God Gave Me Butterfly Wings

God Gave Me Butterfly Wings DISCLAIMER This collection is composed of stories that touch on religion myth and legend This is not a text that has a religious slant it is not meant to be a collection of your typical religious ta

  • Title: God Gave Me Butterfly Wings
  • Author: Taylor Eaton
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 121
  • Format: ebook
  • DISCLAIMER This collection is composed of stories that touch on religion, myth, and legend This is not a text that has a religious slant it is not meant to be a collection of your typical religious tales In fact, the stories are generally dark and a bit controversial Read at your own discretion God Gave Me Butterfly Wings is a whimsical collection of flash ficti DISCLAIMER This collection is composed of stories that touch on religion, myth, and legend This is not a text that has a religious slant it is not meant to be a collection of your typical religious tales In fact, the stories are generally dark and a bit controversial Read at your own discretion God Gave Me Butterfly Wings is a whimsical collection of flash fiction very short stories that turn religion, myth, and legend upside down In these pages exist fallen angels, helpless gods, and glimpses of the afterlife These tiny stories are perfect for those that love to read complete stories, but never seem able to find the time to finish an entire novel.

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    1 thought on “God Gave Me Butterfly Wings”

    1. God Gave Me Butterfly Wings is a very misleading title. While it does talk about God and angels and heaven, it’s not the all powerful deity and pureness we have come to associate with those ideas. Instead, Taylor brings a very dark perspective to the entities we have come to think of as omniscient, kind, just, and caring. In one story, Taylor gives us an interesting view of God as a celestial maintenance man. In another, God is an indifferent bored deity playing with our worlds like a child wi [...]

    2. I consider myself lucky to have had the opportunity to beta-read this work for Taylor in its beginning stages. GGMBW is a beautifully written, thought-provoking collection of flash fiction that's perfect for either one sitting or small snippets of fiction throughout your day. Taylor is an extremely talented writer and I highly recommend her work--this, her other e-Book Suicide of the Moon, and her bi-weekly pieces on Little Write Lies. Looking forward to reading more!

    3. Taylor Eaton is not one to waste words. Don't let the short length of these stories fool you - each one only takes a couple minutes to read (which is so perfect for fast-paced life) but they leave your imagination chock-full of imagery and ideas to digest. As the description says, all of the stories center around god(s) in a myth sense but all of them have a different approach to the topic. Definitely worth the read!

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