Author – Morgen Bailey.
Morgen Bailey (Morgen with an E) is an author (of novels, short stories, writing and editing guides), freelance editor (for publishers and indie authors), writing tutor (in person and online), Writers’ Forum magazine ‘Competitive Edge’ columnist, blogger, speaker, and co-founder of Northants Authors. The former Chair of three writing groups, she has judged the H.E. Bates Short Story Competition, RONE, as well as the BBC Radio 2, BeaconLit, and Althorp Literary Festival children’s short story competitions. She also runs her own monthly 100-word competition. 2018 events include talks and workshops at Troubador’s Self Publishing Conference speakers, workshops and panels at Delapre Book Festival, interviewing and workshops at BeaconLit, and NAWG Fest with her ‘Editing your Fiction’ weekend residential course. Morgen can be found on Twitter, Facebook, and many others. Her blog is http://morgenbailey.wordpress.com, and email address email@example.com.
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Pages – 233
The Blurb –
This collection was written from a variety of prompts supplied by storyaday.org and originally published on Morgen’s blog (morgenbailey.wordpress.com – where you can still read the list of prompts), during May 2011, 2012, and 2013.
In this book there are stories of revenge, overcoming obstacles, newfound and lost love, shopping, chocolate, legends of history, and the occasional alien or two.
We have crimes afoot, writer’s block, characters with and without friends, homages, humans and non-humans, scratches, squeaks and barks.
From Chelsea buns to casseroles, we share the highs and lows, but the stories all go to show what can be done with a prompt, a few hours, and a colourful imagination.
Today is my stop on the A Story A Day May Collection. Many thanks to Sarah Hardy BOTBS for the chance to read and review.
My thoughts – This is a great collection of short stories and flash fiction. Prompts are a great way to get the creative juices flowing. The use of prompts to collate this book is good as you get such a wide range of subjects.
All the stories are unique and showcase the writer’s talent, as she tackles a varying array of topics.
Purchase Links – The Story A Day May Collection
5 thoughts on “A Story A Day May Collection”
Reblogged this on Morgen 'with an e' Bailey and commented:
What a lovely way to end my collection’s maiden tour. Thank you so much to everyone involved, especially Sarah at Book on the Bright Side for arranging.
Thank you so much, Caroline. You’re very kind.
Thank you so much for closing off the blog tour today Caroline x