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Theodore Cohen (theodorejeromecohen) | 120 comments Would someone be so kind as to add the paperback edition to your library? The Kindle edition should already be there. Thanks. Ted

* Title: Creative Ink, Flashy Fiction: Flash Fiction Anthology – Book 4
* Author(s) name(s): Theodore Jerome Cohen, Alyssa Devine
* ISBN (or ASIN): 9781983426773
* Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
* Publication date: June 5, 2018
* Format: Paperback
* Description:
If you like your fiction entwined with fact (“faction”), this collection of flash fiction (less than 250 words per story) is for you! Theodore Jerome Cohen is an award-winning author who has published more than ten novels—all but one of them mystery/thrillers—two short-story anthologies, and one Young Adult (YA) mystery/thriller written under the pen name Alyssa Devine. During his 45-year career he has worked as an engineer, scientist, CBS Radio Station News Service (RSNS) commentator, private investigator, and Antarctic explorer. What he’s been able to do with his background is mix fiction with reality in ways even his family and friends have been unable to unravel!

A few of the stories featured here, in Book 4 of the series Flash Fiction Anthologies, were award-winning entries in the weekly Flash Fiction Challenges sponsored by the Website Indies Unlimited. Most, however, are the product of Cohen’s creative mind, knowledge of history, and yes, even a great sense of humor, all prompted by an endless stream of provocative photographs of people, animals, buildings, and landscapes found on a variety of Internet sites. Specifically, in this volume, you’ll find, a chat with Frank Sinatra, a tale about a deadly tarot reading by Madam Ophelia, a discussion between a photographer and an orangutan regarding the best film to use on a photo shoot, and the history behind a secret meeting between the Israelis and Palestinians in 1986. In short (pun intended), there is something in this book for almost every genre and taste.

* Page count: 182
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Abcdarian | 23408 comments Done.


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Theodore Cohen (theodorejeromecohen) | 120 comments Bless you! (;>)


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