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Annie Reed
Writer of the popular Patient Z zombie survivor series, Annie Reed describes herself as a desert rat who longs to live by the ocean. Born and raised in Northern Nevada, she started her writing career in science fiction. She soon branched out into mystery and fantasy before she discovered the... show more

Writer of the popular Patient Z zombie survivor series, Annie Reed describes herself as a desert rat who longs to live by the ocean. Born and raised in Northern Nevada, she started her writing career in science fiction. She soon branched out into mystery and fantasy before she discovered the thrill of writing about people who just won't die.Besides writing about zombies, Annie also writes the popular Diz and Dee fantasy detective series, as well as mainstream mysteries featuring Sheriff Jill Jordan and private investigator Abby Maxon.Annie lives in Northern Nevada with her husband and daughter and a number of high-maintenance cats. A friend to backyard bunny rabbits and kamakazee quail, she'd probably befriend dogs, too, except they'd chase the bunnies.To learn more about Annie, visit her website at www.annie-reed.com, where Annie posts a short story every Thursday available to read for free for a week.
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Andrea K Höst
Andrea K Höst rated it 7 years ago
First of a series of short story collections funded through Kickstarter (each is themed, and this one's theme is fantasy). Most stories good, none total duds. Almost all 'contemporary' fantasy - magic happening to and around people in a world similar to ours (and almost all in the US)."Life Betwee...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 10 years ago
Is this the best collection of fairy tale retellings? No. The book is about half good and half bad. Stand out stories include:"Shall We Dance" by C. S. Friedman. This is story has a very good line about dung. Honest."Bitter Fruit" by Rosemary Edgehill. The type of spooky story you have to read...
wealhtheow
wealhtheow rated it 12 years ago
Out of 20 short stories, only three didn't induce nausea or boredom. Rosemary Edghill's "Bitter Fruit: A Tale of Crownland" was a grown up and viscerally disturbing story about a woman who seeks justice. Scott William Carpenter's "Heart of Stone," in which a calculating Medusa experiments with wha...
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