Let's Make This Believable

Rated 3.60/5 based on 5 reviews
Flash Story: Have you ever wondered if the things beheld by your public eye are only figments fed to you by the corporate news machine? This is a short, humorous take on the possibility of news media fakery, particularly, space travel. Get a behind the scenes look at the struggles of the actors involved.
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Words: 260
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310792328
About Jason Wallace

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Jason Wallace is an Indie author from the Midwest, aspiring to bring his works to the masses and through this, bring joy into their lives.
He has been writing for more than 20 years, mostly poetry, but since 2011, he has been writing novels and short stories, in various genres.

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Reviews

Review by: Thomas Wright on Dec. 14, 2014 :
Good for being so short and simple, obviously confined by its limitations of length, provides a good chuckle, yet I hope you don't believe what you wrote, that it's just a gag.
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Review by: LoverofBooksCM on Dec. 13, 2014 :
For being so short, I don't know how anyone couldn't like this. It's so quick to read and gives a good chuckle. It's silly but still fun to read, and it states pretty clearly that it was limited in its word count, so what else could be written?
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Review by: Virginia T. Watson on Nov. 02, 2014 :
It had a 160 word limit, so I guess people would expect the author to write a novel with such a limitation. There was no room to write anything. 160 words flies by and leaves nowhere to go.
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Review by: Sachin Gupta on Oct. 31, 2014 :
Writing flash fiction is very difficult given the text limit. However, I find reviewing it much more difficult task. Plot was appealing but the end left me desiring for more.
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Review by: Em Brister on Oct. 27, 2014 :
Reviewing a flash fiction story is very difficult as there really is no scope for character development. Setting is unimportant and there is little room for plot development. However, plot is all important (other than grammar and other things) and this story doesn't have much. There's no twist at the end and indeed it all seems quite derivative of "Capricorn One". So how does one rate this? Plot 2 star, humour, nothing much, grammar and spelling, four star. So how about two star all around.
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