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Gina Ranalli
Gina Ranalli lives in the Pacific Northwest where she wrangles squirrels, breeds snails and breaks guitar strings. When she's not consuming caffeine or watching cartoons, she writes absurd, bizarro and horror fiction. Her collection of short stories, which shall not be named, won a semi-fancy... show more

Gina Ranalli lives in the Pacific Northwest where she wrangles squirrels, breeds snails and breaks guitar strings. When she's not consuming caffeine or watching cartoons, she writes absurd, bizarro and horror fiction. Her collection of short stories, which shall not be named, won a semi-fancy award and her novels and novellas have been widely praised, sometimes by strangers.To keep up with her shenanigans, you can follow her on twitter at http://twitter.com/GinaRanalli or visit her facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GinaRanalliFanPage
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Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it 3 years ago
Well, I am sad to say that this book didn't work for me. I was very excited to start it and LOVED the gorgeous cover but I didn't enjoy this story. It was very dream-like and that's fine if I am invested in the main character but Karen didn't come alive for me. She was very bland and slightly annoyi...
Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it 5 years ago
My first Ranalli. A highly entertaining collection of shorts and short shorts. Nicely done. Looking forward to more from this author. 3.5 Stars
Xdyj's books
Xdyj's books rated it 9 years ago
A short & sad story about a woman falling in love w/ her bedroom's wall. Interesting character study. No fantasy element.
Xdyj's books
Xdyj's books rated it 10 years ago
Some stories are quite good and some are just so-so.
dearmfield
dearmfield rated it 10 years ago
In this anthology you find a little bit of everything. kinda like ordering a Poo Poo Platter from a Chinese restaurant. Reflected by John Hines Jr. A first person, trip with a drug that puts into a new mind state.Family Dinner by Daniel Scott Buck. A family dinner with hate thrown across the table f...
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