"Everybody wants to be loved; it is the nature of the beast."
Sweet Tooth dives under the skin of the twenty-first century animal to bring you tales of love, loss, desire and revenge. An unearthed diary yields terrible secrets; a lonely young man tells a lie that spirals out of control; a trip to Italy goes horribly wrong for two lovers, and a little girl hears screams from the house next door...
At times funny and poignant, at others chilling and provocative, 'Sweet Tooth' becomes as addictive as crack and each new story brings yet another fix.
Word Count: Approximately 26,000
Warnings: Contains offensive language, violence and references to m/m sexual encounters.
About the Author
Philip Ellis is an award-winning British fiction writer. After graduating from Aberystwyth University with an English and French degree, Philip travelled to Canada where he worked as a teacher, before returning home to England. Philip now works as an SEO content writer for a multi-site online retailer but hopes to become a full time author in the near furture.
Follow Philip on twitter - @Philip_Ellis
As a brand new indie ebook publisher who is just starting out and beginning to attract new talent, it is tough to find the authors who truly support our ideals. We were incredibly lucky to find Philip and rumour has it that there will be more from him in 2011!
Independent ReviewWhere to buy 'Sweet Tooth'
This book is well worth the read. After every story I was keen to read the next, personal favourite 'The Girlfriend'. I found this book addictive as I wanted to know what the next story was going to be like in comparison to the last. A definite must read. Looking forward to reading more by this talented author.
- Rachael Morris
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Sweet Tooth Giveaway
Now for the fun part! Philip has generously agreed to giveaway a FREE copy of 'Sweet Tooth' to one lucky person. Here's how to enter;
1 - Follow this blog
2 - Follow us on twitter @e_Quills
3 - Comment on this post giving us the title and author of your favourite short story of 2010 and tell us why you love it.
4 - Don't forget to let us know how we can contact you - twitter or the web address of your blog
That's it! The winner will be selected at random and contacted on Friday 7th January. If the winner doesn't respond within 48 hours then another will be chosen.