Bobb B


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Smashwords book reviews by Bobb B

  • Just Well Loved (Short) on Dec. 25, 2012

    Outstanding only saddened that this was the only book available. Truly cannot wait for more in this style. Beg of you to maintain your message of acceptance and humanity which is sorely lacking today.
  • The Art of Roddyism on Dec. 31, 2012

    While the first story was quite good, I deleted the bbok after the second. Anyone who thinks someone maiming themselves and in all probability fatally in ANY form of entertainment is someone I want NOTHING to do with. Wretched book.
  • Mr. Bear on Jan. 03, 2013
    (no rating)
    Really liked this one.
  • Mr. Bear on Jan. 03, 2013

    Really liked it, forgot stars before.
  • Keeping You in Mind on Feb. 16, 2013

    First of his books I have read, will not be the last. Well done, good pace, a nice world to be in. Please keep it up.
  • Bitterness on Feb. 16, 2013
    (no rating)
    Want more, stories addictive. Can feel the emotions of the characters, really enjoy The stories I have read so far. You have a lifetime reader.
  • Rylae's Storm on Aug. 10, 2014

    Rarely will I pen a review, but this book merits it. Very good read, character depicted in a believable manner for their species, and best of all told in a lighthearted manner. So good to find someone who has deviated from the dark and gloomy writing style which unfortunately seems to have pervaded todays writers. We jolly well need to have a book that we feel good about reading. This will be one of the few not deleted after reading. Thank you for your publication.
  • The Eagle Claw Hack on Sep. 26, 2014

    This is a genuine review, read this book and you will understand. This has to be one of the most enjoyable reads I have had for a while. Only wish real life worked this way.
  • Modi Operandi on Sep. 30, 2014

    Truly cannot wait for a sequel. Well done, interesting the was the character developed.
  • An Evening at the Palace : The Astonishing Adventures of Heracles Flint on Sep. 30, 2014

    Rather pleasant read, Steampunk, yet not boringly so. Anticipate more adventures, please do not prove me wrong.
  • Legend of the Salad Traveler on Nov. 08, 2014

    Would have given more stars if possible, written in the style of Hitchhikers guide, but better, words fail to describe how I enjoyed this. Will not say more, download and enjoy the book, if you don't agree write me at Green Earth 3. (yes I know, nobody goes there.)
  • Veterans on Nov. 15, 2014

    I liked it,.
  • Diary of a Dweeb on Nov. 17, 2014

    Could have been 5 star, but ending without an ending takes away from enjoyment.
  • The Christmas Trust on Nov. 30, 2014

    Liked it, if only things worked out nice in real life. Good holiday story to help foster some glimmer, however far fetched.
  • Sympathy for the Devil - Part 1 on Dec. 03, 2014

    Outstanding, good point of view narrative, leads well to sequel. Only downside is waiting for the tale to continue. Again one of the few books I will not delete after reading..
  • God Save Me. on Dec. 05, 2014

    Just discovered this book, enjoyed it. If only things worked out this way in life.
  • The Nannak on Dec. 13, 2014

    Bravo, you will continue this tale i hope.
  • The Winner on Dec. 21, 2014

    Nice tale well done, wish would happen in real life.
  • Waiting For Santa Claus on Dec. 21, 2014

    Another fine tale, also well done, again would be nice if could really happen.
  • The Special Christmas Ornaments of Mr. Everett on Dec. 23, 2014

    Wish it would have been labeled more clearly that it was a Christmas HORROR tale, read it hoping for a nice tale, got a disturbing read.
  • Kris Miss on Dec. 23, 2014

    Wish I had found this book earlier, an excellent read, uplifting. Also gives a message that is timeless, from past, present and future.
  • Blackboard Galaxy on Dec. 29, 2014

    Would gladly read more if this became a series, reminds me of the dentist in space.
  • New Years Day on Jan. 02, 2015

    More than enjoyed, good twist at the end. Well done.
  • Harmony's Magic Pyjamas on Jan. 08, 2015

    Not ashamed to admit to enjoying stories such as this, well done. It is nice to get away from the grit of the present world.
  • The Muse on Jan. 17, 2015

