I’m a fan of flash fiction and admire authors who concisely capture a story using very few words. I enjoy dabbling in the form myself.
Thus, I’m thrilled to suggest the collected works of Angela L. Lindseth. This talented writer has two books of compact creeps to delight, and many of the stories will leave a big impression despite their diminutive size.
The first book, “Slivers of a Twisted Mind,” provides the whole “story” in a microcosm. Readers experience murder, mayhem, and heat, both real and emotional. It is an interesting and well-done collection of stories, each told in under 700 words.
In her second collection, “Unconfined Delusions,” Ms. Lindseth taps into primal terrors and explores sanity, humanity, and monster-hood. From revenge-seekers to mysterious space illnesses, each tale has a unique voice. Says the blurb, “The words slither across the page, feed on insecurities, and corrupt dreams.”
Anyone who enjoys short, weird, “Twilight-zone-esque” reads can’t go wrong with Angela L. Lindseth’s collections.