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Brain to Books presents its first anthology, "Book Dreams (Volume #1). Here we present a collection of short stories and poems featured in the 2017 Brain to Books Cyber Convention and Book Expo.

Authors include Ani H. Manjikian, Adam Dreece, W.J. Howard, Toi Thomas, Timothy Bateson, Ash Krafton, Charlene Diane Jones, Sanzaki Kojika, Tyrean Martinson, C.T. Callahan, Maria
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Kindle Edition, 158 pages
Published April 7th 2017 by Brain to Books
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Toi Thomas
Jul 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I enjoyed the diversity of poetry and short fiction from many genres. Proud to have a piece included with these lovely stories. My favorite (no, not my own) was The Quilt of Belonging. It was very emotional.
Stephanie Faris
The background of Book Dreams (Brain to Books Anthology 1) is almost as entertaining as the great stories inside! The stories and poems in this book were all featured at the 2017 Brain to Books Cyber Convention and Book Expo. I, of course, had to look that up and I found that it's an online "con" designed to discover new authors. How awesome is that? This compilation includes mostly novellas and short stories. My favorite story was Tyrean Martinson's Here There Be Dragons, which features two cha ...more
Ash Krafton
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Winnie Howard
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I really enjoyed the different mix of stories.
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