Stranger than Strange

This fantastically strange book is 99cents to American Kindle users until Feb 23rd!

 

the contemporary small press

StrangeBooks is an innovative and unique small publisher based in Brighton.  And to me, knowing Brighton as I do, StrangeBooks is a phenomena that could only have been conceived there.  The culture and community in England’s seaside city is an eclectic mix of spiritual and surreal self-expression – and that’s exactly what’s on offer from Nothing Is Strange, the press’s first collection of bizarre short stories by Mike Russell.
Opening the third eye and peering into the mouth of the universe, we enter the strange world of Russell’s otherworldly imagination – a world that’s made all the more strange by its uncanny familiarity.
Having made our way through the first story, Cream Tea – which epitomises the style of this collection by giving a multi-dimensional twist to an ordinary story about a couple in a tea shop, and ends up reminiscent…

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