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Champagne & Lemonade is a delightful collection of eclectic short stories, taking readers on a journey to different times and places, meeting a sparkling cast of well-drawn characters.
Nibble the fish is desperate to escape his boring old pond.
A new breed of super hero has been born and his name is Bob Cheesecake.
Dumpton Hospital’s staff have a somewhat unconventional approach to looking after their patients.
Robert Hood is on a mission to save modern England.
And just who is the vampire terrorising the neighbourhood from his home at 113A Greenstone Street?
From the quixotic to the poignant, John A. D. Hickling’s wild and whimsical tales fizz with fun and are sure to entertain almost everyone!
CHAMPAGNE & LEMONADE by John A.D. Hickling is a delightful collection of fifteen short stories that contain a little bit of everything for everyone. With stories that suit children, to tales for grown-ups, this is a great collection to dip in and out of at will. A thoroughly entertaining book of stories.
BOOK RATING - 📖📖📖📖 4
Proud father and grandfather, and jack of all trades John A.D. Hickling currently lives with his family in Nottingham. A lover of music, especially 60’s rock, John has previously recorded two independent albums, appeared in comedy band Space Cadets on Britain’s Got Talent and is an active member of Masque Productions amateur theatre group. His debut book, Champagne & Lemonade (published by Clink Street Publishing June 5th 2016 RRP £6.99 paperback, RRP £3.99 ebook) is available to purchase from online retailers including amazon.co.uk and to order from all good bookstores.
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Website - www.johnchewyhickling.com
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*I would like to thank Rachel and Authoright.com, and John A.D. Hickling, for the opportunity to review this book and to take part in the #12DaysOfClinkStreet. Read on for an extract from this short story collection!
THE MONSTER HUNTERS.
Sightings of monster's, mythical creatures were ever growing, which posed a problem for the Prime minister, until a chance meeting created the monster hunters.
The Prime Minister jumped up and kicked over the coffee table. He watched the news reporter explain in graphic detail how out of four climbers tackling Everest, three of them had been killed. The shook-up fourth climber, who was in intensive care, had reportedly mumbled something to the paramedics about how an 8 foot tall, white, horrible faced and sharp teethed thing with straggly fur had attacked and killed his friends. Bigfoot was what the reporter had deduced. Then, in the next report, two fishermen had been dragged to the bottom of Loch Ness; no bodies had so far been recovered. The locals were saying that it was the work of the monster.
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