Shelfari edited the description of Maureen goes to Venice Thursday, January 17, 2013.
Voted one of the Top 3 Best Short Stories in The Best Indie Books of 2012 Awards. If Maureen were real, I would advise you to avoid her like the plague. She somehow attracts disaster and farce in equal measure wherever she goes. As she is fictional though, it should be safe enough for you to encounter her from behind your Kindle. Maureen had a disastrous trip to a modern art exhibition in ECLECTIC: Ten Very Different Tales . Well, now she's back in her own feature-length adventure! The book will give you plenty of laughs and a taste of Italy, so join hapless Maureen on her Venetian break and just be glad you're not there with her! A comic story of ~13,500 words. Selected as a RECOMMENDED READ on the Goodreads UK Amazon Kindle Forum. FIVE STARS: "Jonathan Hill, you've created a monster! She's atrocious and I want to read more!" (Amazon reviewer) FIVE STARS: "Enjoyable...funny...the character Maureen I just loved." (Amazon reviewer) FIVE STARS: "Fabulous!" (Amazon reviewer) FOUR STARS: "Maureen is a fantastic character." (Amazon reviewer) FIVE STARS: " A super little book, well-written and a great character in Maureen." (Goodreads reviewer) FOUR STARS: "This is not only a very amusing story, it also properly establishes Maureen as one of those fictional characters who you feel could carry an entire series." (Amazon reviewer) FIVE STARS: "I wish I knew someone like her in real life" (Amazon reviewer) FOUR STARS: "Kept me turning the page" (Amazon reviewer) FIVE STARS: "A very funny tour around Venice with Maureen." (Amazon reviewer)