Off the KUF, Volume 2: Short fiction from the Kindle Users Forum (2020)

Off the KUF Volume Short fiction from the Kindle Users Forum Off the KUF Volume is an anthology of short fiction guaranteed to appeal to readers of all genres Whether you re a fan of mysteries thrillers historicals romance humour literary fiction horro
  • Title: Off the KUF, Volume 2: Short fiction from the Kindle Users Forum
  • Author: David Wailing H.K. Abell Martin Roy Hill Ken Magee Julia McLaren Kath Middleton JonathanHill K.Z. Morano
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Off the KUF, Volume 2: Short fiction from the Kindle Users Forum
    Off the KUF Volume 2 is an anthology of short fiction, guaranteed to appeal to readers of all genres Whether you re a fan of mysteries, thrillers, historicals, romance, humour, literary fiction, horror or science fiction, Off the KUF will keep you entertained This book features 30 standalone stories, ranging from bite sized drabbles to multi part tales These showcase thOff the KUF Volume 2 is an anthology of short fiction, guaranteed to appeal to readers of all genres Whether you re a fan of mysteries, thrillers, historicals, romance, humour, literary fiction, horror or science fiction, Off the KUF will keep you entertained This book features 30 standalone stories, ranging from bite sized drabbles to multi part tales These showcase the wide ranging styles of our talented indie authors, many of whom you ll be inspired to read from Volume 2 is edited by David Wailing and the contributing authors are in alphabetical order H.K Abell, Andrew Barrett, Kim Brooks, Alan G Brown, Michael Diack, Anna Faversham, John Gregory Hancock, Jennifer Hanning, Rick Haynes, Jonathan Hill, Martin Roy Hill, Ken Magee, Julia McLaren, Kath Middleton, K.Z Morano, Lee Penney, C Charlotte Pollnitz, Tara Pollnitz, Katherine Roberts, Alex Roddie, Tony Gareth Smith, Katie W Stewart, Ryan Thomas, Rosen Trevithick, David Wailing, Louise Warman, Lou Wellman, Andrew Craig Williams and Anne Wrightwell The front cover is by Katie Stewart at Magic Owl Designs.
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    One Reply to “Off the KUF, Volume 2: Short fiction from the Kindle Users Forum”

    1. Disclaimer I wrote one of the stories featured in this book, so be aware there might be some bias I m obviously not reviewing my own work , but I will try to be honest.This is the second in a trilogy of books written by the talented collection of authors who congregate on the Kindle User Forum.First off, this is a big book While it s an anthology of short stories, there are so many it easily revivals good sized novel and at a bargain price too Because each piece is separate, you can easily consu [...]

    2. This is the second collection of stories from the KUForum authors A handful of them are available elsewhere, but most of them were new to me and I devour books by KUF authors.You get a lot for your measly 2 Over 300 pages 30 stories by 29 authors, of varying lengths Some are drabbles 100 word long stories and some are much longer reads that you d probably spend 99p on just the one.As with any collection of stories there are some you like than others With this, I liked practically all of them an [...]

    3. I really enjoyed Volume 1 and luckily this second offering failed to disappoint The varied styles grabbed my attention and held it to the end Once again I enjoyed all of the stories and my thanks and congratulations are extended to all the authors Some really caught my imagination and my favourites are shown below in no particular order.Anna Faversham Deep In The World Of The Dead Ken Magee CCTV Nightmare Kath Middleton We All Fall Down Anne Wrightwell The Interview Michael Diack Garden Hopping [...]

    4. There s such a wide variety of genres and styles that it really adds to the enjoyment of this book Of course, there are some I liked than others I d recommend it, not only for the enjoyable stories some leaving you with much to think about but also as a good way to find new authors you like.

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