Short Sharp Shocks

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
SHORT SHARP SHOCKS is a collection of horror, sci-fi and crime stories that barely stretch beyond a page, with the shortest tale being only two words long. These sixty-second tales will force you to make a verbal exclamation, which might be one of humor or disgust or surprise. Whatever your reaction, take it personally—that’s the point of flash fiction. More

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About Simon Wood

Simon Wood is a California transplant from England. He's a former competitive racecar driver, a licensed pilot, an endurance cyclist and an occasional PI. He shares his world with his American wife, Julie. Their lives are dominated by a longhaired dachshund, four cats, three chickens and ten thousand bees. He's the Anthony Award winning author of more than a dozen books. His titles include Working Stiffs, Accidents Waiting to Happen, Paying the Piper, Terminated, Asking For Trouble, We All Fall Down and the Aidy Westlake series. His next thriller is THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY will be out February 2015. He also write horror under the pen name of Simon Janus. Curious people can learn more at http://www.simonwood.net.

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Reviews

James Jenkins reviewed on on Sep. 18, 2014

An interesting collection, some stories are better than others, I found some of them rather thought provoking. As promised in the introduction one of the stories is only two words long. I must admit, as I read through the book, I kept waiting to stumble on it. How good or bad could it be? I loved it!

Could have gotten by with half as many words in the title and the body of the work. but going all out and doubling the word count added that little bit more, that catches you in a split second and makes you smile.

This going in my 'read again' and 'find more' piles
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Jamie J. Buchanan reviewed on on Sep. 2, 2014

A very entertaining collection of flash fiction pieces. Lots of twists and turns, surprise endings and wonderful exposes into fragments of lives. Great for a quick read between train stations, bus stops, or before going to sleep. Although, after some, you may not want to sleep! Thanks for the free read - really good.
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