Saturday Short Story Review: A Ranch Bordering the Salty River by Stephen Page

Saturday Short Story Review

Hello Everyone! It’s Saturday.. Hope you all have wonderful weekend. So, today I’m review a poetic short story- A Ranch Bordering the Salty River by Stephen Page.

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Published: September 23rd 2016 by Finishing Line Press

Read Date: August 12th 2017

Stars: 4/5

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Blurb-

This story is collection of in poetic verses about the life of Jonathan, a rancher. Continue reading

Ananta Shesha Naga: Rise of Demon Prince by Sanjeev K. Sharma

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Published: May 14th 2017 by Story Mirror

Read Date: August 11 2017

Star: 2/5

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Blurb (in my words):

Protocol and treaty between Devas, Asurs and Nagas has been violated by 5 brothers of Ananta Shesh Naga- the serpent Emperor of all Sarpas.

Swarna, beautiful golden sarpini, has ceased the seed and Nagamani of these 5 traitor Sarpa brothers and as the result of this treachery the destroyer of the world, Demon prince, Karushetu, is to be borne to rule the universe and to destroy all mighty rulers of the universe- Devas, Asurs and Sarpas.

None can stop this monstrous demon prince except great Naga warrior, Ananta Shesha Naga himself and his lord Maha Rudra. What destruction will bring this demon prince? How Ananta Shesha Naga is going to stop him?

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The Awesome Blogger Award

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Hello Everyone! Another award today! I was nominated for this award by Norin @ Diary of a Bookfiend. Check out Norin’s blog. She is awesome blogger herself and has recently hit 200 followers. You can read her answers for this award HERE. Thanks Norin for nominating me. ❤

This Award was created by Maggie @ Dreaming of Guatemala and she said:

This is an award for the absolutely wonderful writers all across the blogging world. They have beautiful blogs, are kind and lovely, and always find a way to add happiness and laughter to the lives of their readers. That is what truly defines an awesome blogger. Continue reading