Erin by EA Harwik
Reviewed by Alex Canton-Dutari
I have always considered that writing short stories takes a special gift, which EA Harwik definitely has. Though the content of the stories is quite different, they are bound by emotion in all its different degrees -- from love to anger. When he writes in the first person he is able to elicit strong feelings in the reader, especially since his fiction almost reads as true life -- or is it the other way around? BTW, Caveman was delivered in a style reminiscent of a fable. This is an author I will follow.