Beach Apples

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Beach Apples is a collection of short stories, contemporary, mystery, and science fiction, all with an Australian flavour.
From a walk on the beach, to fire-fighting in the Adelaide Hills, to a refugee’s story, some stories will put a smile on your face, while others will fire your imagination. More
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About Vera Loy

I have brown eyes and red hair, some weeks redder than others! The rest is subject to change without notice. I live in Australia with my family and two cats, the cats rule.

After thirty years of working with the unemployed, coping with threats, tears and broken lives (and these were only from fellow staff), I decided it was time to make my escape. And what better place to go than the world of regency romance? I started writing this story years ago, but put it aside due to work and family commitments.

A few years ago, I dusted off the foolscap pages stored under my bed, finished the story and turned it into a book, Regency Masquerade.

Since then I have published three collections of short stories. Beach Apples, all with an Australian theme, and two books of science fiction, Star Clash and Splinters of Glass. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them.

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Reviews of Beach Apples by Vera Loy

Helen Druett reviewed on July 23, 2017

A very good collection of stories. Love the Aussie flavour. Well written and a most enjoyable way to spend an hour or so. In "Marvellous Matilda’s Motorised Horse” I do believe some of the colloquialisms would be confusing to people from other countries, though.
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Kevin A. Lyons reviewed on Feb. 7, 2016

A nice collection of short -- sometimes very short -- stories. They touch on some universal concepts, and motivations. There's a bit of steampunk, some fantasy, and some glimpses of everyday, modern life. This is a good collection to have handy for spare moments!
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