Review: Spilt Milk by D. K. Cassidy

Title: Spilt Milk

Author: D. K. Cassidy

Pages: 122 Pages

Publisher: Pluvio Press

The Blurb

Within these pages you will meet an array of characters. Choices are made that will change lives. Are they right or wrong? You decide. Each brief story deliberately distills a life’s essence. Mika Sugano’s original illustrations compliment D. K. Cassidy’s flashes of fiction, heightening these refreshing ideas and themes on the page.

Welcome to Modern Gothic stories that are droll, horrific, and thought provoking.

  • George, a child who collects things
    •Cinderella’s stepmother in therapy
    •A paraplegic finds her true life
    •Caleb, unwanted, neglected, now grown
    •Jared, baptized in a coffee world
    •A mother lost in her torn past
    •And six others


The Review

Spilt Milk by DK Cassidy is a curious little collection of short stories that are all interwoven. The twelve story collection wasn’t necessarily for me because I like closure with my short stories but you cannot deny the creative talent on DK Cassidy. She manages to make you feel uncomfortable and equally intrigued at the same time.

Spilt Milk by D. K. Cassidy is available now.

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