The G Particle

Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
A day in the life of G isn't exactly what it seems. Although the mundane seems inevitable, there is something that G does not know.
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Words: 540
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311657763
About Y Correa

Y. Correa is a proud Hispanic-American mother, daughter, teacher, mentor, author and advocate, among other things. Early on in life Y knew how to multitask and juggle a million and one things. To this day she still doesn't know how she does it.
About 3 years ago, Y embarked on the adventure of her life: she opted to write a book. Though a late bloomer, the task came to her naturally as if it were something that was hidden in her all of that time. Today, Y has published several short stories and a hand full of full length novels and still has many works in progress.
Apart from writing, Y realized that there was a need for a strong support group that would unite all authors, of all walks of life. Quickly she realized that life in this industry was difficult and that there was lots of segregation within the literary ranks.
Just as quickly she decided that she'd make it her mission to change that. Thus the Self-Published/Indie Authors Support Group was born. Through time Y realized that the fight she'd embarked on was rather one sided: traditionally published authors needed advocating and support too. With that, the All Authors Support Group was born. Like bees to honey, authors from all walks of life came.
From the All Authors Support Group, the All Authors Blog Blitz was born, and like an avalanche, everything that is now collectively known as All Authors Publications and Promotions was created.
Some of which are:
All Authors Magazine
All Authors Blog
All Authors Support Group
All Authors Graphic Design
All Authors Blog Blitz
And the company is growing every day, constantly trying to find innovative ways to ADVOCATE ALL AUTHORS AND REACH ALL READERS.

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Review by: Adonis Mann on March 21, 2015 :
Three things that I must say before I go on:

1) It takes some serious gumption to tell an entire story in 500 words.

2) I’m not really enamored all too much with Sci-Fi. It’s not necessarily my cup of tea, if you will.

3) Even with those perspectives, I went into this story in an unbiased way as I am trying very hard to expand my literary horizons.

That being said, I have got to say that I was pleasantly surprised. As a writer of short stories I know first hand that stories can be told without reaching thousands of words yet, doing so in just 500 words is also a very big stretch. Nonetheless, Ms. Correa did it. I was amazed that such a complete and interesting story could be told in less than one page. The end of the story was particularly interesting. I didn’t expect it!

I suppose that my favorite aspect about the story is that while it was classified as Sci-Fi, it didn’t feel like one. I am not sure if you’ll understand what I mean. Personally, I don’t typically read Sci-Fi because I can’t get past the techno-babble and the having to know Rocket Science in order to understand it. That wasn’t the case at all with this little work. It was indeed Sci-Fi but it read like Contemporary Fiction.

I was happily surprised with this micro-short. Not only was it very quick, but it leaves you thinking. That’s the best sort of story. Good things all around. I highly recommend it.
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Review by: Robert Zimmermann on June 12, 2014 :
Quick, entertaining read. Touches on an interesting view on what "God" could be, and how humans can and do "play God" in certain ways. I enjoy reading flash pieces like this, that get just enough into them all while letting the reader think beyond the few hundred words that were written
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Review by: JL Stratton on June 02, 2014 :
A wonderful piece of flash fiction. It is difficult to fully develop a character in flash fiction but this author managed to do it in a manner making the setup appear seamless. Also, a very interesting twist at the end gives the reader something to ponder. Great job. Five stars all the way!
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Review by: Queen of Spades on Jan. 24, 2014 :
A delightful snap shot that reads like "a day in the life". Cool twist at the end of this micro short.
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