Mind Slices: A Collection of New and Previously Published Stories

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Mind Slices: A Collection of New and Previously Published Stories-- These sixteen scans and dissections of the author's brain reveal that he's afflicted with Genre Versatility, the work displaying his aptitude for fantasy, science fiction, mystery, suspense, and mainstream fiction, with some stories blending genres. The diagnosis? Your reading enjoyment. More

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About Kevin Tipple

In addition to having been the editor or assistant editor of several different e-zines, my book reviews appear at my blog Kevin’s Corner at http://kevintipplescorner.blogspot.com/ as well as at various other platforms online. I also am the book reviewer for the Texas edition of the newspaper "Senior News." My short fiction has appeared in magazines such as Lynx Eye, Starblade, Show and Tell, and The Writer's Post Journal among others and online at such places as Mouth Full Of Bullets, Crime And Suspense, Mysterical-e and others.

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New Venture Publishing reviewed on on July 5, 2018

These stories are not for the faint-hearted; as much as he looks like a big teddy bear, Kevin has razor teeth and claws buried in his fiction. His writing is extremely vivid.
Many of these stories are expressly Texan stories, and he brings summer Texas to life in several tales featuring heat, isolation, and humidity. When going to or through Texas, I never minded it much, because I found it a dry heat.
But Kevin's wit is not a dry wit. It's a dark, scary wit. Recommended!
(reviewed 6 years after purchase)
Randy Johnson reviewed on on Oct. 13, 2012
(no rating)
Texas author Kevin R. Tipple offers up a set of tales, some previously published, both short stories and flash pieces, a mixture of suspense, SF, and a bit of horror.

He uses his Texas roots well in these stories with characters like some I have known myself and assigned them the sort of fate we've all imagined for some moron we ran across, but of course wouldn't actually do. Kevin gleefully does in a fictional manner, probably the best way for us civilized humans to act.

(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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