Odds and Ends - A Short Story Collection

Odds and Ends - A Short Story Collection

by Chris Frank Melton


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From tales of woe, to tales of triumph, the short stories in this collection are my very best written over the years.

The stories in this collection will make you laugh, make you cry, make you think, and best of all, make you read. From the first page to the last page you will encounter stories that beg you to keep reading until the very end.

The thing I love most about these stories is their surprise endings. In most of the stories you will not see the ending coming.

From the first story, a laughable tale which describes what happens when the drunk man doesn't drive, until the last story, which is a heart wrenching tale of one mans loss and his refusal to deal with it, and what he does in the end to finally confront that which he for so long avoided, you will be thrown through strange tales which you will want to read again and again.

There are a total of eleven tales in this book. Throughout you will discover many things. From the bird who eats people whole, to the warehouse where nothing is normal, from the insane man who discovers a real psycho, to the man who discovers who the real psycho is, you will not be disappointed by what you read.

I have included only my very best short stories, some I wrote over 14 years ago, and every one I have polished and refined to make them my very best. Now I turn them over to you, to enjoy and laugh at, to wonder and marvel at, but most of all, to read and enjoy.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781493767977
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/17/2013
Pages: 302
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.63(d)

About the Author

I have previously had my poetry published in anthologies distributed around the world, as well as local presses.

I have been writing fiction as well since I was 16 years old, and I have written two novels which have yet to be published, but which I hold bright hopes for their future. I continue to work on my craft and hope that one day I will be as well known as Stephen King, John Sandford, and Dean Koontz, the authors which I love the most.

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