Lessons III: Demonic Dolls and Other Morbid Drabbles [NOOK Book]

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In this latest collection of terrifying and darkly comic drabbles, you’ll find out why Playtime is only fun for those with vicious intentions. In these 30 100-word stories you’ll run into deranged toys with old scores to settle, homicidal sociopaths and other unapologetic creatures that lurk in the shadows.

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Lessons III: Demonic Dolls and Other Morbid Drabbles

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Overview

In this latest collection of terrifying and darkly comic drabbles, you’ll find out why Playtime is only fun for those with vicious intentions. In these 30 100-word stories you’ll run into deranged toys with old scores to settle, homicidal sociopaths and other unapologetic creatures that lurk in the shadows.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011438080
  • Publisher: Michael Crane
  • Publication date: 7/31/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 224 KB

Meet the Author

Michael Crane is an indie author and scribbler of inane babble that can sometimes end up as stories. He went to Columbia College Chicago where he earned a BA in Fiction Writing. He is currently the author of two short story collections, and he also might've written two books while he was in high school, but he refuses to own up to them and that's why they aren't included on the page. He lives in Illinois and is always trying to work on something new, unless he's battling stupid writer's block.


Some of his favorite writers are Raymond Carver, Richard Yates, Kurt Vonnegut, Chuck Palahniuk, Bret Easton Ellis and Hunter S. Thompson.

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  • Posted August 26, 2011

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    Lessons III

    In this volume, Crane continues his popular series of drabbles - most horror, many darkly comedic. Telling a story in one-hundred words, start to finish, is story writing at its most extreme. Crane gives us thirty, each well done - spare of prose, simple of plot, yet complete. Who'd have guessed toys were so evil? Perfect to read when you have a spare minute, and no more.

    As a bonus, a flash fiction piece from each of five Indie author peers is included. Daniel Arenson, Imogen Rose, Jason Anderson, Sean Sweeney, and David Dalglish each contributed.

    Yes, this review is one-hundred words.

    **Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy. **

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