Friday, May 26, 2017

A Dozen Truths: 12 Works of Fiction by Lou Aronica editor, Aaron Brown (Editor)

Published March 14th 2017 by Story Plant

The greatest truths are often revealed in fiction, as exemplified by this stunning anthology of stories that reveal the human condition in bracingly truthful ways. The eternal complexities of sibling relationships are revealed in four-time #1 bestselling author Steven Manchester’s “Lost.” The hope and betrayal that so often underlies love declare themselves in Marcia Gloster’s “Losing Will.” The reality behind a con man’s illusions emerge in Craig Ham’s contest-winning “Tonic and Spirits.” These are three of the dozen truths that will rise from these pages. 

Side by side with the work of national bestselling novelists like Mary Marcus and Earl Javorsky, A DOZEN TRUTHS features the three winners of the 2016 AuthorsFirst Short Story Contest, providing a bold mix of experienced storytelling and fresh new voices.

As entertaining as it is engaging, A DOZEN TRUTHS promises twelve dramatic revelations – and as many powerful reading experiences.
Eric Andersson 
Steven Manchester 
Carmen Siegers 
Marcia Gloster 
Craig Ham 
Lynn Voedisch 
Mary Marcus 
Christopher Slater 
KJ Steele 
Earl Javorsky 
Roger Bagg 
Robert Herzog 

My Thoughts…

A collection of short anthologies is a great way to be introduced to new authors, different genres, and some familiar authors that you haven’t read for a while.   I picked up A Dozen Truths because I am a huge Steven Manchester fan and have found that there are other authors that I will now be searching out more of their work. 

This anthology was fun because of the different genres shared.   There were a few that I would have said were not my type of reads yet I enjoyed them all.   I liked that each individual story gave a bio about each author.    I recommend picking up this great collection and enjoying each short story. 

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