    Not a big fan of stories that end up in the air, prefer a more defined ending. Yes I know we can read what we want into it. Would have given 2-1/2 stars if possible. Sorry.
  • Behind The Voice on Jan. 19, 2015

    Outstanding, hope there will be a continuation.
  • In Which Our Heroine and Her Laser Cannon End a Relationship on Feb. 07, 2015

    Liked the slightly surreal feel and the ending.
  • The Icicle Maiden and the Spider King: Less Explicit Version on Feb. 07, 2015

    Meant to review earlier, very good, liked better than the explicit version, but then I am a bit of a fuddy-duddy.
  • The Icicle Maiden and the Spider King: Being a Tale of Two Unlikely Quests for True Love on Feb. 07, 2015

    Good enjoyed, see the review for the less explicit version as why review is short.
  • There Goes the Neighborhood; Earthly Fantasy/Science Fiction Short Stories on Feb. 19, 2015

    Quite the mix of stories, all good. In particular liked the first and last.Will be downloading the rest of author's works, look forward to enjoying them too.
  • Alice in Wonderland on Top of the World on Feb. 27, 2015

    Felt as if I were reading Carrol's work directly, from the writing style down to the style of the chapter titles. Amazing job, well done, must read if you enjoyed the originals.
  • A Child's Nightmare on March 02, 2015

    The most frightening thing is that for some this nightmare is real. Hope this was not the authors lot. A story well told that needed to be told.
  • The Interdimensional Dilemmas of IAN and Betty on March 03, 2015

    Strangely refreshing, as a renegade Time-Lord might be if he were trying not to be. If you understand, then read this book, you will want more.
  • The Discovery Apartments on March 05, 2015

    Started to read wondering how good could it be, found out it was very good. There will be a sequel I hope. Thank you.
  • Gifted on March 08, 2015

    Well done, good read,held interest from onset. Only problem would be wanting more, perhaps a sequel?
  • Santa's Ninja Elves on March 09, 2015

    How did I miss this one, wonderful stories, almost restores faith in humanity. Wish were real.
  • Ydnas: The Girl of the Prophecies on March 09, 2015

    Rarely am I moved to reveiw a book I have not finished, but felt this deserved it. The story pulls you in, pace is good, hints at what it is or may be. It is getting late, but I almost hate to put it down without finishing it.
  • Tosdach on March 10, 2015

    Read to remember what can be lost.
  • Tìoraidh Ma-tha (Cheerio then) on March 10, 2015

    Very good, but sad.
  • Paper on March 13, 2015

    Good work, reads as a combination legend and Grimms tale. Short but well done. Look forward to reading other works by this author.
  • When a Cat Loves a Dog on March 15, 2015

    Without leaving a verbose review, all I can say is that this was a thoroughly enjoyable read. Wish I could read the others.
  • Ursa Major 2014 Short Fiction Reading Packet on March 16, 2015

    A great intro to the stories, shows the talent as a writer and author (same thing, no?) Anyway read and you will want for more of these wonderful stories.
  • Sir Huggles on March 17, 2015

    Downloaded expecting a refreshing tale, I was wrong. Horridly depressing, will find soon enough how unfair life can be without being reminded of it. If writing in this genre, keep it light-hearted, we may get older, but do not have to grow up.
  • Uchiki on March 18, 2015

    I do not put on airs, I liked this story, the allegory to humans way of using resources rings true.
  • Nostradormouse on March 20, 2015

    Read some time ago elsewhen, but feel it is worthy of five, not four. Wish there was more.
  • Ruck Nor on March 23, 2015

    Found Ruck-Nor 2 first, which led me here. Glad for that, good story, you will like second part too.
  • Ruck Nor 2 on March 23, 2015

    A potato chip of literature, cannot read just one, or two, or more. Great read, waiting for more.
  • Mister Pepper's Secret on March 28, 2015

    Touching story, I liked it.
  • The Ten Steps on March 29, 2015

    Read like some of the classical tales, wish you would have warned it is to be continued.
  • The Cabin In The Woods on March 30, 2015

