Interruptions

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  • Interruptions
  • Bea Cannon
  • English
  • 04 November 2017

About the Author: Bea Cannon

Bea lives in Charlotte, NC.In addition to writing science fiction and fantasy and a smidgen of horror she enjoys a good read, working crossword puzzles, walking, drawing, and painting.She is a retired electronics technician and admits to having worked at a variety of other jobs during her life, including being a dishwasher, a busgirl, a house maid, a motel hotel maid, working in a fast food join


Interruptions Cady And Sam Don T Like Excitement Consequently, They Have Good Reason To Love Their Lifestyle In The Small Town Of Matthews, North Carolina They Ve Got A Cute Kid, Good Jobs, Great Neighbors, And As Cady Says, Their Home Of Five Years Beats The Wheels Off Their Last Address Unfortunately, Interruption Rears Its Ugly Head When It S Least Expected, Leading To That Unwanted Unrest They Ve Been Avoiding What S A Couple Of Homebody Werewolves To Do

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14 thoughts on “Interruptions

  1. Marcia Carrington says:

    INTERRUPTIONS is an enjoyable paranormal short story that builds well, the shifters element handled in a descriptive, but controlled manner It also has a nice sense of comedy which blends in suitably with the action, never becoming parodic.

  2. Christina McMullen says:

    I m a big fan of Cannon s sci fi stories, but this is the first strictly fantasy story I ve read of hers It s an interesting take on werewolves just trying to live an ordinary life I ll definitely be checking out the rest of the Cady and Sam books.

  3. P.S. Winn says:

    This is an intriguing short story that has a unique story line I wasn t expecting No spoilers, so you have to pick this one up You will be glad you did when you follow Cady, Sam and their daughter AnnaMae into a tale of adventure, fun and twisted circumstances.

  4. M.P.C. Reach says:

    I was intrigued by the fact that this doesn t appear to be the usual kind of werewolf story with packs and alphas and such Just a couple Cady and Sam trying to live a normal life and raise their kid.As noted by previous reviewers, it s a short story that starts slow, but I was ok with it because I kind of like a build up and it suited the quiet lifestyle this couple is trying to lead.Trouble starts when the neighborhood flirt shows up on their doorsteps with a broken down car seeking help to get it started and gets foiled in her attempt to get Sam alone when it turns out he knows nothing about cars Cady goes back to the car with her and that s when the fun begins It s a short so if I say any , that ll just about be the story All in all, I enjoyed it There are two other stories both longer than this one, I think about this family which I intend to read and I hope they expand the circumstances hinted at in this one.I d recommend it to anyone who likes something a little different.

  5. Andy Smith says:

    I do agree in part with the previous reviewer, that this shortie takes time to build, but I read Living in the moment right after this and it becomes clear that Interruptions is like a chapter taken from a book than a stand alone story.I will say it s different from the usual vampire werewolf stories I ve read Here we have the novel setting of suburban were things wolves, cats, witches, vampires, humans , living quiet, normal lives as good neighbors in a little backwater town called Matthews, all pulling together to help when ghouls arrive to attack the local flirt There s no explanation for the attack, which raised a question mark as I read, but since the same character is attacked again in Living in the Moment , there clearly is a motive.Bea s heroine isn t your typical perfect, model type babe dressed in black leather, she s short, a mum, and works as a barber Oh, and she s black , to quote the author , which is an refreshing element the author works into her stories race and mixed race relationships As with her full length, Boucher s World, Bea Cannon is very good at fleshing out non standard characters and real life difficult family relationships that add an extra dimension to her stories.Read this and then go straight to Living in the moment for a continuation.

  6. Christine DeLange says:

    Title InterruptionsAuthor Bea CannonPublished by Bea Cannon on SmashwordsGenre Paranormal horror short storyThe story starts off with an over reactive mother, breaking her toe in aid of rescuing her child The writing is effortless, but the built up to interesting scenes is slow At times it feels like you re listening into some housewives Although Cannon gives the reader a deep inside inside Cadance s character, this doesn t suite the length of the story Things get somewhat better when Eloise, who has an eye on Sam, Candance husband shows up with car trouble Cadance decides to give her a cookie of her own dough and forces her to walk to the broken down car From here on the situation shoots out of control unearthly creatures show up in a battered car and Candance appears to be telepathic.