Lies days stories lies From the author of Spirit Houses comes a collection of flash fiction written one story a day for the duration of An old photograph a list a sinister vending mach

  • Title: 365 Lies
  • Author: Die Booth
  • ISBN: 9780992640040
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • 365 days, 365 stories 365 lies.From the author of Spirit Houses comes a collection of flash fiction, written one story a day for the duration of 2013.An old photograph, a list, a sinister vending machine found things and stolen things and magic things Holidays, love affairs and breakups, in the past, the present, and futures both brutal and beautiful A diary of highs365 days, 365 stories 365 lies.From the author of Spirit Houses comes a collection of flash fiction, written one story a day for the duration of 2013.An old photograph, a list, a sinister vending machine found things and stolen things and magic things Holidays, love affairs and breakups, in the past, the present, and futures both brutal and beautiful A diary of highs and lows, seasons and events, in fictional form, 365 Lies with one extra in case of leap year will take you on a real life journey through genres, times and places and is guaranteed to ignite at least one little spark in every reader.This book has been produced in support of the Motor Neurone Disease MND Association The MND Association is the only national charity in England, Wales and Northern Ireland focused on improving care and support, funding vital research and campaigning to raise awareness for people affected by MND The charity relies on voluntary donations 1.67 from the sale of this book will be donated to the Association Find out how you can get involved at mndassociationBuy the book in all formats here lulu spotlight diebooth

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    1. This really is a treasure house of a book which I've already revisited on several occasions, failing as I did the challenge of reading one story a day in the spirit to which it was written! The author has created a microcosm of worlds, each being worthy of expansion in their own right, but shining brightly as individual intricately woven stars, each a miniature diorama, some with narrative, some as observational tableau. There is a variety of writing styles on offer, with something to please eve [...]

    2. It's really impressive that author Die Booth managed to write a story a day for a whole year. What's even more impressive is that each and every one is an equally fantastic, intriguing and captivating work of micro-fiction. I really couldn't put this book down. The stories vary incredibly in theme, genre and length but they are all held together by undefinable, ever-present but never focus-grabbing writing style which makes the reader flow effortlessly from one story into the next. Everyone shou [...]

    3. These stories take the minimalist style of Amy Hempel and combine it with evocative description to make a unique and riveting collection. It is either sharp, glass-shard fragments or a beautiful run-on poem or both, moving across all genres and the whole emotional spectrum. Die Booth has accomplished something rare here, and I loved it.

    4. This is a great book to pick up and put down at odd times . I started by reading the story on my birthday. Then my husbands birthdAy followed by my son, friends and family . The stories were spookily appropriate. Well written and wide ranging I would recommend these short stories.

    5. This book is a delicious smorgasbord of short fiction, a story for every day of the year. What I particularly liked was the author's trust in the reader - nothing is over-explained and many stories leave you with a sense of having to mull them over. Die Booth has well honed observational skills, a keen ear for dialogue and seems equally comfortable in all points of view. I loved the abundance of tiny details and the dollops of black humour. There is something in 365 Lies for everyone.

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