Cath Barton, whose Nothing to be afraid of graced Microstory A Week in October 2011, has published her second anthology, Candyfloss II, a follow-up to Candyfloss, also co-authored with Oliver Barton.
according to the book's Lulu page, "[A quirky anthology where] things are not
always what they seem, in this collection of short stories and photographs by
Cath and Oliver Barton. For one thing, there are quite a number of angels
popping up, and some of them are not very angelic. And what about the gnome and
"After reading them, you might
feel it’s better to stay away from trains and bendy buses — but are you on any
safer ground in the pub or at home? As with the first volume of Candyfloss,
these are stories to tease you, like a quirky box of chocolates. We’ve really
enjoyed writing them — all you have to do is bite into them and see what
surprises are inside!"
If you've enjoyed - or are
curious about - Cath's earlier published, shorter works (The Nun and I, published on FlashFlood; The Edible Woman in the
Cinema Box - currently not available - on Leodegraunce, etc.) make sure to check out
Cath and Oliver's Candyfloss anthologies, available here!
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