Book Review Tule Fog Tales, Issue One

Hoping to reactivate my blog, I have another book review to post. I don’t write many reviews, but sometimes I like a book well enough.

Tule Fog Tales, Issue One

Lyndon Perry’s collection of speculative short stories, published by Tule Fog Press, is a pure delight, a welcome place where you can smile, reflect, and then hope. The stories, ranging from science fiction to fantasy to things in between, are more than mere entertainment. They offer a reason to feel optimistic about the world we live in.

As an insecure teenager, a Teenage Mutant Ninja Nobody comes to accept herself and others.

In Making Worf Proud a bullied young kid finds a way to thwart his foes with the help of Klingon lore.

The Memory Dish deals with the pain of loss in a sensitive and life-affirming manner.

An Astral Advent provides a bright, science fiction take on the Christmas story.

Casting a Vampire is the logical extrapolation of encounters with the undead.

Tucker & Mr. Chilly describes how a mysterious cat took charge and improved its owner’s life, actually gave him a life worth living.

This compilation is a gift people should grant themselves, a way to feel justifiably cheerful even when life circumstances would encourage the opposite.

Buy this collection, enjoy it, and recommend it to others!

About maryjorabe

retired librarian, science fiction fan and writer
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