Moonshadows: 12 Nostalgic Snapshots of Life

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
This is a collection of 12 nostalgic short stories, each reflecting a snapshot of life. You'll find nothing here about death, dying, science fiction, horror, or history. You will find stories that make you smile or laugh out loud. More

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Words: 14,560
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310722448
About Ted Atoka

Ted Atoka is a multi-genre author with more than15 titles available for purchase. Humorous contemporary fiction is his specialty. However, he recently jumped genres and published a psycho-terror yarn called, Jitters, and explored the paranormal in A Kawasaki Morning. He's currently at work on two series as well as several other books. Ted recently published Book 3 of the Villa Paradiso series and Book 2 of the Bean Town Investigations series will soon be available.

Atoka and "Wifey" both enjoy the outdoors, as well as the excitement of life in a big city. They have a Scots Terrier and a 102-lb. Rhodesian Ridgeback/Boxer mix. All live together happily, on the side of a dirt road.

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Reviews

Review by: Sue M Van on Dec. 03, 2014 :
This is a book readers of all ages may enjoy. Young people to learn what life was all about when their grandparents were young, and older readers to bring back fond memories of years gone by. 12 short stories guaranteed to bring a smile to your face. The author has done an amazing job of telling the story as it should be told, with accuracy and feeling. I highly recommend this story.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: ANTHONY HULSE on Nov. 14, 2014 :
This was yet another gem of a read by talented author, Ted Atoka. If you feel down, read this and see out the day with a smile on your face. A blend of witty short stories, with colourful characters I hope actually exist. Beautifully written, and so real, I can almost taste that pumpkin juice. I so look forward to reading more by Ted.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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