Creative Ink Flashy Fiction

Creative Ink Flashy Fiction[Reading] ➶ Creative Ink Flashy Fiction Author Theodore Jerome Cohen – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk If you like your fiction entwined with fact faction this second collection of “flash fiction” less than 250 words per story is for you Some of the stories featured here were award winning entries If you like your fiction entwined with fact faction this second collection of “flash fiction” less than words per story is for you Some of the stories featured here were award winning entries in the weekly Flash Fiction Challenges sponsored by the Website Indies Unlimited Other tales were inspired by or drawn from the short stories found in Cohen’s The Road Less Taken A Collection of Unusual Short Stories books and or from some of his mysterythrillers Even were inspired by interesting or unusual photographs found on the Internet In Creative Ink Flashy Fiction Flash Creative Ink PDF/EPUB or Fiction Anthology – Book you’ll find a tale about World War II that may make you wonder whether or not what you are reading is fiction; the lowdown on the first selfie ever taken; an intellectual conversation at the shore between a dog and an elephant while they observe a formation of Canadian geese; and a story about a tarot card reading that comes to a troubling conclusion In short pun intended there is something in this book for almost every genre and taste. Seventy three pictures in Ted Cohen's capable hands leads to hours of entertainment They are diverse provocative poignant or hilarious Each story is a riot of feelings small stories that tug alternately at your heart or your funny bone Sometimes they contain famous people like Einstein Sinatra or Capone other times it the everyday people the ones stranded in the dust bowl or with the enemy on the other side of the hedge No matter each is a careful slice of life to be savored in the richness of Cohen's prose and enjoyed over and over again Wide Variety of People Time Periods Cultures Events Vehicles and Buildings All Ending with ZingersThese are multigenre fictionnonfiction based on true events and photos with witticisms clever wordplay puns and sudden changes of perspective It is full of surprises This is such a fun read especially when you get to the endnotes and learn even about the background of many of the stories Blues Radio and Jim Crow situation Paris 1806 a crowd of paroled prisoners come to an untimely end changing oil never seeing a sweetheart after graduation Alice in Wonderland famous uotes woven into some of the stories the Titanic orchestra music Al Capone child chimney sweeps bowling shoes a French roadster for 2850 and an adorable baby fairy I want to adopt There is even and it is like comedy but includes higher level thinking Highly recommend Theodore Jerome Cohen ’60 MS’61 PhD’66AuthorFrom the authorIf you like your fiction entwined with fact “faction” this collection of flash fiction less than 250 words per story is for you Theodore Jerome Cohen is an award winning author who has published than ten novels—all but one of them mysterythrillers—two short story anthologies and one Young Adult YA mysterythriller written under the pen name Alyssa Devine During his 45 year career he has worked as an engineer scientist CBS Radio Station News Service RSNS commentator private investigator and Antarctic explorer What he’s been able to do with his background is mix fiction with reality in ways even his family and friends have been unable to unravelA few of the stories featured here in Book 2 of the series Flash Fiction Anthologies were award winning entries in the weekly Flash Fiction Challenges sponsored by the Website Indies Unlimited Others are based on or inspired by Cohen’s fictionalized autobiography Full Circle and his Det Louis Martelli NYPD series of mysterythrillers Most however are the product of his creative mind prompted by an endless stream of provocative photographs of people animals buildings and landscapes found on a variety of Internet sites Specifically in this volume you’ll find a tale about World War II that may make you wonder whether or not what you are reading is fiction; the lowdown on the first selfie ever taken; an intellectual conversation at the shore between a dog and an elephant while they observe a formation of Canadian geese; and a story about a tarot card reading that comes to a troubling conclusion In short pun intended there is something in this book for almost every genre and taste