Review of "Blood Picnic": "poetic and beautiful"

Catherine Russell has posted a review of "Blood Picnic and other stories": It reads, in part:
Each story is short enough to read in a single sitting, yet long enough to establish character interest and depth. The four sections of the book hint at the diverse range within its pages, and Mr. Noland switches between them with a dexterity that’s amazing to behold.
The review goes on to note that all the hyperlinks work, the type is easy to read, and the book looks good whether you're reading it on a Nook or an e.reader app.

Why do I pay attention to the mechanical details of formatting and readability? Because you, dear reader, deserve nothing less than perfection.

"Blood Picnic and other stories" is $2.99 For many formats at Smashwords In device-specific formats at Amazon, Amazon-UK, Amazon-DE, Barnes & Noble, Sony, Kobo, Diesel Books

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