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Forbidden Love is the frightening story of being in a graveyard after closing time in the search for family history. A nice idea but I felt the denouement was a little rushed and I would have liked the outcome to have been developed further.
Forever Lost is a romantic and beautifully descriptive piece of love, betrayal and tragic loss.
Sail with Me reads like a faction piece, where fiction meets a real life story. Aaron recalls his upbringing as a military brat, of missing his dad and of the best friends that came and went.
Lastly, there is The Hourglass, a familiar tale of a life offered to Death in order to save another.
I’m a fan of using short stories to fill those times when concentration is difficult to maintain or reading time is constantly interrupted. They also give a good introduction to a writer’s work and this well written collection was a welcome diversion that I’d recommend to all those looking for a light read.
Scribbler Tales is a collection of 5 short stories of varying genres. Basically, if you like short stories, regardless of your genre comfort zone, there is something in Scribbler Tales that you will enjoy. (Though I dare you to not enjoy all five. Seriously.)
My favorite story in this first volume is Forever Lost. It’s one I had read before and it made me realize why I love rereading; it’s like coming home to an old friend. Desperate Measures might be my second favorite. It was not the type of story I would expect from Mary Ann Bernal, and it blew me away! So creepy!
I think that this collection really showcases her talent and diversity as a writer. Anyone can make a decent story when they have hundreds of pages to play with, but to create short stories that blow your mind in the few minutes it takes to read them is a true challenge. A challenge that Mary Ann Bernal completes with ease. I am eagerly awaiting the next volume of The Scribbler Tales.