An anthology of short stories twisting classic stories and your imagination in all new ways.
Alternate versions of stories you know taking you in new directions.
From much-loved fairy fables to time-honored tales, no genre or classic is off-limits. Classics ReMixed II spins and twists divergent versions of old favorites and stories we all know. Be prepared to have all your…
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A wonderfully unique collection of stories
I was honored to be able to read this unique and eclectic collection of stories. Some of the authors I have read before, and others were quite new to this reader. In a collection as grand as this, it is not easy to pick out favorites, as I enjoyed reading them all. Each storyteller has a very interesting perception and writing style, and the classic story they “remixed” is a totally new take. The stories took me on a grand reading adventure, and many of the stories I went back and reread. All of these authors have quite a talent, and if these stories are just the beginning for these writers, they will definitely go far. Anyone who has written a short story knows that it is not easy just because it’s shorter. In some ways that makes it more difficult. A very magnificent collection from a group of talented writers. I look forward to reading more by these authors. This anthology is definitely recommended by Amy’s Bookshelf Reviews.
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- Pork v. Van Pelt by Lee Mandel
The Three Pigs sue The Big Bad Wolf
- The Other Shoe Drops by Eric Andrews-Katz
Cinderella like you’ve never seen her before
- Nevermore by Jay Seate
A dark tale even Poe’s raven could not imagine
- Mystery of Yellow Play by Jason J. McCuiston
Musketeers, mystification, and macabre mind control
- Clothes Encounters by Jonathan Shipley
An extraterrestrial twist spins an embarrassing tale
- The Forest Green Primeval by Robert Allen Lupton
A science fiction take on this jungle book
- Beowulf 2.0 by Kevin Henry
Murder, mayhem, monsters, and family reunions
- Polyphemus and the Thieves by Chuck Thompson
An odder odyssey
- The Dark Knightmare by Paul K. Metheney
Superhero, the fantasies of a comatose child, or something worse?
- The Traveler by Steve Rouse
Time machine twist or fantastic future?
- Princess Charming by Tom Howard
A fairy tale princess who needs no rescuing
- The Hare’s Revenge by Aaron Hollingsworth
The tortoise and the hare: the sequel
- Stoker’s Guest by Gary Earl Ross
An author’s story slashed from history
- Upon A Star by Paul K. Metheney
Not your Papa’s Pinocchio.
- A Full Remodel by Ann Stawski
The three pigs…the wolf…only on a talk show
- Repunae by Aaron Hollingsworth
Rapunzel like you can never see her again
- Perfidy to Pyre: The Fate of Puss in Boots by Michelle Mellon
A Kitty Conundrum in Carabas
- The Nightmare of Briar Rose by Bridget Weldon
A sleeping beauty struggles in the land of dreams
- She Calls by Thomas Beck
- Gorgon Not Forgotten by Christopher Nadeau
Revenge is a dish best served by family
- When River Fought Sea by Aaron Hollingsworth
Pan and Poseidon incite an infernal origin
- The Little Starmaid by Rowena McGowan
Who needs to swim and sing when you can walk among the stars?
- Red Queen, Mad Queen by Phoenix Grimm
The Queen of Hearts is always your worst bet
- The Hangman Always Tugs Twice by Jack Bates
The Wife of Bath, a Canterbury tale retold
- It’s a Long Way to Grandma’s by Rory Robertson
World War II seen through Red’s eyes
- Fairy Tale Ending by Elizabeth Hosang
Payback is a…Cinderella