Official Review: Something in the Middle by A.I. Wand

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Re: Official Review: Something in the Middle by A.I. Wand

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diana lowery wrote: 12 Oct 2020, 08:31 Your description of the surprise ending in "Aurora" makes me want to read the book just for that story. Good Job!
Thanks, Diana, this was a unique book. Some of the stories were about the author or one of his alter egos, but there were a few that stood alone, and "Aurora" was one of them! Thanks for stopping by and for the kind comment!
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HannahsReads wrote: 14 Oct 2020, 15:18 Short stories are such a tricky thing--you have to connect to them really quickly, so it's hard to find a collection that really works for many readers. Thanks for the detailed review to help readers know if they will like this collection!
You're welcome! This was a unique type of short stories. Most of the stories were either about the author, or his alter egos. There were a few stand alone stories though, that gave some variety! Thanks for stopping by and commenting!
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Great review. This seems to be comic relief book. Short interesting stories here and there.
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Just reading your comments about the stories made me smile. These must be great stories! I also enjoyed your comments about Aurora. This feels like a good book that makes you laugh and de-stress! Thanks for the fun recommendation.
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While this approach to writing is quite uncommon, I’d never pass up a book of short stories that’d make me cackle or chuckle. Thank you
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This definitely sounds like a fun read. Short stories go well together with my life at the moment, since I often get interrupted by my kids... and I hate to stop reading in the middle of a chapter 😁 anyway, sounds like the author had a very unique approach in writing this book. Thanks for your thorough review!
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