Lancaster Publishing Releases Collection of Short Stories by Award-Winning Author, Michael M. Pacheco
Salem, OR, December 25, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Attesting to the depth, range, and continued popularity of short fiction, this collection includes seventeen stories from the glittering lights of Las Vegas (The Elegance of Innocence) to the copper mines of Chile (La Paloma).
The author takes us from the gritty confines of a high-security prison in Hollywood and The Pearl where men dream of what they will do when they are released, to the soft-read of Rosie the Kitty and dear old Eunice.
Award-winning author Michael M. Pacheco brings his mastery of the thriller and fantasy genres as well as his wit and heart to this collection of the must-reads in Latino folklore and stories of magic.
This outstanding collection of 17 brilliant short stories, each just six or fewer pages in length, provides the chance to absorb an entire story (or two or three) in just one sitting.
Of Angels, Demons and Chopped Chorizo includes four never-before released short stories. Exploring a variety of topics from life and death, love and loss, struggling with being a savant and dealing with ghosts, this collection contains fascinating tales, each one different from the last. These stories are bound to bring a smile to your face, a tear to your eye. There is something here for everyone to enjoy.
Of Angels, Demons and Chopped Chorizo (ISBN 978-1494747237) was published by Lancaster Publishing in December 2013.
The paperback is 192 pages and is available from Ingram’s, Amazon, Kindle and fine booksellers everywhere.
Michael M. Pacheco was born in Mexico but grew up in the Pacific Northwest. He earned his BA from Gonzaga University and his Juris Doctorate from Willamette University. He is now a retired attorney. His stories have appeared in numerous journals and literary magazines. In 2012, his novel, The Guadalupe Saints won second place in the ILBA Books-to-Movies Awards and his novella, Seeking Tierra Santa, won Honorable Mention in the adventure/drama category of the 2013 International Latino Book Awards.
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