    Absolutely lovely story, and if I may add, Soulmates do exist. But the cabin is very hard to find.
  • At the End of the Universe on April 02, 2015

    Wonderful, anyone who has found their own would do the same.
  • Dog Got Your Tongue on April 04, 2015

    Read it straight through, excellent book. Glad to see more planned. Again one of few I will keep in library.
  • Jar of Pickles: A Short Story on April 07, 2015

    Five stars for wishful thinking, real life would have not had an ending resolving things.
  • Heaven - Dogs really do! on April 18, 2015

    100% spot on. If any living thing deserves Paradise dogs do. Far more than most of the humans.
  • The Scarecrows of Hodmedodlee on April 18, 2015

    Absolutely loved it, not just a children's book, I enjoyed it too. Do hope you keep to your word and write more. Story brings you in and keeps you entertained.
  • The Mayor on April 21, 2015

    The disclaimer was the best part, book was good too.
  • Todd and Poppy Ride Again on May 04, 2015

    totally enjoyable,cannot go into detail without spoiling your read. You must read this, it is not what it seems.
  • After The Wedding and The Woman Who Could Smell the Future: Two Stories on May 09, 2015

    Liked these stories,Second one in particular. Wish you would expand on this storyline.
  • I imagine . . . on May 10, 2015

    Give this a go. I liked it. But read carefully before you answer. You may not be as smart as you imagine yourself to be.
  • Denim Shorts & Foxy Tales on May 20, 2015

    Fair dinkum, some just O.K., but most worth the read.
  • Trapped in Zero-Point Space on May 21, 2015

    I liked it, slight hint of Hitchhiker's Guide, but I could not get the picture that this was being told by Choad from Tripping the Rift out of my mind. Read it and see if you agree.
  • An Introduction to Hilbert Space on May 31, 2015

    Anything that tastes of Douglas A.'s Hitchhikers Guide style of storytelling gets my vote. Warms the cockles of my circulatory organ.
  • Christmas Stories on June 01, 2015

    Admire that someone still writes for the young and innocent. So easy in the current times to fall into the "norm" of questionable writing. Glad to see your work Mr Lightning.
  • A Beer at the End of the World on June 14, 2015

    I really liked it, went in with mixed expectations, but was very pleasantly surprised. Only downside would be was left wanting more.
  • Free the Shorts! on June 18, 2015

    A good collection of lighthearted humor. Go into this to enjoy, it is just what is needed.
  • Encounters 5 on July 19, 2015

    Short but wonderful reads. Really amusing twists keep one guessing Advise to read all..
  • Encounters 3 on July 19, 2015

    Worthy of more stars, have read all of series and wait for more.
  • Encounters 2 on July 19, 2015

    Had to read all of series, wonderful stories. Wonderful books.
  • Encounters on July 19, 2015

    I read all of this series and eagerly await more. Wonderful twists to some stories and all enjoyable.
  • The Darkest Night: A Novelette on Aug. 01, 2015

    Uplifting story, short but well done, should also read Abigail (I have ) as it is another fine read. Have not yet gotten to Mother of all, but have hopes of it's merits also. I am sure her other works will be of equal value. Thank you for a fine group of stories.
  • The Concrete Path on Aug. 04, 2015

    This is offering a VERY wrong solution to problems. Rather disturbing read, leery of other stories and their messages.
  • The Carols of Holly House on Aug. 05, 2015

    Above and beyond, a heartwarming tale. Thoroughly enjoyable regardless of the season. ( Could not get the image of the Get Fuzzy comic strip characters out of my mind though, Barney is such a dog's dog)
  • Black Tie on Aug. 07, 2015

    Must jump on bandwagon with another 5 star. Well done engrossing tale.Have you been there too?
  • Liberal Climate Scientists Hate Our America & We Must Stop It! An Unbiased Patriotic Rejection of Climate Change on Aug. 08, 2015

    Would have given more if we could be guaranteed that the Sheeple out there do not miss the fact that this is a SATIRE and actually believe it. Do not underestimate the general population's ability to believe anything they see or hear as fact no matter how contrary to reason. Sorry
  • The Story of Gilly Flowers on Aug. 14, 2015

