Woody Allen Makes a Scary Sandwich - Horror Pastiche, Stories & Poems

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Heywood "Woody" Allen: Over time, Allan Stewart Konigsberg and I have associated with each other. This is the first in a series of books compiling a few short stories we've distantly collaborated on throughout the past 25 years. I am a book ghostwriter and editor of long standing, and these "tall tales" reflect a variety of genres including horror fiction, humorous sci-fi and narrative nonfiction. More
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About Karen S. Cole

I am a book ghost writer or book ghostwriter with over 30 years of freelance writing and editing experience. It's been off and on, over time, and I began ghost writing in earnest in 2003. I began sending work out to a team of writers and others in 2005, and have been offering our general services as affordable, inexpensive ghost writers, editors, marketers, publishers and other related writing field workers to all kinds of ghostwriting clients and book authors.

My books by other people have been listed on the New York Times fiction and nonfiction bestseller lists. I'm directly and indirectly responsible, by being an influencer, for the production of some 500 or more such books. Now I'm trying to take Smashwords by gentle storm. The Rainbow Horizon: A Tale of Goofy Chaos is my magnum opus, and the first novel i have published under my own name. I'm offering it for free now, while hoping people will enjoy it and spread the word about a possible ongoing series. It's the world's first truly multicultural American humor novel.

A Brief Sampling of Books I or my team members have "edited" for other people:

I'm responsible for the very first self published book to enter the Library of Congress.

Miracles from Heaven - by a woman whose daughter cheated death through God's intervention

Burning Down Walls to Build Bridges - by two Miss America and Miss Universe candidates

Torn in Two: Valor of a US Marine - by an Afghan-born American Jarhead

Simon Says by Simon Lewenberg - by a ten-camp Polish-Jewish Holocaust survivor

Ice Therapy by Harry Thompson - by a nice guy with a great healing method

This is Your Time, Rwanda - by a Canadian feminist working hard for African human rights

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Reviews of Woody Allen Makes a Scary Sandwich - Horror Pastiche, Stories & Poems by Karen S. Cole

YSpublishing reviewed on July 16, 2020

Very interesting!

I like that some chapters mention about histories and events in the past such as Nazis, Holocaust, Dr. Martin Luther etc. The writing style is fantastic, unique, interesting, not repetitive. I can imagine the pictures in my head when the author is telling stories because of descriptive languages. Anyway I feel some part of the book reflects my childhood,so I like it so much!!!
(review of free book)
Boyko Ovcharov reviewed on Aug. 11, 2018


A colorful pastiche of remarkable short stories, poems and travel notes. Well written, intelligent, thought-provoking and unconventional. If we have to follow the metaphor of Woody Allen's personality traits here, we could say that these words might sound a bit eccentric, but wise. Overall, an enjoyable and delightful read for a Sunday afternoon. Highly recommended.
(review of free book)
josemcclain reviewed on Dec. 16, 2015

Creepy Horror Book, Couldn’t Put It Down!

I love scary stories. I really love them. I cannot watch scary movies, but I love reading stories. Having that in mind I bought this book. I have read other things by Karen S. Cole and thought I should give it a try.

It was worth it, just like every book of hers.

The stories are amazing. They keep you inside themselves until the end and you just cannot put it down. You know, with a novel there is always that one place that is boring enough to make you put the book down at some point (especially when you know you were to be asleep a long time ago). But with this book, they are stories, they are so interesting that once you finish one you just wonder what the next one will be about. You start it and then…here you are 20 minutes or half an hour later, finishing the second story. And you still want to read the next one and the next one.

My favourite one is: “Let There Be Dragons” I read it twice before I managed to go on.
So be warned! If you take this book, you have to clear your schedule, because you will not be able to put it back down easily.
(review of free book)

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