Stories of Fiction, Fantasy, and Adventure!

SFFA

Stories of Fiction, Fantasy, and Adventure

Short Stories Written In Grade School

Rich Full-Color Illustrations

Written & Illustrated by: Walton D. Stowell Jr.

Edited by: Doctor Drogo F. Empedocles

Dedicated to Mom: Nena M. Stowell

Sponsored by: Noel Lana Tavano

Self-Published in 2010

Stories of Fiction, Fantasy, and Adventure is a collection of 45 short stories written in the 1980’s by a kid, for kids. The Author wrote these stories as a kid, to be read by kids, and read by kids to other kids. Adults may read these stories of course, but those that live in denial of their creativity will be challenged by the contents of this book.

Although mostly fictional, some stories were based on real people, places, and events. Character names have been changed to protect the identity and integrity of all people, thus making each story even more fictional. Warning: those that try to apply reality to these stories may get in trouble and serve Detention!

This collection of tales and drawings from the Author’s childhood and early teen years, was written while attending public and private schools in West Virginia and Maryland. Many drawings were drawn with the stories, and have been digitally re-mastered here. Some of the “mistakes” in spelling or grammar were intentionally left in, especially if they added to the ambiance of the story. Also teacher comments are sometimes included. Don’t worry; if there’s mistakes, they’re supposed to be in here.

Remember; Kids are not slaves!

136 page Amazon Book $26 (+ shipping = about $30)

Buying it now on Createspace gives more to the author than on Amazon!

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