Coffee Break Companion By S.L. Grigg (Reviewed by Rochelle)

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About Book

Grab that cup of coffee (or tea if you prefer), maybe add a splash of something stronger, settle down and enjoy your break with this gripping collection of flash fiction and poetry that will send shivers down your spine. With an added bonus of a longer story at the end that will fill your lunch break. What are you waiting for? Dive in!

Everything from a discovery in an Ice Cavern, to a tornado. Mermaids, and Dragons. Mystery and Horror. This collection of flash fiction and poetry has something to capture anyone’s imagination, with a final chilling thriller that will leave you gasping for air.

About Author

Sharon Grigg, who writes under the pen name S.L Grigg, made it her new year’s resolution to publish her book ‘Coffee Break Companion’ during 2018. After bouncing back from mental health problems (BPD), following the death of her husband from a brain tumour in 2009, Sharon was struck down with kidney and other health problems, believed to be linked to having the Essure sterilisation device she had implanted back in 2008.

Publisher:  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication:  February 28th 2018

Pages:  136

Genre:  Fiction, Thriller, Contemporary

My Review

Coffee Break Companion consists of 40 flash fiction stories and poems.  I really enjoyed this book of short stories, you can dip in and out of it so easy, which made it an easy read.  My favorite chapter of the book was Hide and Seek.

There are lots of different subjects coved in this book, some a little dark and some refreshing, but all very well written.

I would highly recommend this book!

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