    Wonderful, rang of the Old World.Some can still see the magic. Makes one miss Home.
  • Benny Finds His Forever Home on Aug. 15, 2015

    Feel good story at the end, shelter animals are the forgotten to some. The finest friend and pet can be had at an animal shelter.
  • The Green Lady on Aug. 15, 2015

    Beautiful stories, brings tear to eye. If only such goodness could be found.
  • A Man And His Ass on Aug. 23, 2015

    Liked it, rang a bit kin to the tales of the Mouser and the Barbarian. Will try some of your other works.
  • The Best Of Christmas Presents on Aug. 25, 2015

    A good lesson in ones perspective on life.
  • In Which No One Drinks a Pumpkin Spice Latte on Aug. 27, 2015

    Funny/odd short read, slightly surreal, rings of waiting for Godot.
  • Drake the Pit Bull Puppy on Sep. 16, 2015

    Glad to see that you can handle different genres, and do them well. Well written for the young, and has a nice message woven in that you can be happiest where you are as you are.
  • Undercover Gorgon: Episode #0 — Becoming (A Mt. Olympus Employment Agency Miniseries) on Oct. 12, 2015

    Outstanding, great read, felt like was in the story, will be reading all I can.
  • What Zoey Doesn't Know on Oct. 12, 2015

    Another fine read, you must read them all, I have read the samples of the others, only wish I could read the complete book.
  • Hidden Holidays: A Monster Haven Short Story on Oct. 12, 2015

    As I have said in my other reviews, another must read.
  • Ill-Conceived Magic: A Monster Haven Short Story on Oct. 12, 2015

    Must jump on the 5 star bandwagon, wonderful read, as were all the others, wish I could have read more than the samples of some of them.
  • Six Impossible Things on Oct. 16, 2015

    Truly loved it. Especially the first story Childish Things. But where is Jinx when you need him? We need him.
  • The Glass Parachute on Oct. 20, 2015

    A stroll down memory lane, Sci-Fi as it was in the golden days of Analog, Worlds of If, Omni, etc. Well worthwhile.
  • On Heroes: A Foible on Oct. 30, 2015

    Well done, even more relevant today, (the other books by this author are quite good also)
  • On Princesses: A Foible on Oct. 30, 2015

    Cringe from how some people these days actually fit the description. But a good read regardless.
  • On Sleeping Beauties: A Foible on Oct. 30, 2015

    The author has a way with twisting the genre, as with the other books, a good read.
  • High Maintenance on Nov. 14, 2015

    One of the best I have read for a long time. Ze really can write a good tale, cannot go into detail lest I give it away, but would rate as a must read.
  • Little Star on Nov. 14, 2015

    Sorry, reads like an old Russian tale, disjointed like a fever dream. Seems to have no real aim or reason, not for western tastes.
  • Tough Love: for Beloved Free Ebook Readers on Nov. 15, 2015

    A valid point, I usually will only leave a good review, (hate to hurt feelings),but I can see how any feedback can be appreciated. Will read your other works and comment accordingly. You are quite the generous fellow Mr. Warren, even though your picture makes you look like a lawyer.
  • Observers' Guide to God on Nov. 23, 2015

    Thought it might be humorous, same religious propaganda as the rest. Might as well read a tract pamphlet left in your door.
  • That Damn Lift on Nov. 28, 2015

    Just missed a clean sweep, liked the flow, just felt the resolution could have been better, too violent. The button was also sort of anticlimactic and felt not to have a bearing unless it was meant to be ironic.
  • The German Housemate - A Short Story on Dec. 01, 2015

    Something about this story held me, sympathized with the German, know the feeling of not fitting in. Enjoyed the read.
  • Birdman vision from sky on Dec. 02, 2015

    Once you accept the syntax, there is a real message here. Sort of like listening to Yoda, must listen for the message, not the words.
  • Of Frogs and Lovers on Dec. 13, 2015

    I liked it, as a toad who found his toadette, I could relate. A cute short read.
  • The Tree and Me on Dec. 24, 2015

    Would have given more stars if I could. One of the best holiday stories I have read, in fact one of the best period.
  • The Devil and Jimmy Biscuits on Jan. 10, 2016

