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PsychoHead Fiction Book One
     

PsychoHead Fiction Book One

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by T. D. Green
 
A collection of short fiction; psycho-horror, supernatural, fantasy and psychotic behaviour.

Overview

A collection of short fiction; psycho-horror, supernatural, fantasy and psychotic behaviour.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011111556
Publisher:
T.D. Green
Publication date:
10/03/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,118,229
File size:
96 KB

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Meet the Author

Hi there.


I'm a guy who enjoys creating new things, ranging from short stories to poetry [children's too] and thus writing is an enjoyable pastime for me, beit psycho fiction, sci-fi, supernatural or fantasy, when the inspiration strikes - I write.


Art is my second love, and when the mood strikes me, I'll do a landscape painting on box canvas, using acrylic paints. Very relaxing! I usually give them away to friends and family.


As for my writings, I've had some works published in paperback and hardback down the years; short story and an assortment of poems. I've dabbled with screenwriting in the past, which is quite an enjoyable, yet complex style.


My taste in music is varied too, ranging from modern to classical, and if it sounds good to my ears, I like it. Lady GaGa is a favourite of mine at the present time.


Righto, there you have it, a little bit of me and my favourite things. I'd like to thank those who have read this short bio, and also those who have left comments about my ebooks - much appreciated!

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PsychoHead Fiction Book One 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First off, I think it's nice that the aspiring author didn't review the book. That usually puts me off from attempting to read it. The book is well written and is full what I would call micro short stories. The shortest story is roughly a page long and the longest is about 17 pages. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who can't sit still long enough to read more than ten minutes at a time. I really enjoyed the stories and plan to read any more that the author makes. The only thing I might want from any future books would be longer stories. Drawing them out to at least forty or more pages to keep me captivated for a little while instead of the quick shots of enjoyment from such short stories. You'll love the Doll Face short if you've ever seen the movie Lars and the Real Doll.
Anonymous 9 months ago
The stories don't really have a satisfactory ending---they just kind of stop. ...
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Original stories rhat were fun to read. They were well written and developed. I would like to read more on this author
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
B&N only accepts one review at a time. So I'm saying the first story made me laugh, the second had a lot of foreshadowing (maybe a tad too much), I liked Laura Black and she's someone I wouldn't mind seeing again, the woman reading the book was a tad ordinary (we all know women get emotionally caught up with drama/general knowledge), the astral projection not very fresh a concept, the sci-fi one I don't know, I skimmed through it honestly. But overall I approve. Your writing flows and is not strained or anything, or maybe I'm just saying your style is clear, which is not a bad thing.
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Oboe_Girl More than 1 year ago
This was an interesting mix of stories. Most were unique.