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  • Paperback
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  • Library of Dreams
  • Charlotte Ashley
  • English
  • 21 July 2018
  • 9780615934464

7 thoughts on “Library of Dreams

  1. says:

    An anthology filled with short stories about dreams Where could you possibly go wrong From the creative minds of authors from different genres you can’t There’s something for everyone whether you like the stran

  2. says:

    This anthology was a beautiful surprise all in allSome of the stories really resonated with me and I loved every bit of them from the

  3. says:

    This anthology's theme centers around dreams From the fantastical to the uncomfortable this anthology does not disappoint with its range of top

  4. says:

    It's than a year that I am reading their stories; I have lived with their characters laughed and cried with them and moved on I know some of t

  5. says:

    LIBRARY OF DREAMS is an anthology that does an excellent job of balancing different stories with dreams as a central premise I have m

  6. says:

    No rating or review from me for this book at least for the time being since I'm one of its authors

  7. says:

    Library of Dreams has potential I found the first two stories to both have something interesting to them without absolutely lighting my fire The third felt like a balanced mix of plot and style and that works in the collection’s favour because I was just getting into it when I was cut off by the end of the sample I like short s

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Library of Dreams

The secret dream home of a poor teenaged boyThe recurring nightmare of a federal agentStolen dreams sold as drugsForbidden dreams running rampant into the waking worldDream lovers dream captors dream saviours and dream kingsDreams can be hopes dreams can be visions dreams can be prophesies and dreams can be horrors They cross over into our waking hours or are forgotten just b An anthology filled with short stories about dreams Where could you possibly go wrong From the creative minds of authors from different genres you can t There s something for everyone whether you like the strangely weird or the straight up delivery of a dream story It s all therePersonally I ve never been big into anthologies I would borrow them from the library for the authors I knew or because there were shorts associated with a series of books I was reading Thankfully though I ve recently changed my mind and have started to branch out reading the stories I once wouldn t by unknown authors This anthology is the first I ve read all the way through every single story and I enjoyed it Like every anthology there were stories that weren t my speed didn t tickle my fancy but the ones I did like made up for it My favorites were The Typewriter by JC McDowell The Light by Josh Vitalie and surprisingly Lovers Fugue by the editor Charlotte Ashley That particular one I wanted to continue so I could find out what happened next I don t want to give anything away but something in the story went poof and had me screaming at my screen People were looking at me weird You ll get caught up in the magic the story lines and the worlds each author creates The imagination put into these stories is unbelievable and the anthology is definitely worth what you d pay for it

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Efore dawn They prompt us to take new chances in our lives or replace a life we can’t bear to face Dreams are both another world and our ownEnter the Library of Dreams This inaugural short story collection from PSG Publishing contains the work of fourteen authors from six different countries covering every corner of the literary dreamscape Featuring new stories from Charlot This anthology s theme centers around dreams From the fantastical to the uncomfortable this anthology does not disappoint with its range of topics However the execution is a bit spotty Even so at this price point it is well worth the moneyMy favorite stories among the bunch are uite different from each other The first is Dream Job by Milos Petrik where harvesting and selling dreams lead to unfortunate events The second is This Thing of Darkness by Yzabel Ginsberg became a favorite simply because it really felt like a dream terrifying and otherworldly Lovers Fugue had the best premise in my opinion in a world awakened to their dreams we find a society devoid of dreams because they are too dangerous uite an adventurous love tale And the one that I most enjoyed probably for its understated promise was Finding Marty by Katherine GanzelThough heavy on the romance side and despite the uneven stories this anthology was a pleasant surprise And all proceeds support LitWorld a non profit literacy organization

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Te Ashley Emerald Delmara Dee Drin Kim Fry Katherine A Ganzel Yzabel Ginsberg JC McDowell Tim McFarlane Alexandra Owen Miloš Petrik Adam Sigrist Maya Starling Josh Vitalie and Len WebsterProceeds from sales of the Library of Dreams will be donated to LitWorld a non profit literacy organization fostering resilience hope and joy through the power of story For information visit No rating or review from me for this book at least for the time being since I m one of its authors


About the Author: Charlotte Ashley

Charlotte Ashley collects the works of Alexandre Dumas and owns 19 editions of The Three Musketeers one of which is a purse Her family tolerates her book obsessions because they pay the bills she is also a writer editor and independent bookseller in Toronto Canada