The Cabin In The Woods

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Successful author Josh Brantley becomes bored and restless with his life and decides to go on a walk in the forest. Going down a dark path he has a fall and loses consciousness. When he awakens he is unable to separate dream from reality as he is met by 3 impossibly intelligent humming birds, and a spectacularly beautiful goddess of a girl. Will his life ever be the same again? More
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  • Category: Fiction » Romance » Fantasy
  • Words: 5,170
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781311235275
About R.H. Proenza

I am a retired Dentist and enjoy writing as a hobby─I write for the creative FUN of writing. Other hobbies include playing the clarinet, Soprano sax and Bongos, oil painting, photography, and graphite drawing. Story ideas may occur to me spontaneously, or just by looking at a picture when it evokes a story line in my mind, and I use it as a 'seed' to grow the story.
I'm a 'romantic' at heart. Love runs deep in me, and have published several romances as a result (and usually fall in LOVE with my female protagonist) mixed in with some adventure stories, and stories for Young Adults.
I have done a few things in my life to include, Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, Mountain Rappelling Instructor, clinical lab tech, read books on Sci and romances, and hold a license as a Ham Radio operator---all of which I assume, add to the repository from which I draw some of my story ideas. I grew up reading Mad Magazine which, I’m sure, affected (distorted?) my sense of humor as well as my perspective on life. I enjoy humor, and like to laugh.
I'm am most assuredly an untrained amateur but nevertheless have published five small books on Amazon and twelve on Smashbooks.com under the name of R.H. Proenza if for nothing else but my ego. I live in Georgia with my wife Sandy, a computer or two, and no pets.

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Reviews

James Jenkins reviewed on March 13, 2020

Not overly good, bad or original. Variations of this story have be told many many times. I did stick with it to the end.
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DanaMynth reviewed on Nov. 20, 2015

I thought the story was great! So sweet. Happy ending.
The switching between past tense, present, and future was a bit hard to read and keep up with. I think it would read much cleaner if you chose one or was more consistent.
Thank you for a sweet, short, love story!
Dana
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Yvette Storiwala reviewed on April 14, 2015

Very well written. Two thumbs up!!
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Arlene Nassey reviewed on March 30, 2015

This was a refreshing short story.
I enjoyed it.
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