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Thursday, April 14, 2005

New Original Fiction in the Spotlight @ Kendralynn.com

Kendralynn.com is proud to archive the short stories listed below by Clive Allen. Witty and light-hearted while knocking you down with a feather pillow instead of a sledgehammer with insightful prose sure to appeal to readers of all interests.

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Do programmers talk to their creations? Can lines of code become sentient? What kind of adventures would a program named Sir Gawain get into? Find out the answers to these questions and more while reading A Very Parfit Knight, the first installment of a (hopefully) long-running, imagination tweaking series. Geeks and lay-people alike are sure to enjoy!

When was the last time you enjoyed a Parable containing a positive message? Be sure to read and share with your children A Tale of Two Tailors, a thought-provoking, original Fairy Tale.

2 comment(s):

I can only agree with your review of the two stories you mention. In my opinion, Mr. Allen's blog contains some of the finest writing on the net.
I would wholeheartedly urge your readers to delve further into his archives for more gems such as these.
Currently a second Parfit Knight tale is unfolding, don't miss it!

By Blogger Ned, at 9:39 PM  

We are in absolute agreement. Mr. Allen's writing engages readers' imaginations and moves along at a brisk pace. At the same time, one can find subtle insights into human nature and character that lends a greater depth to his work. Whether he is writing fiction or non-fiction, the reader can't help but be drawn in and enjoy each with equal pleasure. Mr. Allen has the ability to drop the reader squarely a character's shoes, while providing enough detail to guide the imagination yet leaving enough room to make the experience one's own.

The second installment of Sir Gawain's story will also be archived at Kendralynn.com upon completion, and I am thrilled that he is sharing more of the Knight's adventures!

By Blogger klynn, at 12:13 AM  

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