‘Mix Tape’ Revisited

Posted: September 16, 2013 in AJ Kirby Short Fiction, Other Writing by AJ Kirby

mixtapeFollowing on from yesterday’s feature on Perfect World, I thought I’d delve even deeper into the archives for today’s blast from the past. 2009, to be exact. That year saw the release of my first short story collection, Mix Tape – I’ve since had The Art of Ventriloquism published by Solstice.

Mix Tape is available to purchase from Amazon here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mix-Tape-J-Kirby/dp/1906558809/ref=sr_1_13?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1378995380&sr=1-13

And is reviewed in detail on The Short Review’s blogsite here: http://www.theshortreview.com/reviews/AJKirbyMixTape.htm

And here’s a description of the contents: “Welcome to the first volume of the collected works of writer A.J. Kirby. There’s something in this mix for everyone; from straight literary fiction to horror and from flights of the fantastic to bizarro. Stick your feet up, crank up your favourite tunes and enjoy! Features previously published stories such as ‘No Two Snowflakes are the Same’, ‘The Sticky End of the Wrong’, ‘By Hook or by Crook’, and ‘The One Wish Foundation.'”

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