Avid4 Short Stories

Valentin Boubee

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07585CRL3/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1504219324&sr=1-1

I’m an author from Argentina who writes stories in english. I recently published a short story on Amazon and I want to increse its exposure
Here’s a description of the story:
Isolated. Dark. Endless. The railroad tracks are a place where anything can happen with only the night as a witness. And the worst thing is most of the time they go unnoticed.

Kenny made a habit out of walking over them, completely ignoring their existence. Until they called him. A messenger in the form of a wagon came to get him. To take him away. No matter how much he tried to avoid it, he had no choice. Now his life is in danger.


Angel M.B. Chadwick

https://www.amazon.com/Mrs.-Angel-M.B.-Chadwick/e/B00O4KZI8Q/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0

Angel M.B. Chadwick is currently writing the sequel to the “Weeping Well” series, titled “Weeping Well: Shards to the Grave.” She’s also writing a twelve book cozy mysteries series, numerous plays, novels, short stories, among her other literary works, business ideas and inventions all while raising her ten year old son. She’s a multi-genre author who likes mixing genres in her works. She is also an inventor of business ideas. She has traveled all over the world starting in her teens and hopes to do it again soon. She currently lives in Mississippi, in a quaint little house on the corner, in a quiet neighborhood in the city, where she is constantly and relentlessly plagued by inspiration.


Patsy Collins

https://patsycollins.uk

Patsy Collins will write anywhere she can reach in her campervan. She’s the author of five novels; four contemporary romances and one coming of age story with a difference. Hundreds of her short stories have been published in magazines in the UK, Australia, Sweden, Ireland and South Africa. She’s also co-author of From Story Idea to Reader – an accessible guide to writing fiction.

Patsy blogs about free entry writing competitions – http://patsy-collins.blogspot.co.uk and runs the womagwriter blog http://womagwriter.blogspot.co.uk which is handy for magazine guidelines.

I have a small collection of short stories which is (nearly) always free, as a kind of taster. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Not-Drop-Drink-Patsy-Collins-ebook/dp/B009RX5MGS/ref=la_B004O08LRQ_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1503916533&sr=1-4


William Dalphin

http://www.williamdalphin.com

Don’t Look Away is a collection of 35 short horror stories by William Dalphin originally contributed to the NoSleep subreddit. Hauntings, psychopaths, murder and mayhem, bugs, beasts, and things unexplainable await. With frightening illustrations by Emily Holt and David Romero. Best enjoyed late at night.


Martin Dolan

Retired, I write for a hobby, but hope to sell enough books to break even some day. THE STALLIONS OF HEAVEN, an adventure-romance. RETREATING WITH STINKY FEET, a book of short stories and poems. Both books are available on Amazon, Barnes Noble, Google, etc.


David M. Donachie

https://www.teuton.org/~stranger/index.php?action=cms.night_alphabet

Hi there! My name is David Donachie. I’m a writer, artist, games designer, and programmer, living in Edinburgh, Scotland, in a garret I share with my wife, two cats, and a lot of reptiles. I’ve been writing since I was old enough to hold a pencil, but I’ve only had a few stories published. Recently I released my first book of short stories, The Night Alphabet. Angels become refugees after a war in heaven; a man discovers a gap to another world in a house he is renovating; memories wash up an island shore as seaweed leaves; a Detective is hired to search for himself. The Night Alphabet brings you twenty-six stories from the edge of night.


Sandra J. Jackson

http://www.sandrajjackson.com

A graduate of a 3-year Graphic Design program, Sandra J. Jackson has always been creative, from drawing and painting to telling stories to her children when they were young. Her wild imagination lends itself to new and exciting ideas.
Sandra’s debut novel, Promised Soul, was released in 2015 and Playing in the Rain (Book 1 of the Escape Series) in September 2017 by Fountain Blue Publishing. A short story, Not Worth Saving, was published in New Zenith Magazine’s 2016 fall issue. She also has had several sports articles published in a local newspaper. She holds a professional membership with the Canadian Author Association and is a member of Writers’ Ink.
Sandra lives with her family in a rural setting in Eastern, Ontario. She is currently working on Book 3 of the Escape Series, her first trilogy.


BMB Johnson

http://www.lafayettestreetbooks.com

This looks like a great site, and a nice idea. I’ll love to join and try it out, and hope for you all the best.


David Kummer

http://davidkummer.com

My name is David Kummer, and I live in Madison, Indiana, which is a small town on the Ohio River. There’s lots of history and creepy places, which have influenced my writings. In my book SHE, most of the places and buildings are based off similar settings here in my home town, although I’ve changed them so you wouldn’t know really if I didn’t tell you.

