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The Booked. Anthology Review 2: “The Confession of Adelai Shade” by Craig Clevenger

It only feels natural to follow a juggernaut like Fred Venturini‘s “A Pound of Flesh” with something to keep the reader ravenous. The opening story is quite good, to be true. However, the impact it has could leave the reader … Continue reading

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The Booked. Anthology Review 1: “A Pound of Flesh” by Fred Venturini

Up until now, I’ve read a select few stories in this collection. Prior to its completion, I was one of the lucky people to read through some of the submissions, looking for typographical errors and the like. I’ve been singing … Continue reading

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The Samaritan – Fred Venturini

Adolescence is often tragic, full of drama and awkward moments, as each person finds out who they are, and what they’re going to become. They live and breathe amongst people their own age, thrown in a system where they’re taught … Continue reading

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