    One of my favorites, as good a story as can be penned by a human.
  • Fear and Loathing in Shanghai on Jan. 10, 2016

    A bit of a pattern emerges in stories, I like it. Keep up the good work. All so far worthy reads.
  • Betwixt on Jan. 10, 2016

    Wish I found this one earlier, enjoyable, touching read. Good work.
  • Never the Twain on Jan. 16, 2016

    I like it, expected the usual supercomputer story, but got one with an interesting twist. Perhaps we do not know what is best for our technology. Keep up good work, will be waiting for more.
  • Ninja At First Sight on Jan. 20, 2016

    One of the few romance books that are worth reading, hope to read "Happily ever ninja" next, know I will not be disappointed. Good story line without cardboard fake acting characters, good mix of humor also. Glad I tried this author.
  • Gravy the Wonderful Dog Picture Book on Jan. 28, 2016

    Anyone who has had a dog as a companion and friend will understand.
  • The Scarecrow on Feb. 01, 2016

    A very good view of ones perspective can be learned from a scarecrow. Very good, enjoyed your work.
  • Junk Bot Wizard on Feb. 05, 2016

    You know an author is good when you can feel for a toy. Memories of childhood attachments to mine.
  • The Mer Girl - Selkie Tales Short Stories on Feb. 16, 2016

    Being a fan of selkie stories I had to try this one, was glad I did. Shows promise of developing into an interesting tale.
  • From Science to Fiction: A Short Collection of Flash Fiction on Feb. 21, 2016

    A mind that can conceive a story like Six is an author I will never read again. I stopped at the first story.
  • Snowfall on Feb. 22, 2016

    In this short tale the meaning of ones perspective is well explained. Ones woes are another's pleasant memories. A good future awaits this author if the style is maintained, avoid going mainstream.
  • Aarn Becomes A Man on Feb. 26, 2016

    Bravo, a proper definition of what it is to be a man. Well done in a short story.
  • The Quantum Theologist on Feb. 28, 2016

    Another good one, took a few seconds for the meaning of the ending to sink in, but that made the story even more enjoyable.
  • Virtual Vacation: Lost Temple of Angkor Wat - Photo Gallery on Feb. 29, 2016

  • Loving the Reaper on Feb. 29, 2016

    Story pulled me in from the start, reads with a rare touch of the people felling real, not cardboard characters. Being this is labeled book one, I anticipate more in this story-line.
  • The Smellyphant on March 02, 2016

    A nice book for the little ones, done in a good style too. Fun read without talking down to the children. Well done, keep up good works.
  • Children of Wrath: A Witch Killers Story on March 06, 2016

    Hope this is not calling for the loving Christians to start the witch hunts again. There is enough terror fueled by religion in the world now.
  • The Giraffe's Kiss on March 08, 2016

  • Serpents of Sky: Nine Stories Of Dragons on March 10, 2016

    The first story alone merits this book receiving five stars. Glad that I read these tales.
  • Of Love, Free Will, and Gray Squirrels on a Summer Evening on March 11, 2016

    Sorry to take so long to review, just read it today. Very enjoyable, but the squirrels gave it away too soon. Maybe not everyone will figure it so soon, was a good read.
  • Archaea on March 25, 2016

    Re-review of the book, first 5 star was before I finished the book. The epilogue put it down with the trite pulp sci-fi ground out for the masses. No longer wish to read the other three books in series. Would have been a wonderful story if not for the direction it took.
  • Let Me Tell You Something About Shipping Container Homes on April 10, 2016

    Surprise, found a well written, informative book. Written with no other agenda but to inform those interested. A nice thing in this day and age.
  • Chinese Folklore The Legend of Dragon King Daughter on April 19, 2016

    Delightful tale told in the old manner. The others are well worth reading.
  • Chinese Folklore The Tale of Flower Elves on April 19, 2016

    Another wonderful tale.
  • Chinese Folklore The Tale of Dragon Princess on April 19, 2016

    Love tales told as they once were.
  • Ra's Revenge on April 24, 2016

    Four stars only because it shows what a vile species humans are.
  • Panda's Friends on May 02, 2016

