What the Crap?

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
With titles like How to Bacon Wrap a Vampire and Customers are Parasites how could you resist such an odd collection of stories. Some stories are biographical, and some come from the weird corners of my mind, good luck figuring out which ones are which. There are ghost stories from a small town, and from other places. Welcome to the wild ups and downs of my stories.
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About Daniel Forbes

Daniel is a desert rat living in a ghost town cause ghosts are better company. He collects crafts, preferably ones that a becoming rare. Writing and his various crafts are the way he deals with life. He is married to a wonderful woman who is both his illustrator and inspiration. A quote from Daniel "Peanut butter chocolate chips cookies rule."

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Sahreth 'Baphy' Bowden reviewed on Oct. 3, 2020

I loved Daniel Forbes' 'Yetti Boys' and this anthology lived up to the expectations his other book gave me! (Also shoutout to Kathleen Fulton for the awesome artwork on both books)

This collection of short stories has a bit of almost everything. Ghosts, secretive organizations, romance, adventure, social message, mental health/illness, paranormal twists, time travel, fantasy... There's no set genre, but the overlying atmosphere of the book is positive. Not to say there weren't dark or otherwise grim/weary parts; just that the majority of the stories held what feels like the author's personal brand of positivity.

My favorite stories were:
'Bacon Wrapped Vampire' (and its followup- 'Who Eats Who?), which centers around a vigilante cannibal.
'Mules,' where one girl's adventure changes the life of boy from years past.
'Shoe Tree,' a sweet yet heartbreaking life of a tree and a wayward spirit that really left an emotional impression on me.
and 'Merick's First Solo Hunt,' the story which apparently inspired the author's novel 'Yetti Boys' (a book I also recommend reading).

But to be honest, I enjoyed all of them. Especially the ones I suspect were the 'biographical' stories mentioned in the book's about section. Definitely great for a few afternoon readings! Regardless of what genres you're into, I'm sure you'll find something to love about 'What the Crap?'
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