Based in Singapore, Werner Kho is the author of four chapbooks, with three forthcoming in 2014. He is an avid writer who concentrates more on poetry and short stories. He chooses to focus more on writing contemporary works that are more relatable to the everyday audience. He has also been placed in the Gardens by the Bay: River of Life competition organised by The British Council for his poem "Emerald in the Sea". While he isn’t concentrating on getting his first collection of poetry out, he is trying to find ways to be as wrapped up as comfortably in a blanket as a burrito.
on Jan. 24, 2014 :
Tommy lived with his parents in a little house by the forest. He went every day to find stuff for his mom to cook. He fed/played with a lot of the animals. Tommy Mom wanted him to take some soup to his sick grandma, he had to go through the forest & it was stormy out. a shadow took the shape of a wolf & was stalking Tommy shadow from behind the trees.
You have to read it all the way through. What a delightful children’s short story (tale).
A very easy rating of 5 stars.
Thank you for the free short story (book)
Tony Parsons (Washburn)
(review of free book)