I would love to get to know you better, so email me at davidkummer7@gmail.com or check out my blog at davidkummer.com. I’m always glad to give out review copies (always most of the time), but love it even more if you pick up a copy to buy. They’re all cheap. Reviews are super appreciated.

For real, message me either on there or here. I love getting to know people and talking books, sports, favorite foods (mmmm) or whatever your area of interest is.


Audrey N Lewis

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/33798818-everybody-has-a-story-these-are-ours

Everybody has a story…These are ours – Family relationships. Friendships. Finding our Place. This collection is a series of narratives exploring events, experiences, and memories. Each short work, while unique, brings the reader in touch with the inner monologue of the characters bringing their reality to life. Mother, Father, Sister, Brother, Daughter, Son, Wife, and Husband – this book pulls together seven independent stories into a compelling, and thought-provoking anthology. Audrey Lewis enjoys time with her family, working on furniture restoration, finding vintage treasures, a good game of scrabble. Nature tends to dictate some of her interests. She’s a beekeeper, vegetable gardener, and capture the world through a lens. When the day finally winds down, she turns on her laptop and writes. Writing has provided her an additional creative outlet which she now is able to further explore after 25  years of running an International non-for-profit.


Aurora Mandeville

To Explain (Or Not To Explain >.>)

Currently living in colorful Colorado, Aurora is working hard at getting all of her ideas out to the public. With the aid of music, reading, some art, and friends, she’s going to get this done. Yes, there are many genres she plans to be under, but that’s because those stories are still in the writing process, along with every other story that needs work. Happy reading!!


Lela Markham

Lela Markham is an Alaska-based multi-genre author delving into speculative realms with a high-fantasy series and an apocalyptic series and other standalones.

https://www.amazon.com/Lela-Markham/e/B00OQWYP68/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1524008787&sr=8-1


Ray Simmons

http://cohortsite.wordpress.com

Ray Simmons was born and raised in Bayou La Batre, Alabama. He attended and graduated from Alba High School and those High School Days were some of the best of his life. He has been a Deep Sea Diver, a soldier, a teacher, and most of all a traveler and a student of life. Now he wants to try his hand at writing and he welcomes all comments, help, and suggestions any friends and fans might have. He remains convinced that friendship, loyalty, and hard work make life fun, interesting, and meaningful. This whole arena of e publishing is new and exciting to him and he looks forward to working in it and eventually mastering it.

https://www.amazon.com/Ray-Simmons/e/B019JV8OLW/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0


Joanne Van Leerdam

http://www.jvlpoet.com

In addition to writing poetry and short stories, Joanne is a teacher of English, History and Drama/Production. She is an active member and performer in her local theatre company.
Her hobbies include reading, music, travel and photography.
Joanne loves travelling, and has visited many places in Australia as well as holidaying in New Zealand, Fiji, the USA and Canada at different times.

BOOKS:
Poetry: Leaf, Nova, Stained Glass.
Short Stories: New Horizons
Theatre/Drama: The Shakespeare Omelette


Patrick Witz

http://placergoldwritersink.com/

“Through Button Eyes” is a multi-genre compilation of fifteen previously unpublished short stories that will most assuredly take readers on a thrilling emotional roller-coaster ride of excitement, fear, laughter and tears. The stories range from tender coming of age to sci-fi adventure; romantic moments to brutal murder; magical fantasy to family tragedy… and one humorous zombie. This exciting anthology embraces a spectrum of genres where the seven authors skillfully integrated one seemingly innocuous plot point into every story, a button! (Genre Blends: Science-Fiction, Thriller, Dystopia, Fantasy, Horror-Comedy, Speculative-Fiction, Swashbuckler, Action/Adventure, Tragedy, Literary Fiction, Romantic Suspense, Memoir, Coming of Age, LGBT). “Through Button Eyes” was selected from thousands of national and international entries as one of the five medal finalists in the Anthology Division of the 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards (NGIBA). Authors: Patrick Witz, Annemarie Olsen, David Loofbourrow, Davin L. Kent, Jane Haworth, Evelina Dunn, Kathleen Coleman

Patrick Witz has from his youth always been fascinated with science, strange discoveries, technology, earth and other worldly places presented in National Geographic and Popular Mechanics. He is a steadfast believer that knowledge and imagination are a powerful combination and readily admits he will forever be a student of the arts, be it creative writing, photograph, or any other artistic interest or endeavor. In his writing, Patrick likes to blend genres and his eclectic nature leads him into a labyrinth of fictional paths. Patrick’s writing goal is to bring his written words to life in reader’s minds… therein to strum emotional cords; sculpt intriguing characters; create captivating dialogue; and paint intricate colorful settings. One can say Patrick’s diversity is the spice of his writing – sometimes sweet, every now and again bitter, often mixed with a sprinkle of humor, a pinch of peculiar flavor, and finished off with an unsuspecting or emotional twist.