Six Impossible Things

Six Impossible Things

Six Impossible Things A new father is visited by his childhood imaginary friend A woman falls in love with a cartoon character The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse show up at a big box retail chain Sometimes humorous often

  • Title: Six Impossible Things
  • Author: Renee Carter Hall
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A new father is visited by his childhood imaginary friend A woman falls in love with a cartoon character The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse show up at a big box retail chain Sometimes humorous, often poignant, and always memorable, the six short stories in this collection may just make you believe impossible things.

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      Published :2020-01-04T11:40:40+00:00

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    This is a cute, whimsical collection of well-written short stories that titillate the imagination. If you've ever had a beloved imaginary childhood friend or longed to meet your favourite cartoon characters in person, these tales are for you.

    I found two of Ms Hall's books posted in the free SFF group a while back. One of them, Real Dragons Don't Wear Sweaters, looked fluffy and cute. That turned out to be largely accurate, so I turned to this collection with mild optimism, despite the basic cover.Well, you know what they say about books and covers. This is a collection of surprisingly good stories in a substantially more adult voice. "Childish Things" starts off serious. It takes an abrupt and surprising turn early on, and I was pr [...]

    A short, sweet and FREE e-read which I completed while waiting for a gig to start, and will undoubtedly revisit.As someone who spent their childhood in love with various cartoon characters, my favourite was 'Drawn from Memory', set in a world in which cartoon heroes are real, but 'blink out' of existence when their star wanes. A young woman interviews her childhood hero Terrence Tiger, and they both get more out of the meeting than they were expecting.Other highlights of this short to very-short [...]

    The ONLY reason I didn't give this little collection of short stories 5 stars was because I didn't love every single story in the book. But the ones I did love, I read twice or more. It was free on Kindle, can't argue with that! If you like whimsical, magical stories that might make you cry a little bit, read this immediately

    While taking a break from creating worlds, I decided to peruse others’ creations. Being frugal by both nature and necessity (Insert your own comment about the provincial government here) I was delighted to find an e-book by acclaimed author Renee Carter Hall, a fellow FWG member.First things first, this is a FREE EBook, available on Smashwords for download.Do I recommend it? If you are looking for a collection of short stories and flash fiction that can act as literary Prozac, then $#@! Yes, I [...]

    Stellar in every way, it's a crime that Renee isn't charging more for these stories. Each one is vibrant and beautiful, emotional, whimsical and funny. The stories include "Childish Things" about a new father visited by his childhood imaginary friend when his newborn daughter is struggling in a hospital. "Moon, June, Raccoon", a story about a young woman desperately seeking love and how an attempt at magic brings her a witty raccoon matchmaker. And "Swear Not by the Moon" which examines a father [...]

    As a big fan of fairytales and fiction I was ecstatic when I found this book. Though, now having read it All I can say is WTF?!

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