"I daresay Liam Holt has read his Nathaniel Hawthorne, his Shirley Jackson, and even his Stephen King (who was influenced by those other authors himself). Children-of-the-corn-type town -- set in modern times, but the inhabitants make the Amish look like TED Talks hipsters -- is ruled over by..." Darren
"Tina Tirrell returns to giantism, though here it's through the shrinking of the male. Gary and Jennifer are a happy young couple who are as frisky as a pair of hares in rut, barely making it to work on time because they can't stop indulging each other in the morning. During this scene Ms. Tirrell,..." Darren
"I felt I was being manipulated by the author in reading this story. She uses the words "stepson" over and over, as well as "mommy". The kid has a name, and he's old enough to appreciate a good looking woman. The wife, who obviously has little use for her husband, dotes on her stepson and teases..." C
"Tina Tirrell, in high comic style. The prose is razor sharp, dryer than a vodka martini. E.g.:
"Is it bad to count the passage of time by the number of masturbation sessions?"
"... Derek chimed in, coming alive with his sudden idea. He didn't get them very often." Darren
"Let me just say Wow, It was recommended to me read and I have to say I couldn't put down my device. Tina is an excellent writer who knows how to put you, the reader, into her stories. I felt envious of the guy in this story like it actually happened!" Tom R