Authors: Barbra Annino, Nichole Chase, T.L. Haddox, Debora Geary, Camille LaGuire, Julie Christensen, Nathan Lowell.....
Published By: Fireweed Publishing (Aug. 31, 2011)
My Rating: 4 Stars
Goodreads Description:A sleep-deprived author mixes up her metaphors.
A graphic designer has too much time on his hands.
Twenty writers, fueled by copious amounts of chocolate, dream up quirky, funny, and occasionally creepy stories.
And the Pink Snowbunnies in Hell Flash-Fiction Anthology was born.
These are very short stories, under a thousand words each. Some have actual bunnies. Some take rather offbeat trips through the underworld. And some just have a character that shares the sleep-deprived author’s mixed metaphors.
All proceeds from this anthology are going to local animal shelters. Pink snowbunnies can take care of themselves, but thank you for helping us support those animals who do need a little assistance.
Stories included in the anthology:
Domestic Disturbance, by T.L. Haddix
Wedding Heaven, Ltd, by A.J. Braithwaite
When, by Robin Reed
Where’s JoJo? A Bunny’s Guide to Family Dysfunction, by Julie Christensen
Wingman, by Nathan Lowell
It Finally Happens…, by Heather Marie Adkins
Careful What You Wish For, by Barbra Annino
Of Demons and Bunnies, by Nichole Chase
Pink Snowbunnies are the New Pink Ribbon, by Jimi Ripley
One Wrong Turn Deserves Another, by Asher MacDonald
Marissa’s Tattoo, by Steve Silkin
Eulogy, by Suzanne Tyrpak
The Taste of Pink Snow, by Susan Helene Gottfried
Revenge of the Peeps, by Camille LaGuire
Love in a Time of Bunnies, by Coral Moore
The Bunni and the Bird, by Penny Cunningham
The Recession is Hell, by Randi Rogue
Pink Snowbunnies Acrostic, by Molly Black
Don’t Mess with the Meadow, by Rex Jameson
A Gift for a Very Special Girl, by Debora Geary
Okay, I know what you are thinking because I was thinking the same thing when I first saw this book and its title. I was thinking, What.The.Heck.
But, let me tell you, this anthology was great, it really was. Yes every story really did have a pink snowbunny references and usually something to do with hell, but you know what? the stories were hilarious and super short. They were the perfect length to read while you are waiting in line or at a doctor's office or just whenever you want to read something that will only take a few minutes and you know it is going to be funny or bizarre or just plain unique.
While I didn't love every story, I did really like a lot of them and I definitely think it is worth the read.
Some of my favorites were by authors that I hadn't even heard of but will now be checking out their other books.