Light and Tender Blue
and Other Stories from the Sixties
By Paul David Robinson
Light and Tender Blue and Other Stories from the Sixties is a collection of fourteen short stories or novelettes written between 1960 and 1964. One or more can be labeled: Science fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Romance, Race Relations, or Satire. They were written while the author was in high school and college in the sixties. They have never been published before. They are in the order for the best read. However, you can read them in any order that you choose. I hope you will enjoy reading them.
MEET THE Author
Paul David Robinson
Paul David Robinson wrote his first stories about the characters in Winnie the Pooh, at the age of eight years old. Paul had beautiful handwriting until his family moved back to the US and went to public school and had to change to a slant. Paul would sometimes write for twenty-four hours at a time or until the story was finished. Almost everything Paul wrote was stream of consciousness. Some stories ended before he finished them because he ran out of study halls or was too tired to write anymore. Most of Paul’s stories came from dreams he wrote down. Sometimes he was inspired by something he read or something someone said or people he observed.
In the meantime, read a book. Love one another. Change the world for the better. Make a difference with your life. Don’t be a problem. Be part of the solution for all life. Not just human life.
– PAUL DAVID ROBINSON
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