Fun and easy read. The short stories are a pleasure to read, very detailed and vivid. Good fantasy read that I would highly recommend. -Amazon Review
From murderous crowd-sourcing apps to nefarious faeries, Reflections is a collection of short stories posing a single question: where does goodness end, and evil begin?
In “Scales”, Jason and Akira find friendship in the aftermath of a cataclysmic pandemic, but the closer they become, the greater Jason’s secret grows. “Crowns” centers around Larry, who must pay a terrible price to save his comatose girlfriend. In “Veritas”, two detectives are gifted with a new and revolutionary truth serum that will reveal far more than they bargained for, and in “Mech”, the moral dilemmas deepen as a forbidden, unrequited love simmers amidst the turmoil of an alien invasion.
Ten soaring stories, each exploring original and thought-provoking perspectives of love, secrecy, loyalty, and destruction. Tangling future and fantasy, Reflections is a kaleidoscopic exploration of the frailties, foibles, and dreams of humanity.
About the Author:
Silas Woods is proud to play General Cornwall in a local bi-monthly reenactment of the Battle of Gettysburg. Okay, that’s a lie. But now that you’re reading, here’s the truth. Silas grew up as an Air Force brat. Moving around as a kid isn’t easy, but it does build character. He’s a storyteller by nature and has so many great ideas locked away in his head that he could potentially write forever and never run out of material. His biggest hope is to find his tribe of readers that’ll love his work.
Married to the love of his life, Rebecca, the pair love to game with their cat, Konami, ever giving their gameplay judgmental glares. Silas’ stories are inspired by the world around him, so his characters, scenarios, and even their fictional reactions are all true to life, making his books dangerously realistic and easy to get lost in. He hopes to inspire adults to remember their love of reading, encourage others to read more, and to bring a hint of magic to the mundane.