Friday, January 30, 2015

Review Tour: Skeletons by Kenneth Buff & giveaway


by Kenneth Buff

Skeletons, everyone has one, and in this collection of dark short stories they're scratching their way to the surface for the world to see. In Skeletons you'll meet a man who confesses his secret time traveling fetish, a cashier who investigates the eerie behavior of his retail co-workers, a torn lover who travels to her boyfriend's haunted retreat, a teenager who's town undergoes some unusual changes, and a father who's personal time is moving a little too fast.

And Then There Was Only Us
I’m not sure how it started. I know it was me that showed her the portal, but I can’t remember whose idea it was to start killing them. I believe it was hers, but I honestly don’t remember anymore. That’s part of using the portal. You go in too many times and it fries your brain. I couldn’t even pretend to know how many times we’ve gone in. I just know that each time we go back we kill them a new way. That’s one thing I do know. I could lie to you and tell you I didn’t enjoy it, but I did. No woman in the world is kinkier than my Stephanie. Once I showed her the portal, it didn’t take long for her to change the way we dealt with the doubles. Prior to our trips, I had always just waited till my double used the portal before exploring the past. That way there would only be one of me. Steph changed that. You wouldn’t believe the shock on their faces the first time they saw us. You wouldn’t believe the pleasure on ours.
We took full advantage of the fact that no one would ever know about their disappearances.
My Review:
This was a really interesting and unique set of short stories. They all got right to the point and made for fun fast reads. Each story made you think and brought some hidden fear or question to life. A lot of the situations were very relatable so it made for an even more exciting story.  I look forward to seeing what Kenneth Buff writes next.
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Kenneth Buff was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. He moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma in 2007 to attend Oklahoma State University. He graduated in 2013. He currently spends his days working as an elementary special education teacher and his nights at Aspen Coffee, writing his next novel.





Kenneth will be awarding a $15 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour. The More you comment the better your chances of winning!
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  1. Thanks for reviewing, Amber! I'm glad you liked the collection.

    I'll be stopping by throughout the day answering any questions your readers may have. So feel free to ask away, everyone.

  2. This cover is really impressive. The excerpt has me intrigued.