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This collection of flash fiction is composed of selected, unrelated works created at writing workshops. Topics range from nudist neighbors to vampire encounters on the London subway. There's even a dash of sci-fi! I hope you enjoy listening to them as much as I did writing them.

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Excellent Debut

Baron Frosti makes his printing and audio book debut by pulling together a series of short, compelling writings. Taken into the author's abstract mind, these short pieces may, at first, seem disconnected, but by the end listeners will be left wanting more. Shawn Connelly was a perfect choice to narrate.

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Little journeys into Baron's mind

Moon Mask includes about 18 solidly entertaining short stories. I enjoyed Baron's spare writing style. He provides just enough information and then let's the reader/listener paint the picture. He is a creative and talented writer and I hope he continues to write for years to come and will take us along. I would love a whole book devoted to Nellie Oleson and her family.