A World of Possibility!

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A World of Possibility: A Collection of Twenty-Six Short Stories by the Authors of ASMSG (the international Authors’ Social Media Support Group).

An eclectic offering of short stories ranging from humorous inspirations to the dark and frightening, A World of Possibility presents the work and collaboration of authors from around the globe. It is a collection filled with diversity. You may laugh, you may cry, and you might even look over your shoulder once or twice as you read.

And I’m very happy to announce that my short story “Cuffed” has been included in this anthology. It can be found about a third of the way through the book (on your e-reader, of course).

My hope is that you enjoy my story as much as I liked writing it, and I encourage you to read the other offerings by my talented fellow authors.

I am honored that my work has been included in this collection, and it would not have been possible without the continued support of this fine group of writers.

A World of Possibility is available in all e-formats for immediate download and is being offered free for a specific period of time.

Please find it at Smashwords and order it today by clicking the following link:

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/332025

AND, if you really enjoyed the collection and wish to comment, please take a moment to write a brief review. Good or bad, a writer thrives on feedback!

Thanks for your continued support of my weekly blogs. Please know that it is much appreciated, and that I’ll have more SINISTER things to talk about in the coming weeks. So stay turned.

But for now…click on that Smashwords site and download the book for a wonderful adventure in reading!

About James J. Murray, Fiction Writer

With experience in both pharmaceutical manufacturing and clinical patient management, medications and their impact on one’s quality of life have been my expertise. My secret passion of murder and mayhem, however, is a whole other matter. I’ve always loved reading murder mysteries and thrillers, and longed to weave such tales of my own. Drawing on my clinical expertise as a pharmacist and my infatuation with the lethal effects of drugs, my tales of murder, mayhem and medicine will have you looking over your shoulder and suspicious of anything in your medicine cabinet.
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7 Responses to A World of Possibility!

  1. Hi James
    Congratulations!! Looking forward to browsing the collection and reading your short story. Going to download now.
    James

  2. Arlee Bird says:

    I read your story and thoroughly enjoyed it. You kept me enthralled with suspense and left me hanging at the end in a very satisfactory way. Very well done.

    Lee
    Tossing It Out

  3. Mary S. Black says:

    Excellent, James. I look forward to reading it.

  4. Jim,
    I really enjoy a good short story. To me, “good” means that I get dragged into the video in my mind. Of course, my image may be entirely different than the author’s, and I notice that scenery and characters tend to morph through the 5 or so minutes I’m in the story. At the end of a really good story, I’m laughing or crying or thinking, or some combination. These 26 stories are an eclectic mixture of time, place, voice and style. And, in my warped view, goodness. Some I did not enjoy at all, but many met my “good” standard. Others will, I’m sure, have a different set of stories in each pile.
    I put your story strongly in the “good” category. I could see this grad student in an early 1970s pharmacy dealing with a potentially dangerous situation, yet not taking the easy way out by just filling the prescription and getting back to the books.
    Thanks for sharing, and let us know your next venue.
    Walt.

  5. Thanks, Walt. I really appreciate your comments, and glad that you enjoyed by story offering.

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