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Tales From The Mind Field: A Collection of Short Stories by R.M. Villoria
An anthology of short stories. From horror and ghostly romance, to psychological suspense, these stories are certain to satisfy any reader.
Review by Terry Shepherd
5.0 out of 5 stars. July 25, 2017. Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Will keep you guessing.
I enjoyed this collection of short stories very much. I found that I was often put in mind of Rod
Serling's great television show, "Twilight Zone." The stories left me anxious to find out the conclusion, and trying to guess how it would end. I have my favorite stories. You will too.
Review by Kindle Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars. May 11, 2017. Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Really enjoyed this book. If you were a fan of the Twilight Zone, Dean Koontz or Stephen King you're going to love this book! Even better than Volume 1. Can't wait for Volume 3.
Review by Summer Day
5.0 out of 5 stars. August 16, 2016. Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
That's how good these stories are with every page
Tales From The Mind Field, Was absolutely fascinating read, Captivating mystery stories you will not be able to put you're kindle or book down, That's how good these stories are with every page. I was hooked with each word had me reading with so much suspense and anticipation it was like watching different police mystery stories from television. This book is a must read!!
Review by Nicole Villoria
5.0 out of 5 stars. February 8, 2015. Format: Paperback|Verified Purchase
Great stories - creepy and refreshing
Great stories and an easy read. Refreshingly new story ideas.
Review by David R Jenkins
5.0 out of 5 stars. December 11, 2015. Format: Paperback|Verified Purchase
Good new author. worth a read. nice escape.
Book Genre: Mystery - Horror – Suspense
About The Author: Many of you have known me as a business owner, Personal & Business Development Coach, Social Media Publicist and radio DJ over the past 45+ years. Although I'm going kicking and screaming into retirement, I guess I have to accept it. Not that I really want to mind you, but circumstances dictate that I do.
Back in 1992, I was living in Lake Tahoe with my family having left L.A. 2 years earlier and was doing some consulting at the time. I was laying in bed one night when I heard in the woods across from where we lived, the sound of coyotes howling. I thought it was so cool but more importantly, it seemed to open a floodgate of story ideas and so I sat down and over the next twelve months cranked out two novels and accompanying screenplays. I literally couldn't stop the story lines from coming and I had to write down brief synopsis for all the future stories I would write. I didn't do anything with them at the time as "Life" has a tendency to go on while we're busy making other plans. Fortunately, I had already gotten some very credible validation for my works and it inspired me to say to myself, "I'll get back to this soon"
Raising children, remodeling our new home, taking care of parents who we moved in with us, working in radio, moving to Las Vegas, opening a new business, selling that business, moving back up to the Tahoe area, starting yet two more businesses and working in radio again took me all the way to 2013 when we moved back to Las Vegas once again. I've finally gotten back to my writing. Wasn't sure if it would "flow" like before but sure enough, it has and so, here we go again and I'm loving it!
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