Reviews for Flashes from the Bistro

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Posted by Valerie on 11AUG13

Format: ePUB

Price: Reasonable

Recommend to others? Yes

5 stars

What an entertaining book Flash in the Pan is comprising 26 authors that wrote on given weekly topics ranging from 50-150 words.  Creativity is what best describes this collection and though all write on 1 topic at a time the varying ways presented is as vast as east is from west.  For example, bus boy will leave your imagination visualizing his kiss to his heated temper.

This journey will take you from lust “…all eyes follow her…clothing drops…womanhood on display before an audience…room erupts…” to disgust “The sneeze guard protecting the food on the buffet was splattered with week old sneezes…” but all is good and well “in the pan “. The kitchen will be a bit eccentric where you will find servings of pickled tongues, pots of brains and intestines, and alligator &bulls balls to wet your appetite.
Scurvy-some think it more of a disease while others creatively use it as an adjective in disgust over a horrible somebody.

You will get it all-and more as creative minds race in different dimensions.  These authors are listed in detail at the end of the book and have websites and/ or blogs and Facebook pages where you can explore a wealth of writing creativity.  Plunge in this delightful book and watch your creativity soar.

 

 

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Posted by Laurie on 04AUG13

Format: Kindle

Price: Reasonable

Recommend to others? Yes

5 stars

The latest from the flashers show just how twisted, and demented some of them really are. Bistros have never been this dangerous, or this entertaining. Brilliant imaginations have come together to make another amazing book. The play on words will surprise you as you find things you never dreamed of in “fine” dining.

 

 

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