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Baby Shoes: 100 Stories by 100 Authors Paperback – July 28, 2015
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About the Author
Larry Paz is an author, business consultant, educator, and personal coach. His greatest joy is helping people recognize their talents and use them to tap into opportunities. He facilitates a Writers CircIe in Ocala, Florida for Master the Possibilities, a lifelong learning center. His published works include fiction and non-fiction. SOAR Without Limits - A process to turn dreams into reality, Whistler's Dilemma, Whistler's Reflection, My Time, My Life, My Work --A memoir, Hairy's Ultimate Adventure-A fictional fantasy, Hairy Plays Frisbee, The Internal Auditor as a Business Consultant, Auditing Integrated Control Systems, The Challenge of Auditing Computerized System, and Integrating the Internal Auditor in EDP. His management and consulting assignments in finance, banking, manufacturing, distribution, government, health care, insurance, and service industries provide an expansive business perspective. He has helped numerous individuals and organizations improve their performance. Larry earned bachelor's and master's degrees in Business Administration with emphasis in accounting, management, and information systems.
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Baby Shoes let's me play that random game as an adult. None of the stories are so long that I can get tired of any one author (and to be honest most of the stories really leave you wanting more). Subjects are varied too. They run the gamut from Jeb Brack's delicious twist on the cause of the Great Baltimore Fire (Burned) to S.M. Chandler's tale of a curious huntress (Collared).
Even though most of the stories have a "gotcha" moment, they're still highly re-readable. The distillation of story that happens when writing flash fiction is always interesting.