The Binge-Watching Cure

The Binge Watching Cure You know you want to read You remember once losing yourself in books You recall how exciting the adventures were how late you stayed up following your favorite characters and how you cried gasped

  • Title: The Binge-Watching Cure
  • Author: Bill Adler Jr.
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • You know you want to read You remember once losing yourself in books You recall how exciting the adventures were, how late you stayed up following your favorite characters, and how you cried, gasped, or bit your nails But how to start reading again when binge watching TV is so easy and let s be honest fun You start slowly, of course Baby steps First, with a You know you want to read You remember once losing yourself in books You recall how exciting the adventures were, how late you stayed up following your favorite characters, and how you cried, gasped, or bit your nails But how to start reading again when binge watching TV is so easy and let s be honest fun You start slowly, of course Baby steps First, with a story that s only twitter sized in length Then the next, a mere 75 words Then a few hundred words, followed by progressively longer tales until you re reading novels without even knowing it That s The Binge Watching Cure, a collection of stories encompassing a range of genres, including mystery, romance, horror, science fiction, literary, crime and a little of everything for everybody In this book, you ll witness a couple s role playing night on the town, a First Sergeant coming face to face with the horrors of war, a post apocalyptic thriller, a young woman with seven days to live out a lifetime of love, a catastrophic train wreck that gives a circus troupe baffling powers, and So kick off your shoes and cure your binge watching Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Kindle Edition, 351 pages Published March 29th 2018 by Claren Books More Details ASIN B07BTC9X1G Edition Language English Other Editions None found All Editions Add a New Edit

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    About “Bill Adler Jr.

    • Bill Adler Jr.

      Bill Adler Jr is an American writer living in Tokyo He s the author of Outwitting Squirrels The Wall Street Journal A masterpiece Boing Boing One of the funniest books I ve ever read , Boys and Their Toys Understanding Men by Understanding Their Relations With Gadgets, Tell Me a Fairy Tale A Parent s Guide to Telling Mythical and Magical Stories, and No Time to Say Goodbye, a time trav Bill Adler Jr is an American writer living in Tokyo He s the author of Outwitting Squirrels The Wall Street Journal A masterpiece Boing Boing One of the funniest books I ve ever read , Boys and Their Toys Understanding Men by Understanding Their Relations With Gadgets, Tell Me a Fairy Tale A Parent s Guide to Telling Mythical and Magical Stories, and No Time to Say Goodbye, a time travel novella, and other books



    153 thoughts on “The Binge-Watching Cure

    • Cool collection Great idea.Some of the stories weren t my taste and some others I couldn t relate to being as I ve spent most of my life in rural Canada, an infinite distance from city life in Japan or anywhere else on that side of the Pacific Quality writing and an extra bit of fun if you submitted is testing out the exact story that beat yours to publication The one I d sent couldn t be different.


    • I love the concept of starting with some very short stories and working your way up until you re knee deep in a new world with the characters Some of the stories I sat in riveted and others I found utterly bizarre and strange and not something I d care to read again Needless to say I enjoyed a lot of these books.A review will be up soon, I hope.



    • This anthology has a little bit of everything in it Literally It s a great collection of short, short stories to short stories There were a few of them that I didn t finished because they were just not my thing but, I did enjoy the ones I ve read I think this anthology has a little bit of something for everyone Good, bad or indifferent, you ll have a blast at getting to know he Author and diving into the words they busted out to make their story This was an interesting idea for an antholog This [...]



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