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Earl’s Sundries

ryan-o-EarlsSundries_CVR-smPublished: Sept. 13, 2013, Auriferous Books
Genre: Thriller/Horror Short Story
Cover Art: Steven Novak
Edited by MJ Heiser at Clean Leaf Editing

Short description

After a seriously bad day Jonathan Buxton decided to toss it all behind him and head out for greener pastures. In this short story thriller by Ryan Masters we follow along with Mr. Buxton as he stops at a small general store to buy a cold beverage. No one could not have predicted how his life would change on that warm day in Big Bone, Kentucky.

Author’s opinion

Earl’s Sundries is, so far, my favorite story. This short story follows a day in the life of the repulsive little man/boy Jonathan Buxton as he drives away from his crappy life. He stop’s at Earl’s Sundries to purchase a cold beverage. Chaos and thrills are the only items for sale at this small town store.

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Author info

Ryan Masters is a talented writer whose area of interest focuses on horror/thriller storytelling. He has written a novella and numerous short stories, and has been a featured author on various reader blogs and promotional sites.

For the past decade, Ryan has been employed as an Information Technology Engineer. He is actively involved with his children’s education and assists his wife with various school fundraising efforts. He has managed to balance work and family commitments while pursuing his writing career and his love of storytelling. He has also been a frequent co-host of the top rated comedy entertainment talk radio show, Annie & Burl Live, on Blog Talk Radio.

Ryan currently resides in Long Island, New York, with his wife and two children.

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