Book: Vacancy at the Food Court & Other Short Stories
Author: Catina Noble
“The stories in Vacancy at the Food Court are disturbing. Wonderfully, enticingly and fun disturbing, that is. Being able to combine humor and horror—making non-horror fans cringe with fear but aficionados giggle with delight—is a true talent. Each story draws one in and keeps one involved until the usually twisted (in more ways than one) ending.
All thirteen stories are well-written with an almost poetic nuance to some of them and this use of words by author Catina Noble brings a depth to the stories that reaches beyond the surface areas of the reader’s mind into the psyche.” – Sherrill Wark
Catina Noble is an Ottawa writer with over two hundred publications including books, articles, short stories and poetry. Her work has appeared in several publications including but not limited to Woman’s World Magazine, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Bywords, Riverview Park Review, PEN, YTravel Blog, The Mindful Word, Mojito Mother, Baby Post and many others. She is the author of eight books and three chapbooks of poetry. Her poem You Can’t See Me won first place in the Canadian Author’s Association Poetry Contest in 2014. Two of her books have the Reader’s Favorite Silver Seal of Approval; Vacancy at the Food Court & Other Short Stories and I’m Glad I Didn’t Kill Myself.
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