NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 12, 2021
D.P. May, a New Yorker now living in North Carolina, has completed her new book “Short Stories for the Young and Old”: a gripping and potent collection of whimsical mystery short stories for readers young and old.
D.P. May writes, “This book of short stories I have written for the young and old. I hope you will find a story that will give you an appetite for more reading of books. My husband and I both, at our age, not only enjoy reading books for adults but also find that there is a lot of books for the younger set that are very interesting and entertaining. Some of the stories are from experience, but most are from imagination. So, let’s get comfortable and read.”
Published by Page Publishing, D.P. May’s charming book is a collection of short stories mostly narrated by the character of Pixie, who was previously introduced in the author’s first book as a service dog and guide protector. In this collection, Pixie is a detective, giving her more responsibility than ever.
In these stories, Pixie and friends must solve some mysteries that surround her, in addition to providing background into how Pixie got her name. There are two Christmas stories in this collection as well: one about a tree that wished to be a Christmas tree, and the other about a little girl who loses a very special Christmas decoration. The second half of the collection is dedicated to one longer mystery for older readers that is partially based on one of the author’s unbelievable experiences. Readers of all ages will enjoy each and every story in this amusing collection.
Readers who wish to experience this delightful work can purchase “Short Stories for the Young and Old” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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