“Midnight at the Organporium by Tara Campbell: Quirky and Diverse

What do a homicidal houseplant, an enchanted office picnic, sentient fog, and the perfect piece of toast have in common? They’re all part of the world of Midnight at the Organporium. At turns droll, wicked, and surreal, these tales cover topics from white flight, to the Princess and the Pea, to marriage in the afterlife. Visit Midnight at the Organporium for a dose of twisted obsession, covert complicity, and peculiar empowerment—and don’t forget to pick up your spare heart while you’re there.

Quirky and diverse, Tara Campbell’s collection of short stories run the gamut from twisted fairytales, to marriage in the Afterlife and exploration of relationships and love. Each story is rich in content, easily devoured, a bit unexpected, some making you shiver while others tread the edge of outright horror. There are tales of vengeance but also obsession and love. 

Each story creates a unique perspective and creates conversation as all good fiction should. Each is quirky and diverse, fascinating to read and shine as a reflection of the author’s talent, unexpected and intriguing. If you like a fascinating read, short stories that make you reflect , this collection is perfect for you.

Rating: 5 out of 5 

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