Chinese Whisperings: The Yang Book

I wrote one of the stories in this book, and I've read all the others. If you want the inside scoop on a great deal, here it is: this book is worth buying, for yourself or as a present for anyone who likes great fiction.

Chinese Whisperings: The Yang Book

Available 10/10/10 as an eBook, December 2010 as a paperback. Price is $5.95 (US, CAD & AUS) or 2.99 (£ or €). The combined anthology, which has both the Yin and Yang books is $9.99 (US, CAD & AUS) or 4.99 (£ or €).

From the Chinese Whisperings website:

"In the international terminal of a large European airport, Monday morning is about to get a whole lot worse. At 7.35am Pangaean Airlines, one of Europe’s major carriers, is put into receivership grounding all flights, stranding thousands of passengers and impounding tonnes of luggage. But all is not as appears on the surface and the sliding-doors moment of one woman deciding to retrieve her suitcase will ricochet through the lives around her."


Prologue Jodi Cleghorn (ed)

Three Monkeys Paul Servini
Three Rings Chris Chartrand
Dogs of War Tony Noland
This Be the Verse Dan Powell
Providence Dale Challener Roe
No Passengers Allowed J.M. Strother
Thirteen Feathers Rob Diaz II
One Behind the Eye Richard Jay Parker
Chase the Day Jason Coggins
Somewhere to Pray (Kurush) Benjamin Solah

Epilogue Paul Anderson (Ed)

eMergent Publishing, 2010

ISBN: 978-0-9807446-6-8 (eBook)

ISBN: 978-0-9807446-7-5 (paperback)

Editor: Jodi Cleghorn

Contributing Authors: Christopher Chartrand, Jason Coggins, Rob Diaz II, Tony Noland, Richard Jay Parker, Dan Powell, Dale Challener Roe, Paul Servini, Benjamin Solah and J.M. Strother.


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1 comment:

  1. Because I didn't edit the guys, I got to read the stories as just a reader, and boy was I rewarded with every one.

    And may I just say, Tony's character of Vince is one of the smartest and funniest characters in the anthology.

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