Book Review – The Experimental Notebook of C.S. Boyack

It’s always a great day when someone enjoys our work. Check out this review of my first Experimental Notebook, by Don Massenzio. Maybe I should mention here that I have a second Experimental Notebook, and they’re only 99¢ each.

Author Don Massenzio

csb1Goodreads Blurb:

A speculative fiction selection of micro-fiction and short stories. These were designed to be short reads for your commute, coffee break, and other times when readers are pressed for time. This book contains a bit of science fiction, some fantasy, and paranormal stories.

My Review:

I am a huge fan of short stories, both creating and reading them. The problem is, not many writers do them well. Stephen King has published several collections and even his stories are sometimes hit and miss.

This is not the case with C.S. Boyack. In his Experimental Notebook he scores with one great story after another. Many of them have a pattern of reeling the reader in and then leaving you breathless with a surprise ending. From the very first story, Jack O’ Lantern, to gems like The 50 Gallon Drum, Boyack sets up the reader and then delivers some surprise that leaves you smiling.

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7 responses to “Book Review – The Experimental Notebook of C.S. Boyack

  1. This is a brilliant collection, I loved it!

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  2. Thanks for sharing this. I read indie author works selectively and review them rarely. This is a great collection.

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  3. What a nice review!!

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  4. Pingback: Reading Links 5/16/17 – Where Genres Collide

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