When you are sitting around just relaxing and you are daydreaming, there are various thoughts going through your head. Nothing specific just random thoughts to entertain your psyche. You can go from happy to sad to outraged to mesmerized but your thoughts never stop working. You may wonder where are all of these thoughts coming from but it really doesn’t matter as long as it doesn’t interrupt your quiet time.
Tales To Count On is a book like your thoughts. It is a collaboration of short stories that don’t ties together they just give you a little insight in to many different areas of your thoughts. You have comedy, mystery, drama, history, fond memories and many other different stories that while reading them you might be thinking you know which way the story is going but it never does. It has several stories within the covers and you can jump to any of them without missing something on another story. You will feel completed after each one so you don’t have to worry about cliffhangers. I enjoyed the refreshing idea of several shorts in one book, reminded me of my Reader’s Digest days when I first became obsessed with reading. Great concept, great reading. I wold gladly read this author again.
Tales To Count On is available for purchase through Amazon.com (Kindle and paperback), BN.com (Nook and paperback) and the author’s website: www.srmallery.com