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Running Wild Anthology of Stories, Volume 3

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An eclectic collection of stories that will keep you turning the page. With stories that span styles, genres, and voices. Each one will keep you engaged.

Edited by Cecile Sarruf, the authors include Hailey Piper, Dawn DeAnna Wilson, Magaly Garcia, Susan Breall, VT Dorchester, Susan Breall, Robert Allen Lupton, Paul Attmore, Anthony Peters, Andrew Adams, Monique Gagnon
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ebook, 220 pages
Published September 15th 2019 by Running Wild Press
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Katrina Forest
Feb 02, 2020 rated it really liked it
“Running wild” is actually a pretty accurate description of these stories as a whole. Each one took my imagination somewhere different and unique. The cool thing with anthologies is that stories of different genres or stories that don’t fit well into a single genre can comfortably find a home together. They can take you on a crazy tour through all different worlds and still leave you satisfied. Some of the stories in this anthology are strictly contemporary, others have a clear fantastic ...more
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