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Bewildering Stories

Morris Marshall

Bewildering Stories biography

Morris Marshall is a college professor who has been teaching economics for the past 13 years. He has been writing fiction on and off since high school and tends to enjoy writing “slice of life” stories with an element of suspense.

In his spare time, he enjoys reading (favourite authors include Raymond Carver, Ernest Hemingway, Stephen King and Edgar Allen Poe), writing, playing violin, working out, playing tennis and spending time with his wife, Clarice. Above all, Morris thanks God for the grace and blessings He’s bestowed on his life.

Copyright © 2011 by Morris Marshall

Bewildering Stories bibliography

Prose Fiction
The Hobo
Planned Intervention
Word of Mouth
Changing Cocoons
Facing the Bullies
The Banned-Aid Solution
The Turquoise Turtle
Isolated Cases
Liverwurst and Corn Chips
Visiting Hours
Rocky Road
The Power of Not
The Last Stop
Good News First
That Unstable Summer
Warm Voice, Cold Calls
That Burning Question
Food for Thought
Volatility Cycles

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