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Typeractive Tales: A Collection of Clean Short Fiction
Typeractive Tales: A Collection of Clean Short Fiction – Kindle edition by Brock Booher, R.C. Hancock, Marilee Jackson, Randy Lindsay, Janette Rallison, Stephen J. Stirling, Laura L. Walker. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Typeractive Tales: A Collection of Clean Short Fiction.
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From teenage crushes to meetings with the Grim Reaper, seven authors present you with a variety of tales to make you laugh, ponder, and enjoy a few minutes walking in someone else's shoes. You'll find in this collection some interesting shoes to walk in.
Forrest Gump said it best: “Anthologies are like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” (Or something like that)
Clean short stories
on July 28, 2016
It was cute… Some are better than others but overall I would recommend it to anyone wanting to read clean short stories
on April 30, 2016
By Batman of Laguna Seca 1964
I’m only half through it but it’s great for passing time in waiting rooms.
Need more clean fiction options in literature.
on October 20, 2015
By Randy Lindsay
This is an anthology of clean fiction. There are seven authors contributing stories that range from general fiction to romance to science-fiction. This is a great chance to checkout the writing styles of these traditionally published authors. You may even find a new favorite writer in the process. I especially liked The Milk Run by Brock Booher and The Christmas Warrior by Stephen J. Stirling. And although romance isn’t really my top choice for reading material I found Crush by Janette Rallison to be pretty humorous.
well worth the price
on October 19, 2015
By Book Babe
There are some really great stories in here! Best part was the price. Now I have some new authors to research…
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