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Night Market published on Amazon

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Night Market published on Amazon

Postby Petrichor » 17 Jul 2015, 16:22

Taipei Writers' Group is excited to announce the release of our second anthology. It is now available on Amazon in digital format.

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You can find anything in the night market…

Text messages from beyond the grave. Love potions and hidden secrets. Answers to questions that haunt our memories or discoveries that may change the direction of our lives.

Tales of love and loss, of life and death.

From local and expat authors living in Taiwan comes a multi-genre anthology of short stories as piquant and varied as the food found in the island's famous night markets.

This is the second production of the Taipei Writers Group, following on from their first anthology, Taiwan Tales.


This is a blog post about the release, on our dedicated blog.
Use what talents you possess: The woods would be very silent if no birds sang there except those that sang best.

http://talesfromthebeautifulisle.blogspot.com/
http://jjgreenauthor.com/
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