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review 2017-04-05 19:14
One Sentence Review – Books Are Magic – Margins by Edward Lorn @EdwardLorn
Margins - E. Lorn,Edward Lorn

Margins by Edward Lorn is not your typical love story, but…

 

It is short and sweet.

 

Margins

 

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MY ONE SENTENCE REVIEW

 

Ms March owned Second Hand Books, loved the books as if they were her own children, and if you want a fun, and kinda sad love story and believe books are magic too, you will want to meet Jamie and Joe, by reading the fantasy short story Edward Lorn has written, called Margins.

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos 3 Stars

 

GOODREADS BLURB:  Have you ever truly loved a book?

One day, while perusing the stacks of her favorite used bookstore, Jaime comes across a book by an author whom she’s never heard of. After an awkward encounter, she rushes home with A RENDEZVOUS WITH RICHARD in tow.

It’s in the margins that Jaime finds and falls for the mysterious Joe. Because A RENDEZVOUS WITH RICHARD isn’t a normal book. And MARGINS isn’t your average love story

 

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2016-08-02 17:18
Word: A collection by E. Lorn
Word: A Collection - E. Lorn,Edward Lorn


A collection of short stories from Edward Lorn, the guy who in the past has made me want to vom on more than one occasion.

 

Embarking on this little journey, I started where you should usually start a book, at the beginning. Burrito . Right out of the gate, E. was true to form and much gagging occurred. I might have a queasy stomach or something, but this guy really just evokes very visceral responses from me. I'll never forget the 'flappers' from years before. Never.

 

Next came Skinny , which was an interesting experience because I've never wanted someone to bleed out so badly. I think I'm going to straight to hell for that comment, but honesty being what it is and all, Kim was as shallow as the rest of the effers in her story, and the only decent character is the one she endeavors to hurt the most. I find it funny that she spends as much time judging others on their physicality as she does lamenting her own. So, this story made me want to puke too - we're on a roll! 

 

I should pause here and say that I want to hurl in the most loving way possible. If a story makes you feel anything, it's done its job.

 

The next little story called, Come, starts on page 69.

 

I see what was done right there.

 

This story is about ejaculate. Oddly, it did not make me want to puke and that in itself is highly disturbing. There is some clever word play...and that's all I'm going to say about this...fiction.

 

Moving on to Margins , which is a close second for favorite of the collection, especially in terms of subject matter. It's a book lover's delight. That said, I had to walk away from it for a little while to return later. Being a follower of E.'s for a couple of years now, I've come to recognize his voice and his voice was very prevalent to me here -- and as the person's head I was supposed to be in was a single female and all I could 'hear' was E., this was an issue. It not only took me out of the story, it also became quite comical.

 

After a break of a week or two, I was able to expunge the imagery from my brain and return to finish. Margins is a solid story and a good emotional segue to Lounge , which did win the title for favorite of the collection.

 

There is something about throwing strangers together and discovering their narrative that really appeals to me. It's unpredictable. When you then put those characters into a scene with a huge sense of finality, their actions reveal their most essential selves. Lounge was edge of your seat people watching for the set that enjoys the why's of how we tick. I'm part of that set. I found the story a little bit heart breaking, a little bit hopeful, in just the right amount of words.

 

Something I noted after Margins and certainly after Lounge was the lack of language and...puke-y rambunctiousness that I associate with E. I knew, of course, that this collection was more of the literary bent, but it became evident that there was a method to his madness by winding down our experience to get a little sentimental. I don't have much to say about Glamis , our final story, other I felt it and knew it to be what it was - a fitting ending to a book of stories, a story about the storyteller.

 

A good collection and experience!

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text 2016-06-27 22:00
Surprise New Release! WORD, by E. Lorn.
Word: A Collection - E. Lorn,Edward Lorn

SURPRISE!

THIS IS NOT A REVIEW. IT IS A NOTICE OF RELEASE AND SALE PRICE

So this is a thing that exists now. My newest collection,WORD, (this one is literary and not horror) is available this week only for $0.99 on Amazon.com:https://www.amazon.com/Word-Collectio...

If you're interested in a signed copy of the paperback, they're $25 with free shipping to the US. You can pre-order one here: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr...

Pre-orders will only be available until July 1,2016. Paperback ships on August 18, 2016.

Thank you for your support.

E.

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text 2016-06-22 22:25
UPDATE for WORD Preorders

The proof of WORD came in today and I am thrilled with the final product. For those of you who ordered a copy, here's a glimpse at what you're getting.

 

 

Signed copies are still available for preorder until July 1,2016 HERE. $25 w/free shipping to the US. Book ships August 18, 2016.

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text 2016-06-12 03:12
WORD, by E. Lorn, (Signed Paperback Pre-Order)

 

Coming August 18, 2016

 

WORD: A Collection, by E. Lorn

 

Author Edward Lorn is best known for his horror stories.

These are not those.

WORD is a collection of literary fiction that celebrates story in all its forms. You will find tales of odd lovers, social outcasts, and leaving your childhood behind.

These six stories, four of which are published here for the first time ever, take a considered look at the different facets of society and how normal is a word always in search of meaning.

 

Pre-order your signed copy today. 

 

$25.00 with free shipping to the United States.

 

Pre-order ends July 1,2016. Book ships August 18, 2016. 

 

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