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TERRIFIC TALES: Rickmansworth author publishes new short story collection

 Published on: 31st August 2022   |   By: Bryn Holmes   |   Category: Uncategorized

A Rickmansworth author has just had a brand-new anthology of thought-provoking short stories published – and she’s not stopping there.

Linda Flynn’s new book I Knew It In The Bath is published by Bridge House Publishing and contains a collection of tales all linked by the theme of unexpected events.

A year ago, Linda was a teacher at a Northwood school, who wrote short stories in the holidays. This new book contains some that have already previously been published and included in writing competition anthologies as winners.

The synopsis reads: “The bathtub is the place where dreams and possibilities flow as easily as the tap water – if only they would go to plan.

I Knew it in the Bath is a collection of absorbing short stories which show that no matter how we expect events to unfold, life has a way of confounding us.

“What will a woman do to save her friend? Do we really know when we’re being watched? Why did Dora throw the iron through the window? What’s the best way to take revenge on a cheating partner?

“Settle back for an engaging read through these humorous, sinister and thought-provoking stories, but try not to drop your book in the bath!”

Linda is already planning her next venture, focusing on a young adult novel that she began around ten years ago, but could not complete due to her commitments as a teacher.

By the end of the year as well, Linda will also have two children’s books and a short piece of immersive theatre published.

To get your copy of I Knew It In The Bath, you can buy it from Amazon Prime, Waterstones, Barnes & Noble, and Bridge Town Café Bookshop. It costs around £8.

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