The Phone and Other Short Stories

A compilation of shorty stories showcasing alternatives to normalcy

"Gary Paul Bryant will wheel your gurney down the paranormal corridors of Life Everlasting, whether you're willing or not. A must-read short story collection for vivisectionist aficionados, fantasy enthusiasts and all the rest of us hanging on to dear life." - Jack Archibald
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About the Book

‘The Phone and Other Short Stories’ is a collection of nine short reads that in all, creates a battleground between the likes of Hitchcock and Twain. It’s a compromise of satire and science, of time travel and tall tale, but mostly just good fun. Titles include The Phone, A Man of Proverbs, A Bitter Climb, Stall, Gleason Snickell and the Search for Love, In the Woods Where the Widow Sings, Sweet Tooth, Awkward and The First Ride: The Real Story of Santa Claus.

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About the Author
Gary Paul Bryant

Bryant’s journey has been as unusual and varied as his stories. He worked as a vocational counselor, surveyor, hotel piano player and as a web designer. In the early days of the Internet, he created TalkTools, a voice output productivity suite for the Amiga operating system. Later he became the publisher and founder of a variety of industry news portals including, Health industry News, Breakthrough Digest, and Broadband Industry News. As a musician, he’s released 19 albums and had a few minor jazz hits in Europe.

These days, Bryant splits his time between short-story writing and helping seniors and small businesses weave their way through the digital revolution. He also writes content for a number of blogs, builds client websites and manages completeworldnews.com, a news-aggregating website.

Gary is a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) and is an eight-time ASCAP award-winner. He is also a voting member of The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS).

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