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Pulp Ink

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Edited by Nigel Bird and Chris Rhatigan, Pulp Ink is a collection of short stories with an interesting connection. Each writer was given a line from the movie Pulp Fiction, or the title of a song from the soundtrack. From there, the fertile mind of the author was free to roam. Combined, these stories form a tapestry that is cohesive and yet varied. There are 24 tales within this anthology, each one exploring something from the seedy side of life. Authors include Matthew C Funk, Richard Godwin, Jimmy Callaway, Kate Horsley, Paul D Brazill and many more. Riveting stuff, and a novel idea behind it, despite every entry being a short story! It’s just £2.12 on Kindle.

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