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Guest Authors A Short Story Collection

Ron Curtis

Guest Authors A Short Story Collection contains original works that were carefully selected from obscure, little known authors. These fascinating fourteen short stories entertain, captivate, intrigue, mystify and horrify. Many of these stories have valuable themes and morals that are appropriate for secondary classroom use. This collection was targeted for all those young at heart, which of course, is everyone. The contributing authors in this collection are: Scair E. Storie, Ghast Lee Tale, U.B. Smartt, Smoke N. Gunn, Ester Whipple, Rupert "Rip" Tile, and Sandford "Sandy" Beach. Read Scair E. Storie's three adventures of Juan, Carlos, and Natalie, as Carlos delves into a mysterious, brand new way of living. Then learn little known cosmetology facts by Scair E. Storie's beautiful wife, Ghast Lee Tale. Be introduced to the intriguing thematic literature of U.B. Smartt, and his very wise teachings. U.B. has kindly contributed four of his works to this collection. Smoke N. Gunn's genre is 'The Old West'. He has graced this volume with the love torn, "Lightning Lewis", the unwilling 'Fastest Gun in The West'. You've probably heard of, or personally know, Ester Whipple the perennial 'Strictest Teacher of the Year' award winner. She has contributed "The Pass", a detailed account of what really happens in high schools today. Rupert "Rip" Tile, a Ph.D. in herpetology, fascinates us with a captivating tale about planet Earth's last Golden Age. Meet Dr. Lozano, the world famous research scientist, who is driven to continue his valuable research in three horrific collections by Sandford "Sandy" Beach. PLEASE, don't read any of these three stories before going to bed, you may have a sleepless night! Dive in, and enjoy.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Publish Date: Jun 27th, 2006
  • Pages: 220
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.63in - 1.06lb
  • EAN: 9781420873542
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