Dani's Shorts 7

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Yes, it's Volume 7 of Dani's Shorts, including the 2017 Iron Writer Championship winner! More
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I've been writing for years, but now I've found my voice and style. I hope you like it as much as everyone else who has read it. :-)

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Reviews of Dani's Shorts 7 by Dani J Caile

mborsos reviewed on Nov. 1, 2017

Witty stories, unexpected twists, that's what you can expect of these short stories. I don't know where all these ideas come from, but they are extraordinary. If you want two minutes off, read one of Dani's shorts. It'll work!
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Mamie201 reviewed on Oct. 30, 2017

I love the author's sense of timing and intelligent prose. It's pretty cool how a talented writer can take seemingly obscure "elements" and weave them into a compelling tale. I hope you enjoy these shorts as much as I did. I look forward to reading them all.
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B Y Rogers reviewed on Oct. 30, 2017

Enjoyed the book. One must remember the context in which each of these flash fiction pieces are written. Many of of the difficult words are not showing off one's vocabulary but rather elements in the challenges and therefore must be used in the story. The idea is to expand one's creativity more then ones vocabulary. I understand the frustration is there for some, but perhaps one should then take then challenge when reading and expand one's vocabulary just for the fun of it... The idea is to enjoy.
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Helen Druett reviewed on Oct. 29, 2017

I was so looking forward to reading the next in the series, but had I started the series with this book, the others would not have had a look in. Proof reading would be a good idea. Also the use of words that one has to check in the dictionary became really tiresome, or was it just showing off? E.g. coup de foudre, Habromania, monachopsis, an oriflamme, tenebrific, zemblanity, perspicacity, Aeromancy, scherzando, etc.
It could really put a reader off [as it did me] and have them give up on the book before finishing it, which I’m leaning more and more to doing so with this book. It would be a shame as the stories so far are really quite good. And, yes, I have read the other 6 and this was not a problem in them. I’ve always enjoyed this author, and frankly feel a little let down.
Nope, Page 138, Weekend Quickie 238,…that’s it I’m done… ‘Ineluctably’ pushed me over the edge. 4/5 for the stories I read. 1/5 for just plain showing off vocabulary that is used rarely, if ever.
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