Rented Rooms: A Collection of Short Fiction Linda A. Lavid

ISBN:

Published: April 9th 2011

Nook

140 pages


Description

Rented Rooms: A Collection of Short Fiction  by  Linda A. Lavid

Rented Rooms: A Collection of Short Fiction by Linda A. Lavid
April 9th 2011 | Nook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 140 pages | ISBN: | 5.51 Mb

Fiction is about the “what-ifs”, about the message and the meta-message, about life’s symbiosis with art. Fiction is also about a writer’s interpretation of the world and his driven nature to describe it.

Rented Rooms is a ground-breaking collectionMoreFiction is about the “what-ifs”, about the message and the meta-message, about life’s symbiosis with art. Fiction is also about a writer’s interpretation of the world and his driven nature to describe it. Rented Rooms is a ground-breaking collection of previously published fiction. Author’s notes further welcome the reader behind the scenes and into the writer’s world of craft and inspiration that explores contemporary society and asks the critical questions: Could Bin Laden be sweet on Madonna?

Should there be an Eleventh Commandment? Do dogs have a secret agenda? These questions and more are raised, then answered in Rented Rooms.Reader Reviews for Rented RoomsThis is a valuable book. It will start you thinking about all sorts of things. The stories are well written and interesting. I found that the more time I put into thinking about the stories in this book, the more I thought about life in general and my life in particular. I found that many of the stories resonate with my own life.

LNA fine collection of life stories. Once you begin, you will find it difficult to put the book down. If these incidents have not been a part of your experience, someone you know has been there. My only complaint is that the collection comes to an end much too quickly.

ACThese short stories are bullets--shots to the brain that stay on your mind long after you read them. Im amazed how a writer can cram so much emotion, excitement, and vivid descriptive imagery in such a small package.

FTReading Rented Rooms is like opening a window. I could see so many things and listen to so many vivid sounds. You will read a couple of lines of any story and will think you know whats going on, but suddenly a new discovery will jump from the page, surprising you.

RGRented Rooms permits the reader to be a voyeur peeking in the many windows of a carefully constructed house of words.

Linda Lavid takes ordinary situations and turns them into brilliant little gems of stories that examine the secret corners and surreal moments of life. Her style is engaging, her characters like people we encounter daily, and her plots--oh, her plots are so sublime.

GRVisualize the three-dimensional characters, live the vibrant scenes that you know exist, enjoy the measured, thoughtful writing but beware. When you think the story is set, Lavid hasnt finished with you as the sting in each storys tail penetrates.

This collection demonstrates refreshing writing craft, the whole a quality job, the reading time well spent. CT



Enter answer





Related Archive Books



Related Books


Comments

Comments for "Rented Rooms: A Collection of Short Fiction":


2istudio.pl

©2014-2015 | DMCA | Contact us