Something to Read on the Ride: Frank Zubek

Frank Zubek portraitI am pleased to start the weekend by having a most gracious guest, author Frank Zubek, on my blog. Frank is one of the authors who collaborated to the anthology Something to Read on the Ride. Frank, who has been a great supporter of the collective since its inception, has donated not one, but two shorts.

In his own words:

Where do you live and what’s the day job?

Greater Cleveland and I work in retail. The rest of my time is taken up writing and a few hours of sleep.

What inspired this story?

Stella suggested for people to submit a story they had hanging around on their hard drive. I didn’t have any so I decided to think up a new story exclusive for the anthology, which is geared toward people who travel to and from work on buses or subways. I was also a bit worried that we wouldn’t have enough submissions to fill a book so I offered to think up two and she said okay. So my two stories take place on a bus.

How long have you been writing?

1999. I currently have several short stories and a few novellas for sale on amazon.

What are you working on next?

I seem to have run out of ideas for contemporary fiction so I’m switching to fantasy. I have a few adventures that are perfect for a novel.

Can people visit your web-page or blog?

Of course! www.frankzubek.net  is the web page and the blog is www.whatbrickwall.blogspot.com  

Can people contact you?

frank.zubek@yahoo.com  

Copertina Sandro BeneficenzaIf you want to donate to a great cause, Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Appeal, A Children’s Hospital Charity, and read Frank’s two shorts, buy the anthology. It’s only $2.99!

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Something to Read on the Ride: Frank Zubek

Something to Read on the Ride

Copertina Sandro BeneficenzaI am quite proud to be part of two great charity projects this year. Something to Read on the Ride, edited by author Stella Wilkinson, is the first of the two anthologies for which I donated a short, while Alessandro Fiorini donated the cover.  The book, suitable for all adult readers from 18 – 80,  covers a large range of subjects, from space travel to zombies, romance, humor and tragedy, and from unusual occurrences to every day situations. Stories were donated by authors who hang out at the Writers’ CaféSomething to Read on the Ride is only $2.99, and all the proceeds from the sales will go to Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Appeal, a Children’s Hospital Charity.

My contribute to the anthology, The Centennial Grape, is a science fiction short with a moody atmosphere, homage to the science fiction I grew up with and loved.

Have a great time commuting.

Something to Read on the Ride