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Behind stone walls

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A Collection of Four Stories from Yellow Silk Dreams.

Completely separated by geography and culture in the USA, UK and Australia, the four authors sat down at their computers and wrote stories on the same theme - The Castle. The results are here, and I think you will agree that they could not be more different.

I will not even attempt to describe the stories - just read on
ebook, 65 pages
Published April 23rd 2012 by Yellow Silk Dreams
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May 09, 2012 Gemma rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I was honoured to be included in this Anthology from the authors of Yellow silk dreams. What makes this book so different is that we all write in different (ish) genres. The result works really well as our individual interpretations of 'The Castle' blend together to entertain the reader through imaginative story telling.
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