Company Man Sighting #1

Rated 3.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Late one night, a mysterious stranger wanders into a diner off the interstate highway. He orders coffee, takes a refill, and steps back out into a downpour. The waiter knows there’s something off about his visitor, but he has no way of knowing just how otherworldly this stranger is until the authorities call him in for a recorded statement the next day.
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About Antonio Simon, Jr

Antonio Simon, Jr. is an award-winning author of several books. His debut fantasy/comedy adventure novel, "The Gullwing Odyssey" was an instant hit in 2013. He has won the prestigious Royal Palm Literary Award; the Pacific Book Award; Indie Book of the Day; and the Reader's Favorite Five-Star seal.

Antonio’s interests are as varied as his literary repertoire. He is a local historian and has written "Miami Is Missing", which delves into the hidden history of the Magic City, with all its glitz and scandal. His public appearances on Miami’s history never fail to enlighten and entertain. He is also an avid tabletop gamer and the author of "R.A.G.E.: Roleplay Adventure Gaming Engine", a fun, innovative, and original roleplaying game system.

He holds a law degree from Saint Thomas University School of Law and two undergraduate degrees (Political Science and History) from the University of Miami. He lives in Miami, Florida.

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Review by: James Jenkins on Dec. 17, 2016 :
A bit strange, not really sure why it is #1, published two years ago and there is no #2.

I am interested in trying other works by the author.
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Review by: Jonathan Antony Strickland on Dec. 9, 2014 :
An interesting story that leaves you wondering what exactly you have just read about. Was it a ghost? Time travel? A mind reader? Or just a straight up ordinary guy who's short visit seemed a bit odd. And what of the man asking the questions? What does he know that we don't.

I liked the fact that these questions were left open for the reader to contemplate, a good short piece of flash fiction.
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Review by: Tony Bowman on Nov. 21, 2014 :
Mr. Simon has a gift for descriptive dialog. This short story which consists of an interview with a waiter who has witnessed something paranormal is a good showcase of the author's ability to weave a story from dialog alone. In this, the story is astoundingly good. However, there is no payoff for the reader.

If the author's goal was to show us he is an exceptionally good writer, he has succeeded. Mr. Simon's technique is flawless, but his execution is lacking. A horror short story must be more than a weird vignette or character study. This reads like the intro to something truly amazing, and I'm hoping that is Mr. Simon's ultimate goal.

All that being said, I believe you will enjoy this small sample of work from someone who is capable of much more. Keep up the good work, Mr. Simon.
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