8 thoughts on “Static Dreams Volume 2 now available, featuring my story, ‘The Seaside Lolly Shop’. Mark Towse.”

    1. Hey, sorry to ask, but is there any chance you could leave a short review on the book. I am so appreciative of your comments and getting reviews is so difficult these days. I hope you don’t mind me asking.

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      1. Thanks so much. I think you have to log in. Failing that, if you could write one here just so I could perhaps use it to promote my story? I feel cheesy asking, but reviews mean everything to writers 🙂

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      2. I’m not good with reviews…

        Mark Towse’s “The Seaside Lolly Shop” is a dark short story staring Zac and Ryan, who live in the perfect of towns by the sea where nothing bad ever happens. We meet these boys as the touristy season comes to an end, and the locals are finally able to go back to their peaceful lives. While Ryan is happy to be a part of this uneventful town, Zac cannot wait to be able to move away. Awaiting the opening of a mysterious candy store, they hang out on the beach.
        What I really liked about this story is that the characters are very relatable and the plot is initiated fairly quickly. The reader knows something is “off,” but cannot predict what it is.
        The story kept me on the edge of my seat, rooting for the main characters. I found myself holding my breath a couple of times. Definitely a twisted story worth reading.

        It’d be great what you thought of mine once you read it.


      3. Thanks so much, and I will be happy to return the favour. I’ve just finished the first draft of a new one, so once I’ve worked up the courage to go and do some edits, I will put you next on the list.

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      4. Sounds like a plan! So much writing to do, so little time. I thought I would get so much of it done during the Christmas break. The break is coming to an end. Have I been writing? Yes. Have I reached my maximum potential? Not at all. And now we’ll be back to work without a day off until end of May… Ehh… Life, aye?


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