J.C. is a photographer, recovering web designer, self-proclaimed Grand Duchess of Procrastinating. She lives in the frozen wastelands of Canada with hordes of furry animals to assist her with her "work".
Next Year, Things Will Be Different
A collection of three unique short stories by three different authors.
Next Year by Tyramir Ross
Illusion Of Choice by John Biscarner
The Garbage Man's Boy by J.C. Sayer
Phyllis, a fiercely independent woman from across the ocean, tracks two vampires to a picturesque Canadian village on Bell Island, Newfoundland. With help from the local constable, can Phyllis hunt down the vampires in time?
What can I say about this quick read? Chapter 1 felt very disjointed while I continued to read Chapter 2, 3 and Chapter 4 really isn't a chapter but a punch line. There is something very sympathetically at the heart of this story and is a worthy read. For the author, I think you are still trying to find your voice, I wish you luck on that journey.
I loved this short. Unfortunately, it does suffer from what I call "Setting the stage" but once you get passed the first few hundred words, you get the meat of the story. A special locket troupe. Despite many of the stereotypes, it was a refreshing read. I would recommend this book to the over 30 crowd.