Collected Short Stories of Thomas C. Stone consists of ten short stories. The choice of topics takes the reader across raging seas, up untamed rivers, through the wilds of modern dating and marriage, and sometimes like a fly on the wall eavesdropping on higher powers. Collected Short Stories also contains "Remember The Alamo," a tale about the adolescent discovery of injustice.
Stone is generally known for his long fiction -- sci-fi novels of futuristic adventure. This collection of stories, however, is not science fiction, although there are one or two that push the boundaries. Most of the stories deal with adult themes.
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About the Author
Indie Author Thomas C. Stone developed a fascination for science fiction early in life, reading most of the modern-day masters by fourteen years of age. As a student, Stone studied writing, classical literature, philosophy, linguistics, and computer science. To support his writing, he has worked as a teacher, technical writer, systems analyst, martial arts instructor, and various other odd jobs. Additionally, Stone has completed a dozen novels primarily in the science fiction genre and, by his own admission, is more interested in the depiction of characters under stressful and extraordinary settings. Stone’s take on the world can be observed at his personal website and blog, http://www.thomascstone.com.