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Witches, Stitches & Bitches: A Three Little Words Anthology (Volume 1) Paperback – September 13, 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
Check out my full review at WatchPlayRead.com
Now I guess I am a sci-fi, horror, zombie, vampire, historical biography, ukulele, Marvel Comic nerd.... And I'm ok with that. Now if only there was a story about a ukulele-playing, Nazi zombie superhero in tights...... hmmmmmm.
I discovered EGM when utilizing facebook's new "stalker mode" and having it pop up on my feed from an author friend. I went to their page and scoped them out, eventually leading me to their website. I kind of forgotten about them until I came across a feed that produced a few pictures with cleverly placed snippet from the book "Witches, Stitches and Bitches." ... A paranormal based anthology... says what!?
I sent a request to Stephanie Bissette-Roark for a potential ARC of this book. She then passed it onto her publisher, and I received a copy in my E-mail. I was so stoked!
This book is the perfect gateway from Summer to the cool, crisp autumn nights in October. I was able to curl up and instantly felt the spell it cast over me. ( *wink wink* ) I sunk deeper and deeper into these short stories.
As with all short story anthologies, this book featured incredibly strong, well written stories and some that I found myself skimming through just to get an idea for my review. Listed below are my top three favorite stories:
"Urgent Care" by Christine Morgan
"Spare Parts" by Stephanie Bissette-Roark (This is not because of the ARC..it truly is a creative and entertaining story.)
"Three Gateways" by Eva Langston
I am very excited about this introductory book from Evil Girlfriend Media, even more excited about the up and coming anthologies as well. This is beginning a strange, twisted, creepy, gory road for a kick ass idea. I look forward to wrapping my mind, and hands, around whatever they produce.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was bewitched from the moment beginning to end. Powerful women have always been awesome, and each one of the stories found in Witches, Stitches & Bitches has her own thing... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Carmen
I especially enjoyed the stories by Caren Gussof and Christine Morgan! There are some very original and thought provoking tales in this anthology.Published 23 months ago by Christopher Clancy
I normally do not enjoy short stories but in this case I was pleasantly surprised. Each story told was as though it were written by O'Henry. The surprises are in store for you. Read morePublished on April 13, 2014 by killabsting
I can't remember the last time I read a themed anthology and didn't skip over at least one of the stories. Well, this anthology succeeded in just that. Read morePublished on January 23, 2014 by J. Del Arroz
Witches, Bitches & Stitches an anthology of stories by a talented group of authors. Three little words and what do they all have in common? Women...females...girls. Read morePublished on January 19, 2014 by HeadshotHeather
OK, let's be honest...I have a story in the anthology. But nevertheless I think this is a great little read, with lots of funny revenge stories, some chilling, some silly. Read morePublished on December 19, 2013 by Katherine Brandt
What a great collection of stories. Each story is unique, interesting, and full of surprises. As I finished a story, I could hardly wait to start the next story. Read morePublished on October 25, 2013 by B. Vines