Children's fiction, Short Stories

A Curious Place by Barbara Woodward

This is another experimental book that I had on my list for far too long and I should have gotten to sooner, especially since it was a morsel of a book for an adult. This is a fun set of fiction for children with the predominant focus being on kindness to animals and other people.… Continue reading A Curious Place by Barbara Woodward

Random Fiction, Short Stories

Five Minutes at Hotel Stormcove – An Anthology

The book is still up for requesting as of 5/5/2019 I usually do not read many short story collections of any sort, mostly because I am more accustomed to longer sagas spanning a longer period of time. It gives me time to sink in and familiarize myself with the people. That said, I think that… Continue reading Five Minutes at Hotel Stormcove – An Anthology

Humour, Romance, Short Stories

The Man Upstairs and Other Stories by P.G. Wodehouse

I am very tempted to release my monthly list because of the lack of posts in my blog. Then again, I have not shown this much restraint in a while and I could probably use the feeling. I am not sure how much of it is common knowledge, but within the kindle unlimited membership, and… Continue reading The Man Upstairs and Other Stories by P.G. Wodehouse

Historical fiction, Humour, Romance, Short Stories

Snowdrift and Other Stories by Georgette Heyer

I am a very big fan of Georgette Heyer's sense of humour and style of writing. Keeping this in mind , the following review is relatively biased. This book is a collection of some of earlier unpublished and other short stories compiled together.I gained access to it via NetGalley. Considering these were penned in the… Continue reading Snowdrift and Other Stories by Georgette Heyer

Short Stories

Collected Hong Kong Stories by David T K Wong

When short stories are dissected in classrooms, there is a certain responsibility they ( the stories) carry, one of having finesse and to pack a punch into a far smaller canvas than average. Whole people have to be formed and their lives painted within those few pages. I essentially borrowed this book from the library… Continue reading Collected Hong Kong Stories by David T K Wong