Firma de ejemplares «Pulgas» de Ricardo Sanz

Cuentos como pulgas, diminutos, escurridizos, punzantes.
Microrrelatos que te van a sorprender, a incordiar, a enternecer.
Minificciones inquietantes y provocadoras.
Textículos (con x) llenos de asombros cotidianos.
Microcuentos que desbaratan y desconciertan.
Nanorrelatos que revelan, desvelan y rebelan.
Narraciones muy breves, contadas en menos de cuarenta palabras.
Historias que tocarán tu fibra sensible y alborotarán tus neuronas indómitas.
Literatura subversiva, perturbadora, incómoda.
Lejos del entretenimiento y la evasión.
Un libro irónico, canalla y loco.
Repleto de verdades. Y es que la verdad también se inventa.
Un magistral ejercicio de síntesis. Porque menos es más.
Ciento ochenta y tres historias cortas para que las disfrutes.

Signature of copies/Firma de ejemplares «Darkness in Málaga»

Paul S Bradley, originally from London, England, has lived in Nerja, Spain since 1992 where he established a marketing agency to help Spanish businesses sharpen their communications to the rapidly growing number of foreign visitors. He’s traveled extensively around the Iberian Peninsula visiting most of the ancient cities and hundreds of wine bodegas. In the early years he published lifestyle and property magazines, guide books and travelogues in English, German and Spanish. More recently, groups of discerning Alumni groups of Americans and Canadians have enjoyed his tour director services. He’s lectured about Living in Spain and bullfighting, and has appeared on local Radio and TV. The Andalusian Mystery Series draws on his own experiences as a voluntary translator in hospitals and police stations. Darkness in Malaga is his debut novel.