If you enjoy twisted short stories, then this book is for you! Twisted Sick includes 33 short stories that will drag, squeeze, and twist your mind. Don’t believe me? Take the plunge. Stories include:
The Lie Detector
The Hooded Man
The Dream Creatures
Shades of Tomorrow
The Elevator Guy
A Tough Interview
The Thin Man
The Toaster Catastrophe
My Biggest Zit
OCD&Me, OCD & Me
The Refrigerator Man
The Good Line
This collection of short stories from Tyler Nals, Twisted Sick is a unique addition to the short story tradition of Lorrie Moore, Lydia Davis, Ray Bradbury, and O. Henry.
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“Hear This!” That’s what my son used to say when he wanted to tell us something important, such as wanting to eat a cookie.
My books have been selling consistently for a few years now. I’m far from the greatest writer, but this might mean I don’t suck. This is great news (even though some people still tell me I suck).
It’s great news because it means that you might have found an author you enjoy. If that’s the case, then you might want to read through every single one of my books (poker, short stories, urban thrillers) to tell me which one you liked the best. Shoot … you could even rank them in order and send me a numbered list on Facebook (Tyler Nals). Nobody has ever accomplished this feat. Despite a consistent and growing fan base, you could be the first!
How was that for a sales pitch? Not bad, eh? Hated it? Hey, writers aren’t great salespeople. Otherwise, we’d be rich. Contrary to what most people think, 99% of us are not rich. Most of us are just escapists, writing to get away from our failures and inadequacies in life. Hopefully, I didn’t just drop a well-kept industry secret. Okay, I’ll get on with it.
I primarily write about poker, but I also have a passion for psychological thrillers. If you choose to read one of my poker books, great. I hope you enjoy. Poker Notes, Poker Blog, and The Perfect Range have received positive reviews, especially from beginner and intermediate players who have turned their games around.
If you want to read unique fiction, strongly consider Twisted Sick. If you enjoy it, follow it up with Mindful of Tricks. If you want to read a fast-paced urban thriller, check out Cove Valley. And if you want a mix between poker and excitement, consider The Dark Side of the Felt or The Poker Office. The Dark Side of the Felt is much more popular, but The Poker Office is a better read. Don’t be turned off by the limited reviews for The Poker Office because I haven’t promoted that book.
Whatever you choose to read, thanks for reading!
Feel free to send me a friend request on Facebook (Tyler Nals). I will likely accept. I’m just a regular guy who enjoys getting to know people.
The Big Shove
Felt Hopper: Vegas Strip