Be Seated - Short Stories For The Smallest Room

Be Seated - Short Stories For The Smallest Room

by John White

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Better than a newspaper.
Better than your usual reading material.
Better than contemplating your kneecaps.
Why be bored? Why be alone in there? This delightful book of short stories is brimming with amazing tales of humour, adventure, crime, love, horror, science fiction, fantasy and chance.
The short stories and monologues in this book are snapshots of experiences, thoughts, people and places. They are just the right length to be read at a sitting and suit that most lonely of personal occasions. Enjoy some light entertaining reading whilst nature takes its course. You know it makes sense. Take your pick.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940149426461
Publisher: Pneuma Springs Publishing
Publication date: 04/04/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 174
File size: 542 KB

About the Author

John White was born in 1943, in Gedling, Nottingham. He is married to Wendy and has one daughter, Kate. Before his retirement the only writing he had attempted was for his own amusement. After a full working life an interest was required to help fill the void. Because all the things he planned to do after retirement required physical effort, his wife, Wendy, suggested a more creative challenge, and something he clearly enjoyed, would be just the thing. He joined a local writers group, sought advice about his novel, Brook Breasting, and now finds the art of writing to be totally absorbing. His wife is the first person to review anything he produces, followed by the members of the writers group. Deciding from the outset to accept constructive criticism has been generally beneficial. Following on from his first published work, a novel entitled Brook Breasting; he now presents this compilation of short stories and the odd monologue.

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