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Twenty-one strange, funny, spooky, scary stories, sometimes with ghosts. Written by Laura Ellen Scott and illustrated by Mike Meginnis.
ebook, 32 pages
Published January 10th 2011

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Transvision Zack
Feb 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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I heard about "Curio" via JMWW’s wonderful interview with the author, Laura Ellen Scott, in their Winter 2012 issue. The book is a collection of 21 short stories, published by Uncanny Valley Press in January ’11, and available for the cost of a Tweet or Facebook post (re: free) on their website. To put it simply, you should not pass up this offer. "Curio" is one of the best fiction collections I’ve read in some time. Laura Ellen Scott’s writing takes a look below the surface of rural America, bo ...more
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