Wednesday, December 19, 2012

A Great Gift Idea

If you're looking for a great gift idea for the reader in your life, you can’t go wrong with a copy of Tall Tales and Short Stories from South Jersey.

The collection of stories in this anthology features a broad range of genres, like Joanne Costatntino’s “Philly Girl in Jersey,” a delightful tale of a city girl trying to survive on the other side of the Walt Whitman Bridge.

or James Knipp’s “No Fun Joe,” about lessons learned from hard choices.

If you like comedy, we have several stories that fit this bill. Joseph Arechavala’s hilarious tale of a tiny hired gun in the Wild West is called “Destiny in Dusty Springfield.”

There's also John Farquhar’s hilarious tale, “Bad Day for Santa,” which tells of a young boy’s somewhat unexpected meeting with that jolly old Elf.

“Where are you Zeppie?” is Marie Gilbert's comical warning of what happens when we take on "virtual dependents," social network creations that have a mind of their own.

Tall Tales and Short Stories from South Jersey also has stories of the mysterious and macabre, such as William Harden’s ghostly tale “The Junkyard.”

K.A. Magrowski’s “Apparitions of Murder" is the story of a vengeful ghost come back from the dead.


Christine Hardy’s “The Gargoyle Cat" is about a toy come to life. Kids would even like this one!

And no anthology is complete (from our group, anyway) without a tale of the apocalypse. Marie Gilbert, our "Steampunk Granny," fills the bill with the story “The Night of the Attack."

Sixteen talented authors with stories of enchantment, horror and comedy just for you.



So, what are you waiting for?

Don't give another tie as a gift

Books make good gifts, and our book is a great one!

Get your copy of Tall Tales and Short Stories from South Jersey today!

See "Where to Buy" for local businesses carrying the book.

And thanks for your support!

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