Introducing Stories to Enjoy by Tom Mach -- A Collection of 16 Stories with "O. Henry" Twists

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Stories to Enjoy is a collection of 16 unique short stories by prize-winning author Tom Mach. Some of these stories were published in magazines, some won writing awards, and some are new. These stories don't carry a central theme but rather show a diversity of genres--humor, mystery, historical, and mainstream. Stories to Enjoy is like a house with many windows which look out upon intriguing characters involved in attempting to solve various facets of life's challenges. It is a fun read.

Stories to Enjoy

"These stories are sometimes poignant, sometimes humorous--but always memorable and engaging, with O. Henry twists that are sure to surprise and entertain." --Gordon A. Kessler, author of Jezebel and Dead Reckoning

Tom Mach, author of two award-winning historical novels, Sissy! and All Parts Together—as well as the author of an award winning poetry book, The Uni Verse, has just published Stories to Enjoy. This unique collection includes stories such as "Real Characters," which is about a writer who gets his wish--that his characters come alive.... "Breakfast, Over Easy" makes you wonder about loyalty in the face of temptation.... "When Kansas Women Were Not Free" takes you to a time when women were less free than former males slaves.... "Son" make you think differently about compassion. One novelist describes Stories to Enjoy as "memorable and intriguing, with O. Henry twists that are sure to surprise and entertain." Another reviewer said “Mach has crafted stories with different characters and unusual premises that can interest short-story enthusiasts.”

This book is perfect for folks 17 years old and over who want to read stories that contain fascinating surprises. For instance, what would happen if you could make the world stop?.. or what if you could go back and stop the Lincoln assassination? Could you? This is a book you won't be able to put down.


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