Book review of Burning Love and Bleeding Hearts by Ben Walker, Kendall Reviews

Thanks Ben Walker for an awesome review. Here’s an extract:
‘Most of the pieces run to 5 pages or less, so while there’s plenty to sink your teeth into, these are light bites – some much lighter than others as flash fiction pops up alongside a couple of longer pieces. And there are plenty of stand-out tales to make this worth stumping up your cash for: Miguela Considine gives you a tropical taste of death in Old Stones, a grim fairytale filled with vivid imagery and discomforting darkness. A discarded heart looks for love in Kardia by Donna Laemmlen, a truly bizarre and brilliant piece, rollercoastering between downbeat and hopeful, gruesome and weirdly beautiful. Josh Strnad offers you A Receipt to look over and chuckle at briefly, as does Janis Butler Holm in a pun-filled flash fiction piece called Abduction Again – you can probably guess what that one’s about.’
You can read the full review here:
https://kendallreviews.com/book-review-burning-love-and-bleeding-hearts-edited-by-louise-zedda-sampson-chris-mason/