Deals by Julian Adorney is a really neat read. It is told in a very short words count, 1730 words, but it packs one heck of a wallope. I didn’t know what to expect when I received it, but very quickly I felt fortunate to get the read in. Here is a synopsis of the digital short: “James is determined to provide a comfortable life for his family, but when his college degree fails to provide the goods he finds himself making deals he hadn't ever imagined. “
This was serious from the start and I can say that she moved the action rather quickly. The story raises many questions and sympathies. I would be interested to know where you fall on this and if you have any sympathy for James. I am not going to give mine right now, as I have no desire to spoil your enjoyment of the digital short. I would just say that don’t judge a story by its word count, this packs a punch, and gets under the skin a bit. She has put together a very good plotline and executed it well. Make a ‘Deal” with yourself, don’t pass this up.
News Flash from Julian Adorney herself: I have a contemporary fantasy short out on free podcast called 'Souls & Snowboarding', url is http://www.shadowcastaudio.com/?p=928. I'll also have a sci-fi thriller short coming out on Oct. 14, Murder, available free at Cynic Online Mag.
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