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eto, Volume 1➧ [Ebook] ➢ eto, Volume 1 By Gaabriel Becket ➲ – Varanus.us eto is a Welsh word which means again and yet and nevertheless and is an anthology of short fiction and poetry by new and established Welsh and Welsh American authorso is a collaborative publication b eto is a Welsh word which means again and yet and nevertheless and is an anthology of short fiction and poetry by new and established Welsh and Welsh American authorso is a collaborative publication by Welsh author Phillip Stephen Rowlands and Ceri Shaw and Gaabriel Becket, the founders of the AmeriCymru Welsh American social network and the West Coast Eisteddfod Welsh American performing arts festival Volumeincludes work by Welsh poets Mike Jenkins, eto, Volume MOBI :µ Paul Steffan Jones and Saul Hughes and Welsh and Welsh American authors Lloyd Jones, Chris Keil, Phil Rowlands, Jude Johnson, Jean Mead, Glyn Scott, Thomas Morris, Gaynor Madoc Leonard, John Good and Gaabriel Becket.

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    Have Kindle books collaborative publication by Welsh author Phillip Stephen Rowlands and Ceri Shaw and Gaabriel Becket, the founders of the AmeriCymru Welsh American social network and the West Coast Eisteddfod Welsh American performing arts festival Volumeincludes work by Welsh poets Mike Jenkins, eto, Volume MOBI :µ Paul Steffan Jones and Saul Hughes and Welsh and Welsh American authors Lloyd Jones, Chris Keil, Phil Rowlands, Jude Johnson, Jean Mead, Glyn Scott, Thomas Morris, Gaynor Madoc Leonard, John Good and Gaabriel Becket."/>
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    To those of us who feel a connection to the culture of Wales, a Welsh literary anthology is a welcome concept And it is enjoyable to read most of the short stories in this first issue, which feature well constructed plots, compelling characters and themes, and other strong qualities I particularly like Number Forty by Jude Johnson and Wedded Bliss by Jean Mead, which have excellent plots Pests by Gaabrielle Becket is also cleverly written, with a Twilight Zone feel to it And while th To those of us who feel a connection to the culture of Wales, a Welsh literary anthology is a welcome concept And it is enjoyable to read most of the short stories in this first issue, which feature well constructed plots, compelling characters and themes, and other strong qualities I particularly like Number Forty by Jude Johnson and Wedded Bliss by Jean Mead, which have excellent plots Pests by Gaabrielle Becket is also cleverly written, with a Twilight Zone feel to it And while the remaining stories and poems all have some robust qualities, they all seem to have minor flaws that prevent them from being really memorable.And, unfortunately, the editing seems weak The first story, When the Yoghurts Run Out by Philip Stephen Rowlands, is not a bad story, but the narrative transitions between present tense and past tense for no apparent reason This seems amateurish Also amateurish is the quantity of other errors, apparently typographical, in almost every story and poem

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