Romance. Adventure. Mystery.
This book has none of these things. What it does have in spades is a bunch of very short stories, many of which were first published in the local newspaper. For too long, short stories have not been nearly short enough. The collection you’re holding in your hot little hands aims to remedy this. The Meaning of Existence (And Other Short Stories) is a collection of Stuart McCullough’s best writing. Rest assured that the short stories included in this collection have all either been hand-picked or (at the very least) right mouse clicked and dragged, to ensure that only the absolute cream of the crop has ended up between the covers.
‘THE MEANING OF EXISTENCE (AND OTHER SHORT STORIES)’ is available for purchase! Just follow the link for an on-line shopping experience that will surely blow your mind. Upon request, Stuart will sign your copy, either with his name or that of somebody else selected by you. The book was launched on 28 November 2011 at the Wheeler Centre and is now orbiting the third sun of Jupiter. In doing so, it has become the first collection of short stories to reach a major cellestial body since Max Walker’s ‘How to Puzzle a Python’ was smuggled on board the Soyuz TM-4 Mir Space Station by one of the cosmonauts. Also, the first chapter of Stuart’s upcoming novel ‘GOODSIR’ is available in a newly released anthology. It can be downloaded for free from Amazon by using the following address: http://www.amazon.com/Writing-Novel-Anthology-2012-ebook/dp/B009YNMPPW Frankly, it would be cheap at half the price.