Victoria Watson
Letting Go
September 06, 2019 Comments.. 900
Letting Go Victoria Watson Letting Go is a collection of eight short stories from Victoria Watson Each of these tales has a twist that the reader won t be expecting Regret, and how just one moment or snap decision can change your life forever are key themes in each of these stories.. Letting Go Letting Go is a collection of eight short stories from Victoria Watson Each of these tales has a twist that the reader won t be expecting Regret and how just one moment or snap decision can change yo
  • Title: Letting Go
  • Author: Victoria Watson
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  • Page: 323
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    1. Darren Sant says:

      Victoria Watson impressed me greatly with this collection There is a little something for everyone here I ve picked on three of the stories that I enjoyed the most for review I Should Have Seen It Coming She impressed me greatly with this excellent story Written in the first person Watson unveils the story of a woman who has fallen upon hard times.The woman finds a deck of tarot cards and the next thing you know she is called Jacqueline Stargazer and is making plenty of money fraudulently If you [...]

    2. Marilou George says:

      To be perfectly honest I have never been a reader of short stories, at least until now Victoria Watson has assembled a collection of profound, emotional and well written stories with characters that will impact you in many waysSIDEThis story is written in first person, offering up the main characters inner beliefs, state of mind and self judgment.A profoundly moving story about Annie and the tragedy that befalls her Centered around a grocery store in town that is being demolished, she watches wi [...]

    3. Veronica Marie Lewis-Shaw says:

      Reviewer s note I posted my review over on US and UK some weeks back, but neglected to post here LETTING GO is a collection of short fiction that I recommend without reservation I would also mention that I received no compensation for this review it is based solely on the merits of the book Thank you vmls Someone once said that fear and regret are the cruelest prison a prison of our own construct one we put ourselves in Regret is just that a cruel prison one we build from our own shattered dream [...]

    4. Dave DiGrazie says:

      Enter into Letting Go, a collection of eight short stories by British author Victoria Watson, with this gentle caution These stories are likely to grab you by the brain and shake your peace, but just a bit.These stories provide us with a chance to tour the dark corners of our own hearts without needing to stay there too long, or to get in too deep Part of Ms Watson s genius is that she s infused these stories with an ironic humor which, I think, forces readers to admit with a wry smile that we r [...]

    5. Cndy says:

      Eight short stories the will surely have you thinking that your own life is wonderful no matter what is going on Very different characters in each story Hard to believe that Ms Watson can delve into the minds of an old lady and a medium and 6 others Very well done I loved all the English sayings which also added to the life of the stories Would love to read .

    6. Ruth Jacobs says:

      Not being a reader of short stories, I was delighted and impressed that I was drawn into every tale and the life and mind of each character After the first, Bye, Bye Baby, I was expecting a twist equally as surprising, and I wasn t let down I d definitely read Victoria s next collection of short stories.

    7. Ange says:

      Have to say this is a mixed bag, a select few short stories, When I read the first story I wanted to see , each story or less leaves the reader wanting , so hopefully Victoria Watson will continue each story somehow if she feels they require it to add content to longer stories into the future.Finished within a day, enjoyed the short stories.

    8. Kay Robinson says:

      This delightfull mixture of light and dark tales held a few surprises for me The writer clearly has a sense of fun, however, that is balanced with a strong sense of empathy and a keen eye for observing lifes humour and its frailties.

    9. Laura Besley says:

      Check out my review on this blog 3ctionlove archives 201

    10. William says:

      Letting Go is a collection of eight short stories, or, to be accurate, six short stories and two flash fictions The theme of the collection is change The reviews it has received so far on are the merest piffle Not only do I disagree with just about all of them, I would also say that most of the reviewers don t get contemporary short fiction One of the main strands in the reviews is that the stories concern subject matter which is too harrowing or depressing That is a nonsensical and anachronist [...]

    11. Rod Glenn says:

      This is an engrossing and vivid collection of stories from Victoria Watson Normally in a collection of short stories there are one or two that are under par, but not in this collection they are all first class and there is something for everyone It is a sensitive and emotional collection that left me in a deeply contemplative mood for a long time afterwards.

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