearly evident in stories like Separation Anxiety, Back To Darkness and A Long March Home where tragedy, relationships and predatory sexual behaviour are briefly illuminated.

Christian Historical Fiction

Christian Historical Fiction

With his seemingly endless talent for absorbing storytelling regardless of time, place or culture, Neil Perry Gordon builds on his previous success with ‘THE NAZARITE-The Untold story of Samson and Delilah’. Breathing life into this miraculous and fantastical Biblical account, Gordon lends an air of believability to the astonishing events in the life and downfall of Samson the Nazarite.

Essay Collections About Soldiers

Essay Collections About Soldiers

The essay collection has become a curious genre in recent years but for every writer that proves themself a sophisticated and shrewd observer of reality, another dismays us when ego takes the reigns. But Gibbons’ essays refreshingly escape any sense of vanity as he shares powerful stories that are both questing and vulnerable in their candour.

Must-Read Short Story Collections

Must Read Short Story Collections

Leaving us with images that linger in our thoughts Ha’s All the Rivers Flow into the Sea & Other Stories is simply superb and an unreservedly recommended five stars read!

Fryerworks – best short stories

Short Form Fiction To Read

The Best Short Story Collections Reviewed By BookViral Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Fryerworks – The Best Short Stories From Christopher Fryer Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Buy On Amazon UK Buy On Amazon US Christopher’s author website Christopher on Twitter Christopher on Facebook Recommend  for the […]

Resistance, Revolution and Other Love Stories

Best literary Short Stories

K asks us “Is love the most revolutionary of all acts?” And in doing so delivers a swiftly morphing exploration of love that finds a fine balance between sensory impulse and moral testament. Each story being distinct but all drawn together with a common undertone that echoes the wants, struggles and aspirations of life as we seek to make meaning of it.