Morsels Vol. 1 serves up fifteen original twisted short stories. It's a Twilight Zone-ish genre blending ride with hairpin turns. The book starts off with "Greenlight" in which hardware store owner Harry O'Henry has a big problem. He has a wife, kids, a mortgage and a failing business due to the double whammy of a bad economy and a bad gambling problem. He finds a mysterious phone number on Craigslist that promises to solve his problems. It's a phone call he can only hope he lives to regret.
3.Precious White Lies
6.No Good Deed
10.The Young and the Terrorists
12.Coming Home to Roost
15.The Next Best Thing
Next on the menu is "Morsels: Twisted Tales of Life and Death Vol. 2" with thirteen new haunting stories.
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About the Author
Kelvin Wade is a 45 year old freelance writer/author. He has written an opinion column, "The Other Side" for the Daily Republic in Fairfield, California for 19 years. He has also done technical writing, newsletter design and production for various homeowner associations from Pacific Grove to Roseville, California. He also currently writes for the iPinion Syndicate. He helped co-found the Bay Area Survivors of Suicide and worked with the group for years before rolling it into the national organization. He wrote a column on dealing with the aftermath of suicide for the group's newsletter. He got his start writing for the Daily Republic in junior high when he wrote a column called "The Bear Facts" reporting on his school's (Grange Grizzlies) activities. Kelvin enjoys cruising, traveling, computers and gadgets (geek alert!), guns, Oakland Raiders football, MMA, boxing, wrestling, producing music, drawing, photography and cooking. He resides in Northern California with his very significant other, Catherine, and their three "kids", Beagle brothers Tyson and Theo and frisky Maltoodle, Rafi.