The Lost and Found: The Anthology

The Lost and Found The Anthology AudioGO challenged five new and talented authors to write an original YA story based on a picture and the word prompt LOST AND FOUND They didn t disappoint each story is different from the last Dip in

  • Title: The Lost and Found: The Anthology
  • Author: SuzanneCarroll Kate Collier Valentina Dunn Anya Nara Rochelle Walker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • AudioGO challenged five new and talented authors to write an original YA story based on a picture and the word prompt LOST AND FOUND They didn t disappoint each story is different from the last Dip into new, strange worlds, discover time holes, try and sneak into talent shows, figure out who is leaving mysterious messages, and discover the mysteries of a steampunk conAudioGO challenged five new and talented authors to write an original YA story based on a picture and the word prompt LOST AND FOUND They didn t disappoint each story is different from the last Dip into new, strange worlds, discover time holes, try and sneak into talent shows, figure out who is leaving mysterious messages, and discover the mysteries of a steampunk convention Enjoy this anthology of all five tales by Suzanne Carroll, Kate Collier, Valentina Dunn, Anya Nara, and Rochelle Walker All stories are also available for purchase individually.

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      Published :2018-09-27T12:04:02+00:00

    1 thought on “The Lost and Found: The Anthology”

    1. I was pretty excited to read this. Each and every one of these authors write words that I love. And these stories did not disappoint.The Thunderstorm - I loved this. Romantic and sweet just a little bit angsty with all the miscommunications and interferences. Suzanne Carroll did a great job with all the little details that played off of and led one thing to another, but could have so easily gone the other way. Showing that if something is meant to be, it will find a way. I loved, loved the end! [...]

    2. Over the years, I've read stories by each of these authors. And to have this anthology is wonderful. This is how it should be - fan fiction authors showcasing original works. I had no associations with anyone else's characters and as a result, I was able to be completely in the world they themselves had created. Additionally, each story is unique and I would have loved for any of them to continue beyond their short length. In Thunderstorm, Suzanne Carroll writes a brilliant reunion between star [...]

    3. This was such an amazing read! I can't say I'm surprised because all stories are written by some pretty amazingly talented ladies so I was sure I would enjoy them but it's good to be verified. What I loved most was how each story was so very different from the others and how much it stood all on its own. It's very difficult for me to invest in characters of short reads, especially as short as these, but boy did I invest!I wish each plotline would become an entire book because all of them have gr [...]

    4. All these stories were so different but they had one thing in common-THEY WERE SO GOOD! I wish a few of these stories, ok all, could be full length books so I could have a little more time in those worlds.

    5. Each of the five stories was truly great. I'm amazed that they moved me so, even if they are short stories. Very well done. All have the same prompt and they all are very different to each other. Very proud of the authors. Excellent! I wish we could get longer versions to find out more.

    6. These were well-written and entertaining, as one would expect from these authors. I particularly liked Suzanne Carroll's piece. She tends to write arresting first sentences. LOL! I'd like to see more work from all these writers, but particularly as full length pieces. When the writer's world is a pleasant place to be, I want to spend more time in it. That said, it was a fun, short read. It would be a good book to take to appointments, etc, when you don't have time to get through a long book.

    7. Hard to rate an antology, since these stories were so different from each other. A couple of them absolutely deserve a 5 star rating and I really would've loved to read a more extended version of those.All in all, a very nice read. :-)

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