Trust Me Too

Trust Me Too

Paul Collins (ed.), Ford Street Publishing

Fifty-seven Australian authors, poets, and illustrators have got together and produced another fine collection of short stories, plus some beautiful and witty examples of verse.

Trust Me Too is a sequel to an earlier published collection, Trust Me.

While this collection does not have any specific overall theme, you will find a host of stories under the headings of Adventure, Crime, Contemporary, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Romance, Ghost, Humour and Sport — to name many.

And, because I have seen them on the power lines out the front of my former house in Canberra, Meredith Costain’s poem “Shoefiti” especially caught my eye.

As the publisher’s notes on the back cover records: “If reading is something you do to find your way into the lives of other people, you will discover much to enjoy” in this collection.

When you are planning your next weekend away or annual holiday, make sure you pack this collection along with your toothbrush and iPad.

The Rev. Rex A. E. Hunt



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