    Teaches a proper lesson on accepting all as they are. Hopefully it will take hold in our children, the world needs it.
  • Arcade Game An Expose´ on May 05, 2016

    Only way to describe this is different. From one of the reals.
  • Xmas Is Near! on June 06, 2016

    I am sorry it took me so long to find this book, it is a PERFECT holiday or any-day read. Actually it is a good road-map for everyone to follow.
  • 'Twas the Chihuahua Before Christmas on June 17, 2016

    Better than a cute story, was wonderful. A nice holiday or anytime read.
  • Extraordinary Circumstances: 1 The League of Red-Eyed Gentlemen on June 24, 2016

    A well done start to what appears to be a riveting series. Steampunk with just the slightest hint of Sherlock Holmes, and a touch of supernatural. Honestly cannot wait for the entire series.
  • Beasts of Burden on June 25, 2016

    Wish I would have found this sooner, a great read. This could have the makings of a wonderful series depicting this world.
  • Everafter Acres on June 25, 2016

    THIS is how fairy tales should be. One of the best I have read. Must read.
  • No Explanations on June 27, 2016

    Would have given more stars if possible. As with the other reviews, cannot say much lest give away the story. This is a must read, I have added it to my permanent library, this one will not be deleted. Please do continue the saga, deserves a continuation.
  • Snail's Pace on July 02, 2016

    Well done, seemed to capture the mindset of a Victorian ers woman thrust into a strange and alien situation. Well developed and an enjoyable read. Only thing I could hope for is some sort of sequel.
  • Self-Help 101 or: How to Survive a Bombardment With Minimal Injury on July 04, 2016

    An excellent read, moved along well, felt as though the author was with us being telling of the experiences. Well worth the download.
  • Aries - an Adventurous Tale of Mythology and Folklore on July 04, 2016

    This story drew me in, did not notice the time or anything else. the only heartbreak was coming to the end of the story. Glad to see it will be a series.
  • Got Click on July 05, 2016

    Excellent read, but SO incredibly sad. Too many go through their time never finding their own.
  • Self-Help 101 or: How I Learned to Take Over the World Through Tolerating My Family on July 08, 2016

    Spot on description of life as we deny it is when in public. Glad I found and read this one.
  • Flocking Bustards! on July 10, 2016

    Don't bother to download.
  • The Rendering on July 11, 2016

    If you are into snuff stories this is for you, otherwise AVOID. I was mislead by the blurb's "lightened" bonus story, I was wrong.
  • Golden Christmas on July 14, 2016

    Heartwarming, you must read this one. It takes expected, yet unexpected ways.
  • The Log Entries of Jenny Terran 00-42 on July 18, 2016

    A seamless addition to the Star Trek universe. Difficult to put down, just wanted to read straight through. Would rate as a must read (along with the rest of the series).
  • Hell's Child: The Log Entries of Jenny Terran on July 18, 2016

    Pleased to find the second part to be written as well as the first. Character development well done, captivating story, again a must read.
  • A Christmas to Remember on July 19, 2016

    A truly magical read, as Mr. Carmody said worth reading any time of year. Do hope for more in this vein. Thank you.
  • An Unusual Gift on July 19, 2016

    In agreement with the other reviews, a very nice story.
  • Two On A Leash on July 24, 2016

    Anyone who has had a dog as a companion with feel this story. A dog will have more purity of spirit than you will ever find in most humans. I understand your feelings as we have been there.
  • Still Born on Aug. 10, 2016

    Interesting, but you have gotten the manner of leaving wrong.
  • 2 Minutes to Midnight on Aug. 20, 2016

    Nice, sort of a taste of Fantasy, Sci-Fi, and twilight zone to some of the stories. Will reserve the fifth star for when I can read some of the longer novels.
  • The Secret Society of The Great Pumpkin on Oct. 19, 2016

    Well done.
  • A Family Reunion: A Different Kind of Ghost Story on Oct. 23, 2016

    delightful story, had a sense of which way it would go and was glad it did.
  • You Need To Be Watched! on Dec. 04, 2016

