The stories in these books have appeared first on CafeLit. They are generally stand-alone stories with an overarching story.
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At just five-inches tall, he’s a demon with attitude, and he is fed-up
with people summoning him through his talisman. With sass and cheek
aplenty, he wanders grumpily through a saga of adventures. He meets
learner drivers, babies, and zoo creatures, to name but a few, each in
need of his special brand of help
"The Macaroon Chronicles" is a romp through relationships amongst some
anthropomorphic characters. It is one of those quirky books that awakes
your sense of humour. Come and follow the fun.
Take a tour of the exotic Isle of Macaroon with Eddie and his zany friends who will be pleased to show you the cheese mines, Meringue Mountains and the Custard River while they flee unscrupulous promoters, bandit badgers and low-flying seagulls. But a word of advice – don’t refer to Eddie as a chicken, he thinks he’s a bald eagle. And don’t mention Brian’s small stature, he’s rather sensitive about his size. Oh, and don’t call Brian a monkey, he’s actually a lemur. And finally, if Gideon takes a pen out of his pocket and you value your life – duck.
The Basilwade stories were originally published on the CaféLit website, where you can access short stories that go nicely with a cuppa. We even suggest a drink! Dawn Knox’s stories contain characters and situations that may seem a little larger than life at first glance but we can soon see that everyone involved is very human. And don’t we all recognise the quirkiness of village/small-town life?