Harold Creeny's Unfortunate Day

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Life's an adventure waiting to reward those determined to discover its pleasures! But Harold Creeny is having none of it. There are germs and dangers waiting to happen around every corner. He couldn’t be expected to daily risk his life like the rest of the careless inhabitants of the world. Well... until the fate decides to kick his ass without his permission, that is. More
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About Scott J. Callaway

Scott J. Callaway was born and raised in the small Maritime fishing community of Escuminac, New Brunswick. As a child, his most despicable moment was when he left his sister for dead in a hole in the snow while trying to escape the evil clutches of a talking doll. Because seriously… That thing was scary! It was that moment when he realized he could never be a hero, and would have to settle with writing about them instead. Currently, he and his wonderful wife and beautiful daughter live by the sea with a cat who loves to sing for her breakfast whether they like it or not. He draws energy from peace and quiet and values the stillness of a room while enjoying a good book. His dream is to someday be able to share all the things he makes up in his head with the world.

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Review by: James Jenkins on March 28, 2014 :
An interesting look at risk and OCD.
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Review by: MeowJolene on March 16, 2014 :
Love this short story form beginning to end! It is superbly written and edited, I could not find any grammatical errors throughout. It keeps you guessing the whole way through and has some delightful twists. This story also has a few tragic turns, but the writer has managed to keep me laughing almost the whole way through with his sense of humour and sharp wit. This short story has a sense of danger, is packed with humour, and a very paranoid man named Harold Creeny. I encourage everyone to sit down and give this a read, it is well worth it.

Thank you for the delightful read!
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Review by: tony parsons on March 10, 2014 :
Harold watched it snowing from his 5th floor office. PPL were dying at alarming rates. Harold had slipped on the janitor’s wet floor. He was OK, made it to his car when he was approached by an assailant with a gun. Harold & his kidnapper met up with the other crew members (Tony, Ricky, Bobby).
Cool book cover, great font & writing style. A fairly well mysterious crime short story (book). Not always easy to read/follow from start/finish. Quite a few twists/turns. No grammar errors, repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of interesting scenarios & a great set of characters. Not sure this story made a whole lot of sense to me. That said I will have to rate it at 3/5 stars.
Thank you for the free short story (book)
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
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Review by: David Rice on March 6, 2014 :
This story is awesome! Very well done. Worth ten times what I paid, even! Thank you.
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