True colors: and other short stories

True colors and other short stories In this short story collection Michelle Davidson Argyle shares sixteen of her literary pieces written during In the title story True Colors the main character fights her vibrant personali

  • Title: True colors: and other short stories
  • Author: Michelle D. Argyle
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  • Page: 265
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In this short story collection, Michelle Davidson Argyle shares sixteen of her literary pieces written during 1999 2011 In the title story, True Colors, the main character fights her vibrant personality against the true darkness lurking within her The story builds until a row of six dead birds stop her in her tracks In the opening story, Thread, also published inIn this short story collection, Michelle Davidson Argyle shares sixteen of her literary pieces written during 1999 2011 In the title story, True Colors, the main character fights her vibrant personality against the true darkness lurking within her The story builds until a row of six dead birds stop her in her tracks In the opening story, Thread, also published in the 2011 collection, Stories for Sendai , a married couple s reaction to the Sendai earthquake and tsunami on March 11th, 2011 reveals their own earth shattering issues and what must be done to solve them The lizard on the cover represents the story, The Threshold, about a young boy with an intense physical attraction to a girl he s not supposed to touch True Colors is a collection of quiet stories exploring the hidden, but often overlooked colors we try to hide every day Sometimes they shouldn t be hidden at all Also included are several poems and one prose poem picked as the staff choice award in New Mexico s Literary journal, Scribendi 2002.

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      Michelle lives and writes in Utah, surrounded by the Rocky Mountains Michelle mainly writes contemporary fiction, but occasionally branches into other genres.



    124 thoughts on “True colors: and other short stories

    • 'Colors have a way of fascinating, whether wrapped in paper and stuffed in a box, or pushing fistfuls through topsoil, screaming, "I am here at last!"'The above qoute, from 'Clover' on page 89, summarizes this collection of literary short stories (with the occasional poem) perfectly. Colors, secrets, symbolism, imagery, love lost and gained, natureeach of these play a considerably large role in the sixteen stories within. When I think of these stories, I can't help but compare them to snapshots. [...]


    • As a former private chef, I would use food to create my art. Pairing flavor with texture, color and aroma, my canvas was a testimony to my love of gastronomic delight. Michelle Davidson Argylle’s TRUE COLORS Anthology borrows from my kitchen. Her mastery of the English language is like indulging in the finest seven-course meal. The subtle word play, combined with deliberate description, made me long for a nice glass of wine to accompany every page. Every story adds a new flavor, a new dimensio [...]


    • I tend to prefer a sparse writing style when it comes to short fiction, and this collection is quite the opposite. Still, I enjoyed the lush, poetic prose, vivid imagery and—above all—the nonlinearity. Reading these stories was like savoring a fine Merlot, one that’s full-bodied with an extra buttery flavor. They’re meant to be sipped, to linger on the tongue. Argyle manages to say a lot in these very short stories—many of them are flash fiction. I didn’t appreciate the short poems q [...]


    • When I decided to embark on the 52 Books in 52 weeks challenge, I had a hard time picking which book would be first. I've got a bunch of books by indie authors waiting to be read. I finally decided to start with True Colors.This isn't your typical short story book for the most part. Many of them read more like poetry and stream-of-consciousness, not what I was expecting. Still it was enjoyable and Michelle's descriptions are great, filled with colorful and poetic imagery that draws you in.Here a [...]


    • True Colors by Michelle Davidson Argyle is a stunning collection of literary short stories and poems self-published by the author.I found the imagery to be absolutely stark, the language fluid and convoluted in a beautiful way, and the stories natural and inviting in their life-like portrayal. Michelle brings the reader directly into the stories with colors and emotions and dialogue.The symbolic meanings behind a lot of her metaphors are clear but strong. Water is a constant among her stories, a [...]


    • I've now updated my list of my MOST favourite lines of ALL time from this book: "this world would be much better in black and white with just the sound of your blue eyes to hit a chord inside my violin body." I'm breathless.This book is my absolute cup of tea. In fact, my tea cup is overflowing with enthusiasm for these gorgeous and evocative pieces of ART. Yes. ART. I don't think you can just call this book literature. I think it deserves to be framed and displayed for all to see.


    • True Colors is a thought-provoking collection that you can't just inhale like a #2 from the golden arches (not that there isn't a time and place for such devourable snacks). Like everything else I've read from Michelle Davidson Argyle, True Colors is a read with profound ideas and layers of meaning bubbling beneath the surface that will leave you pondering on the state of humanity long after you read the last line.


    • This is a wonderful collection of short stories, each with a unique theme. There will be a story in this book that really hits you. There are also poems in her book, but because I'm not really a poetry person, I didn't enjoy them as much as the stories. My favorite story is Clover.


    • Michelle is a literary, flowery writer. Sometimes her similes don't work however, and the reader gets the impression that she's trying too hard. I enjoyed her short stories, however, and will also read some of her novels in the future


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