As Told by Things

As Told by Things

by E.D.E. Bell

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BN ID: 2940155244332
Publisher: Atthis Arts LLC
Publication date: 06/05/2018
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 712 KB

About the Author

E.D.E. Bell was born in the year of the fire dragon during a Cleveland blizzard. With an MSE in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan, three amazing children, and nearly two decades in Northern Virginia and Southwest Ohio developing technical intelligence strategy, she now applies her magic to the creation of genre-bending fantasy fiction in Ferndale, Michigan, where she is proud to be part of the Detroit arts community. A passionate vegan and enthusiastic denier of gender rules, she feels strongly about issues related to human equality and animal compassion. She revels in garlic. She loves cats and trees. You can follow her adventures at

Table of Contents

Preface by E.D.E. Bell

“Start Again” by Alanna McFall

“The Lady at the Bar” by B.C. Kalis

“Ruby” by Terry Sanville

“Growing as You’re Walking Past” by Donnie Martino

“Imago Mundi” by Evan Dicken

“Elevated” by Tom Jolly

“Stewardship” by Holly Schofield

“Fast Glass” by T.J. Lockwood

“Anything Nice” by Steve Carr

“Love Letter” by Avily Jerome

“Petit Mal” by Geoff Dutton

“Paris Mug” by Debra Krauss

“The Malkin and Thel Tarot Catalog (Midsummer’s Eve, 2018)” by Robert Dawson

“Tragedia” by E.D.E. Bell

“A Day in the Life of a Gigolo” by N.S. Evans

“Flowers at the Pond” by Grace Keating

“B.H.S.” by BethAnn Ferrero

“The Pea and the Princess” by Stephanie Vance

“Tuff” by C. Flynt

“The Playful Protector” by Jasre’ Ellis

“Twenty Sides to Every Tale” by Laura Johnson

“Violet Sparkle” by Kella Campbell

“Peter the Paper Clip” by John Darling

“Cashmere” by Z. Ahmad

“What I See” by E.D.E. Bell

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Anonymous 10 days ago
Imaginative short stories told by inanimate objects