“It kept me engaged through the whole story” – Float by Michael Bussa

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Calder made mistakes he would pay for, though he didn’t think it would be with his life. He quickly learned that everything he believed about dying wasn’t true, after all.
From the author of The Peace of Pi, and Ending in V, comes a haunting new tale that will keep you turning the pages, to the unexpected ending.
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Aggie

A Star Is Born

I read the Float, I couldn’t read it fast enough. It kept me engaged through the whole story. I didn’t want it to end. This author is defiantly on the right track, look forward to all future projects from him.

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“If I had more stars to give, this book would definitely get them.” – Letters to Eula (AGhost Story) by Michael Bussa

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Sesame, an old woman in frail health, is trapped in the attic with no explanation. A woman and her two small girls live on the first floor, none of whom pay the old woman any mind. Though she tries calling out, banging on walls, and stomping on the floor, her cries for help go ignored.
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P.S. Winn

If I had more stars to give, this book would definitely get them.

I loved this story. I have read many by this author and have to say this is my favorite. When I read the afterword in the book as the author explained where the story came from, I so wished I had more stars to give. I know that place where this story was found and hope Michael Bussa finds many, many more there. In this well-crafted tale, readers enter the mind of Sesame, an older woman stuck in the upstairs of a home while she wonders what is happening beneath her. What she thinks and feels is expressed in the letters she is writing to her sister Eula. The author twists this story just right and takes readers on a great ride. The feeling in this book is intense and readers can almost feel reality slip away as they become one with this story. Thanks to Michael Bussa who knows how a short story was made to be written

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“Bussa is a master of horror!” – A Face to Die For by Michael Bussa

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The year is 2051, and The MedMoore Group is the largest pharmaceutical and medical device producer in the world. The introduction of a new device – The Electric Mask – was revolutionary for Denise, a reclusive burn victim. But when a visit from her estranged sister opens the floodgates, the horror of childhood memories rush in demanding resolution, and the mask is the perfect tool. Some dark memories cannot be forgotten – or forgiven.
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Viv Drewa

Bussa is a master of horror!

“A Face to Die For” is another jewel in Bussa’s books. It keeps you wondering what will happen and surprises you in the end.
I highly recommend this book!

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“The story has all the elements of a good scary story.” – Price of Now by Michael Bussa

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A short story, set in the small, fictional town of Now, Indiana, circa 1940. A man, Troy, returns to his hometown after ten years when he is diagnosed with cancer in his prime.

Distraught, Troy visits a local antique store on Halloween night, hoping to find something to comfort him in his last weeks. He stumbles across a painting so compelling, he must have it, at all cost — he must have it…now!
Soon, Troy learns there is something more to the painting than he bargained for. Something diabolical.
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High Flyin’

FOREVER HAUNTING

The story has all the elements of a good scary story. The author has a way of leading you to believe that you can predict the ending, then – BAM – he throws you for a loop at the ending! This chilling tale is frightening. It reminded me of an old Chicago tv show called Creature Features.

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“Surprised at every turn” – Lettie’s Plight by Michael Bussa

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Born in the Victorian era, in the slums of Bethnal Green, Lettie vowed never to follow in her mother’s dismal footsteps — even if it killed her!
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Terry

Surprised at every turn

I didn’t think it was her. There are a lot of twists and turns. The boys are cheeky little boogers. What a surprising ending she really thorough she got away. Highly recommend a lot of surprises

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“This is an absolutely fun and darkly funny short story.” – Ending in V by Michael Bussa

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A dark and humorous, albeit, twisted story of two opposites on their sixth anniversary. They should never have married. Violet is submerged in fantasy and denial. She is blindly in love with Gideon who cannot bear to breathe in the same room with her. She manages her day in the ignorance of bliss, an element of the marriage that only she knows. Gideon is in torment every moment of each passing day. He finally realizes that it must end if he is to be free to search for his own happiness. What will he do?
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Michael P. McParland

An Endless Pain

This is an absolutely fun and darkly funny short story. It becomes clear almost immediately how bad the misery has been for this poor man and the insanity he’s been driven too. This is definitely a 5 stars plus and I recommend it highly to all.

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“Michael Bussa has a way with a short story that is unique and a pleasure to find” – The Peace of Pi by Michael Bussa

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An odd tale of disconnection follows a quiet little man who wanders about the day, in the shadows of an overbearing wife. Willing to do anything to find the love they once shared, he trails her patiently, almost invisibly, to an unexpected ending.
The author cleverly uses rhythm and rhyme, creating a long-form, poetic short story.
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P.S. Winn

Great short story, you have to read.

This is a great short tale with a wonderful feel to it. Follow Milo, a mild-mannered man as he walks through life. Thinking of his wife and their relationship. he repeats “I’ve done nothing, no, nary nothing” readers are going to be surprised as they learn just what is the meaning behind the words and the true story of the life of the Elek’s, husband and wife. Michael Bussa has a way with a short story that is unique and a pleasure to find.

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“Cool political thriller!” – JETTISON! by Michael Bussa

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It’s 1962. The prisons are overcrowded and it’s about to become worse due to budget cuts. Cain Cardwell, the President of the United States has a plan. Move the worst offenders on death row to a remote island.
His closest confidant, Jackson Draper, has doubts, realizing that the president has an alternate agenda that is too sinister, even for a rogue president. Now, he must risk his own life to stop the madman, in a race against time.
The clock is ticking…
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Victoria Haugen

INTRIGUING THRILLER!

Cool political thriller!
Very gripping was captivated from beginning to end. Short/easy listen, but jam-packed with Bussa awesomeness. What IF that were to happen? Would it work? A deadly game to play!

Great listen, definitely recommended 🙂

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“Michaels stories always take twists that keep the reader interested” – Float by Michael Bussa

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Calder made mistakes he would pay for, though he didn’t think it would be with his life. He quickly learned that everything he believed about dying wasn’t true, after all.
From the author of The Peace of Pi, and Ending in V, comes a haunting new tale that will keep you turning the pages, to the unexpected ending.
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wayne hammond
Loved it!

This is a wonderful short story to read. I have read all of Michael Bussa’s work and he delivers excellent work. His stories always take twists that keep the reader interested. Highly recommend!

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“Great story, the ending was a real shocker” – Letters to Eula (A Ghost Story) by Michael Bussa

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Sesame, an old woman in frail health, is trapped in the attic with no explanation. A woman and her two small girls live on the first floor, none of whom pay the old woman any mind. Though she tries calling out, banging on walls, and stomping on the floor, her cries for help go ignored.
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Estelle
Letters to Eula

This is a very short story. Seame writing letters to Eula, a sister she doesn’t know what happened to. Great story, the ending was a real shocker. Will look for more from this author.

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