Best of Creative Fiction? Damn Straight! A Review of “Stories My Evil Twin Made Up” by Scott Morgan
February 8, 2013
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I’m a busy girl. So short story collections are a favorite of mine. And a collection of one of my favorite Indie Author’s best short stories? There’s only one response:
Previously released and now combined into one complete work, Stories My Evil Twin Made Up just proves what I’ve been saying for ages: That Morgan knows his shit when it comes to creative fiction. His ability to write stories that are less an excellent read and more a movie playing within your mind is astounding. From a glimpse into a short, unique, every day conversation between two strangers, what can happen when all things add up to the worst, and the first blush of an intense crush, the author shows his talent in writing across the spectrum of all genres.
If you missed these short stories the first go-round, well, you’re lucky that you get a second chance to read pure genius. Stories My Evil Twin Made Up will be available on Amazon.com on February 15. As someone who’s read them several times? Trust me, you’re not going to want to miss this excellent anthology of Morgan’s best creative fiction. As I did the first go round, five out of five stars.
Scott Morgan is the bestselling author of Character Development from the Inside Out and How I Make A Living In Writing, and is also the author of two short fiction collections, Short Stack and Tryptic. His latest book is How To Be A Whiny Beeyotch: 71 Writing Excuses Meet the Back of My Hand. Scott is the president of WriteHook (Write for the Jugular), an editing and writing services company for fiction and creative nonfiction. He also is a teacher, presenter, and speaker.
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