One of my favorite authors of all times is Ray Bradbury. I particularly love his books that are a series of interconnected short stories. One of my favorite TV shows of all times was The Twilight Zone with Rod Serling.
Fantastic Fables of Foster Flat is both my homage to these two favs of mine as well as a bit of a mash-up of these two approaches to storytelling.
In one mountain town, tall tales are that much taller…
“I’ve seen a lot in my lifetime. You’d think a small mountain town like Foster Flat would be sleepy and boring. Some better adjectives might be strange, surreal, and magical.
I’m Mimi Rawlins. Born and raised in Foster Flat, I’ve witnessed more than my share of unbelievable incidents here among the mountains. You may not believe some of these stories, but I’m a reporter. I’ll tell it to you straight. And I’ll promise you one thing: after listening to these stories, your life will never be the same.”
Fantastic Fables of Foster Flat is a collection of suspenseful fantasy tales written in the spirit of Ray Bradbury and The Twilight Zone. Inspired by the Great Smoky Mountains themselves, if you like character-driven stories, southern charm, and twists you won’t see coming, you’ll love Orrin Jason Bradford’s assortment of twisty tales.
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