Feast your eyes on that moody black cover. The stoic white letters. The photograph of an elegant structure fallen into decadence. This book's a conversation starter even before you've turned to page one. And while we ought to know better than to judge a book by its cover, the book makes no illusions about what you can expect inside: no sunshine, lollipops, or happy endings as far as the eye can see.
This unique collection of twenty-five poems explores the darker patches on our walks of life. The way is perilous. Tread lightly.
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Here's the latest in our never-ending quest to bring you quality reads - free e-books. That's right, each of the titles listed in this article is available as a free download to the e-reader of your preference. The list is expected to grow, so be sure to check back periodically.
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The Alvarium Experiment is a remarkable collaborative effort by award-winning authors, established writers, and talented up-and-comers. It's a collection of short stories - and yet it isn't a traditional anthology. We're proud to share that the Alvarium working group has selected our very own Antonio Simon, Jr. to contribute to the project.
The project is still very much under wraps, but we can share this much. Each story follows the collection's central character. The contributing authors must write within certain limited parameters, but they otherwise have an enormous breadth of freedom. Aside from providing you a fine piece of writing, the project's aim is to re-invent the way you experience short stories.
We won't be publishing the entire anthology, only Mr. Simon's contribution. However, as the project progresses, we'll show you where you can get the other authors' fine stories.
Keep an eye out for The Alvarium Experiment in the coming weeks. You wouldn't want to miss this.
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