Twelve stories of betrayal, greed, revenge, deception, dreams, and courage. We all struggle to find our way. What you see isn't necessarily all there is. This collection takes you into the grey area, because the world is never just black and white. Life is all about perspective. One person's delusion is another person's dream. Includes five bonus stories.~ Amazon ~ Amazon UK
A Little About the Bonus Stories in Delusion and Dreams From Maria Savva
Included at the end of my new book are 5 short stories that were originally published alone. I thought it would be nice to include them all in this collection.
Four of the stories were originally published in the BestsellerBound Short Story Anthologies, which are available in e-book format. There are four of those anthologies and I have a story in each of them. Other writers included in the anthologies are: Darcia Helle, Julie Elizabeth Powell, J. Michael Radcliffe, and Ami Blackwelder, to name a few. All the stories are written by Bestsellerbound.com members. BestsellerBound is a community of indie authors that has been running for over 2 years now. Membership is free to all indie and small press authors.
The stories in the anthologies range from romance to science fiction and fantasy. A diverse mixture to suit all tastes. They are available free on Smashwords and Barnes and Noble, and most of them are free on Amazon.com.
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The final bonus story in my new book, Delusion and Dreams, is ‘The Game of Life’. That short story actually won a competition in Writers’ News Magazine in 2008, and was published in that magazine. It’s never been published in a book, so I thought it would be nice to include it in this collection.
I hope you’ll enjoy all the stories.
Maria Savva lives and works in London. She studied Law at Middlesex University and The College of Law. She is a lawyer, although not currently practising law. She writes novels and short stories in different genres, including drama, psychological thriller, and family saga. Many of her books and stories are inspired by her years working as a lawyer, although she has not written a courtroom drama to date. Her most recent novel is Haunted, a crime fiction/psychological thriller.