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Collisions

Collisions A story of minor erotic but of major romantic proportions Published on the Web multiple times and in the author s collection of short stories titled STORIES IN THE KEY OF C MINOR Collisions doesn t pr

  • Title: Collisions
  • Author: Russell Bittner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A story of minor erotic but of major romantic proportions Published on the Web multiple times and in the author s collection of short stories titled STORIES IN THE KEY OF C MINOR Collisions doesn t pretend to titillate But it does hope to captivate maybe even levitate by its suggestion of what can be, will be, must be in a world better than this one.

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      Published :2018-08-12T07:31:49+00:00

    1 thought on “Collisions

    1. Maggie is taking the tube on her daily journey to work. It seemed a day like any other – until she bumped into a nice young man. What follows next is a classic tale of love and obsession – except there is a feeling of mounting dread. It feels too good to be true. I’ve read Russell Bittner’s work before and was expecting to enjoy this story. I loved the feeling of mounting suspense as the plot unfolded. Since I am something of a mystery/thriller buff, I can usually guess the ending but th [...]

    2. This was the first story that I have by this author and it will not be the last. Russell Bittner definitely has a way with words and accomplished a really good short story in only 25 pages.There is both romance and suspense to this story. I grew attached to Maggie in 25 pages. The storyline was different from the usual stories you read. I don't want to spoil anything so will only say the ending was not what I thought was going to happen.If you like short stories, this is an interesting one!

    3. I’ve read poems, stories, and two full length books written by Russell Bittner, (a novel, “Trompe-l’oeil,” and “Letters to My Children,”) and he is an enormously talented writer. “Collisions,” a short story, confirms my opinion and I can heartily recommend it. If you appreciate fresh, effortless prose, engaging characters, erotic scenes written well, and unpredictable story lines, you will enjoy reading this story as much as I did.Nonnie Augustine

    4. A heartbreaking love story, wonderfully written.Had I not seen the name of the author, I could easily assume that it was a woman's literary creation. Such is the accuracy of the female psychology and feelings.A fast, soulful read of highest quality.

    5. While I prefer Russell Bittner's lighter work, there's no denying that this is an extremely technically accomplished story. We start with a lonely, bookish young woman in New York, who finds herself the object of some unsollicited male attention on the tube (? I assume it's the tube, possibly the train. In any case, some form of public transport). Fortunately, the interested party is a hot Scandinavian (rather than a smelly, overweight platform-sweeper as is always the case when it happens to me [...]

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