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Beach Shorts: A collection of short stories for holiday reading

Royston Ellis & Ruth Smith

Perfect for the beach, a garden, a chair, or even a mountainside.

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ISBN : 978-1-80074-095-2
Published : 30/09/2021
Pages : 215
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Royston Ellis

Royston Ellis, the British beat poet backed in 1960 by the Beetles (whom he persuaded to spell their name as Beatles), is the author of over 60 published books including the novels Big Time, Sweet Ebony and The Rush At The End and biographies of pop stars, Cliff Richard & The Shadows, The Big Beat Scene, as well as his collected poems, Gone Man Squared, and guide books about Mauritius, Maldives and Sri Lanka, where he lives in a bungalow overlooking the Indian Ocean.

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Ruth Smith

Ruth Smith started writing stories and poetry as a hobby, then progressed to commissioned work for magazines and specialist publications and writing plays for amateur dramatic groups. She is a professional speaker, invited to talk at weddings and dinners, and also entertains with stand-up comedy. She lives in a medieval house close to the beach in the English county of Norfolk.

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About Book

Summer. A time to relax, to enjoy; to see friends, to soak up those rays, that heat - and what better way to do it than with a book in your hand? Perfect for the beach, a garden, a chair, or even a mountainside. A place where life can just flow on by, as you lose yourself in a story.

Especially stories such as these. Enter the worlds of eighteen different people. Eighteen different lives from all over the world, each with their own tale to tell, their own problems to resolve. But unlike the pure, undiluted sunlight you'll be basking in, remember one important detail as you read.

Things are never quite as they seem...

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