I hope to offer readers a skewed view of the world in which they live.
West Valley, Utah (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
In his book, “Chester Crowley's Peculiar Head” (published by Trafford Publishing), Chester Crowley releases a collection of his unique brand of short stories. Each story is filled with science fiction themes and sprinkled with humor.
The collection includes, “Somnus Laughing,” a story about the simultaneous war drafting of a narcoleptic and an insomniac and their exploits in the war; “Xenosthesia,” a story about six people with extra-sensory perceptions who meet by chance and circumstance; and, “DayCevin,” a story that must be read to be believed.
These tales are full of crazy notions, funny situations, wit and humor. Interestingly the book has no page numbers. Alternatively, one can easily navigate through the book via images that act as reference tabs.
“It entertains in short bursts,” says Crowley. “I hope to offer readers a skewed view of the world in which they live.”
“Chester Crowley's Peculiar Head”
By Chester Crowley
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 236 pages | ISBN 9781425176099
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
About the Author
Chester Crowley lives in three different states; eating, sleeping and writing. Chester loves riding bicycles, as long as they are his own. He enjoys driving a 4WD “Creature” especially if there are bottles and cans to crush along the way. He has never been to outer space, though inner space is his home territory.
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