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The reviews are in...

Hello there to anyone who might be reading.

As you can tell from my website, I'm a writer. I have a book out. It's called Stories About People. I think it's actually good, and some other people do too. Below are a couple of reviews from people that don't know me personally. Some would say that makes them unbiased.

"This is one of those books that when you look at the cover you are pulled in.  The unique color and simplistic and seemingly unrelated illustrations had me intrigued.  This is a collection of short stories.

Unlike some collections, what I really enjoyed was the variety of subject matter covered by this author.  From the first story of Mary who is living in the world of submitting articles for a moving toward digital magazine about handmade items... To Tom and the T-shirt incident – really well done twist – in the middle of a few other narratives.  Each story was thought-provoking and led to some interesting tangles that I really enjoyed figuring out.  Even the Author Note that suggests you may want to stop reading before the last story had me captivated.  I sat down to read a couple of stories and picked up my head after a few hours to realize I was done.  I think the story 'The Old vs The Young' is going to be tonight’s dinner conversation! – You’ll just have to read it to figure out what I mean."

-Jennie Rosenblum jenniereads.com

"A friend told me about this book of quirky short stories by a young author - 'stories about people,' in particular the current 20 something generation. I enjoyed the book very much and wish it was longer. There is sadness, humour, alienation, keen observation of human behaviour, and food for thought in all the stories. I particularly enjoyed the story that linked to the characters in some of the other stories. I was left with some unanswered questions as I finished the book and a strong desire to read more of his writing. I look forward to reading his next book."

-Taken from Amazon.co.uk

[The above reviews have been edited for errors only.]

You can buy a signed copy of the book from this website by clicking here. Or you can buy from Amazon or Indiebound. It's also free if you're a member of Kindle Unlimited.

Cameron Harrie