    Can honestly say truly enjoyed this story. Just right length, and the kind of feel good story that we need.
  • Mistletoe and Fire Glow: A Holiday Romance Short Story on Dec. 16, 2016

    A perfect holiday tale, just the right length, good story-line, and an inventive twist. Would hope to see more from Ms. Locker, feel good stories are needed in these times.
  • A White Cat For Christmas on Dec. 17, 2016

    Wish I had found this book earlier, well done, paced well, and who doesn't like a story that ends well. Again, glad I found this one.
  • The Magic of Stars on Dec. 24, 2016

    Wonderful story, has something that is missing in many of today's tales, it has innocence and the wonder of what may be.
  • Cleo and the Cats by Jamieson Wolf on Dec. 24, 2016

    Well worth the read, a kind and gentle tale.
  • Hegira on Feb. 27, 2017

    If you are going to write an anti-Trump rant, at least label it as such.
  • Raising Hell on March 11, 2017

    Wish I had found this book earlier, it is great. Funny as all, and Pilgrim would strike fear in the heart of any self-respecting demon. Can't wait to read the rest of the series.
  • Reuniting the Divided States of America on March 16, 2017

    A very long-winded anti-Trump rant.
  • AI Civil Rights: Addressing Artificial Intelligence and Robot Rights on May 20, 2017

    Any intelligent entity, be it organic or synthetic, deserves rights. I sense a touch of Frankenstein's complex here, perhaps I am in error. But, the organics have made enough of a muck of their world on their own, why fear some "rebellion" that may not even be considered.
  • A Day in the life of Dixie. on June 03, 2017

    Written with the innocence of youth. Something that is rare these days.
  • Occurrence at a Fountain on June 11, 2017

    In a quandary as to number of stars, this story shows life's should have moments that will never be able to correct. Sad.
  • Playing With Kryptonite on July 17, 2017

    Other review has it right, a great story, would have read a longer one too. Glad it stayed away from graphic scenes, those are not needed for a good story.
  • Ghost Coach: A Short Story on July 30, 2017

    There was something about this book, loved it. Enjoying this does not mean you are childish, just young at heart.
  • Four Stages of Human Relationships on Aug. 15, 2017

    This is not like your others, unsettling theme, much prefer your feel-good stories. Sorry.
  • The Day the Worms Came on Aug. 16, 2017

    4 Stars for such an interesting twisty tale. For someone of your age to write something like this is an accomplishment to be proud of. Yes it could use some polish that would be found in a work from someone older, but as a first work - well done. ( By the way, did you ever see the movie Squirm? It may ring a bell )
  • My Pun Lady on Aug. 19, 2017

    A cute, feel good story. A welcome change from what is out there.
  • Japanese Folklore The Tale of Young Samurai & Beautiful Ghost on Aug. 28, 2017

    A refreshing tale, greatly enjoyed the style of writing. As we imagine the old tales to be.
  • Believing in God - But Not In Religion on Oct. 09, 2017

    You have listed to have an open mind, but you deny evolution and other scientific facts. As most myth believers you will twist things to fit your views. Pathetic.
  • How I Won My Sweetheart on Oct. 11, 2017

    Always like Mr. Farina's stories, need to read a happy tale now and then when things weigh heavy on my mind. Thank you for wonderful stories.
  • Homes and Humans on Nov. 03, 2017

    Outstanding, a view from the other side. Interesting take of how what we consider ordinary would be extraordinary to another reality. Hope you will continue your works.
  • The Mystic Christmas Treasure on Nov. 22, 2017

    If it had ended differently it would have been 5 star. I was mistaken to have expected something better.
  • Silly Book Titles on Dec. 11, 2017

    Well, I liked it, was cute. If it also brings levity to you and yours let nothing dissuade you.
  • The Book Of Elves on Dec. 25, 2017

    A children's book for children of all ages. Well written for the wee ones, but able to be enjoyed by all. Your salutation is comforting, rings of the old ways. Thank you.
  • Alternity: One on Jan. 10, 2018

    This definitely needs to be made into a series. So many ways for this universe to go, so many possible outcomes. Please do not let this one go.