Review 1: Writers on the Wrong Side of the Road... 4.5 Stars
"This anthology contains some of the creepiest and unusual stories I’ve read in a long tim...moreReview 1: Writers on the Wrong Side of the Road... 4.5 Stars
"This anthology contains some of the creepiest and unusual stories I’ve read in a long time. While a few of the selections seemed out of place either by caliber or by genre, the best works in this anthology truly set the bar for greatness in speculative fiction. As a whole, I rate Writers on the Wrong Side of the Road at four stars and recommend it as a great addition to any speculative fiction library."
Review 3: Writers on the Wrong Side of the Road... Very Good (5 Stars?)
"The editing by Sassy Brit and C.C. Bye is excellent, and the entire presentation is beautifully professional. If you like the short-story genre and want something unique and innovative, you might consider this read. My personal favorite was Malpas, a novella, by Marion Webb-De Sisto, an erotica beauty and beast."
That was precisely the point of Writers on the Wrong Side of the Road; to take the reader off guard, similar to what the writers themselves must have felt as they explored new avenues and stretched their craft. Some pieces may have been formulaic, while others were seamless, but all represented the essence of skillful storytelling and every participating author should be justly proud of their willingness to get behind those unfamiliar wheels and step on the gas. I had been run down, backed over, run down and backed over again and again, mangled and rearranged and left gently on the curb, whole and wholly entertained.
Steve Beai is a professional author and musician whose short-story, novel and non-fiction work has appeared in numerous publications and has been recognized by both HWA and MWA. He is currently in the studio with the Rory Lewis Band, laying down the drums for their upcoming third CD, Belize.
Review 5: ..."Overall this was a really enjoyable read which I’d rate an easy four stars, with eight of the seventeen stories presented scoring four stars or up. Where there were problems, it seemed always to be with endings, endings too abrupt in otherwise well-written tales."