Brooklyn Bites: A Pickle & Carrot Cake

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The fifth and sixth stories in the Brooklyn Bites series, A Pickle & Carrot Cake look at the discomfort often caused by speaking the truth.

In A Pickle, a woman pressures a man to reveal more about himself, but she is ultimately unable to handle what he reveals.

In Carrot Cake, a woman prepares a Lebanese feast for her family and cannot begin to predict the uncomfortable reaction she elicits. More

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Language: English
About Scott Stabile

The planets have aligned around my writing in some cool ways. I've published a handful of kids' books, created a Discovery Network series and had a feature length screenplay produced (hopefully to see theaters). Now I'm focusing on short stories and a novel.

I live in Brooklyn - in Greenpoint - and am a big fan of NYC and of this borough in particular. Life is good. And I'm grateful.

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Review by: Goran Duvancic on April 15, 2012 :
I love short stories, and I really love these Brooklyn Bites short stories. Where did this author come from? His writing style really captures me, from one story to the next. My favorite is still A Little Taste of Chocolate from the first volume, but Carrot Cake is a close second. The author creates a deep and thoughtful mood so nicely in his writing. Even the most basic actions seem poetic somehow. Great work again, and I look forward to more!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Goran Duvancic on April 15, 2012 :
I love short stories, and I really love these Brooklyn Bites short stories. Where did this author come from? His writing style really captures me, from one story to the next. My favorite is still A Little Taste of Chocolate from the first volume, but Carrot Cake is a close second. The author creates a deep and thoughtful mood so nicely in his writing. Even the most basic actions seem poetic somehow. Great work again, and I look forward to more!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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