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Digital Face

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Here are some of the characters and situations you will encounter in these eleven stories:

"The Owl and the Pussycats" - Coping with Felinefilia.
"Handle With Care" - Sarena wants a tattoo.
"Secret of The Old" - Granny Mimmi tells all.
"Inside Her Eyelids" - Adrienne's muse is a pest.
"Digital Face" - What (not) to do about pores.
"Tsunami" - The woman who has everything wants less.
"Bill's Aphoristic Aphrodite" - Romance in a candy wrapper.
"Silver and Gold Apples" - A corner store for half-chances.
"After Babel" - Ruminations from the Prophetess Suomynona.
"A Man's Home Is His Castle" - Love and family, post power outage.
"You Can Only Go Back" - Temporal Exploration has already occurred.

Foreword Reviews gives this collection 5 Hearts: "....each piece in the collection features an interesting sci-fi premise crafted well..."

A visual artist as well as an author, Zelda Leah Gatuskin brings a sense of realism to even her most fantastic and satiric tales. Vivid description of external details combine with sympathetic attention to the inner lives of her characters to draw the reader into her highly imaginative and thought-provoking scenarios. Gatuskin provides tart depictions of popular culture, imaginative takes on the future (and past) of humanity, and mystical currents swirling below the surface.

These stories will tickle your funny bone, your brain and your heart. You may want to go back and read them again!

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