BOOK REVIEW: Feast of Friends (D.W. Metz)

Much appreciation to Belinda Hughes for this review of my short story, Feast of Friends. $0.99 for Kindle or you can find it free if you google it… amazon/goodreads reviews are greatly appreciated.

Belinda Y. Hughes: Writing, Editing & Social Media

In the spirits of Misery, Somewhere in Time and What Dreams May Come is the short story Feast of Friends by D.W. Metz. A quick read easily savored over lunch, it follows the journey of the main character from writer’s block through his own horror stories, real and imagined. Metz’s writing style is evocative of respected writers from gentler times gone by. Set mostly in a quiet community of lakeside cabins, Feast of Friends takes some delicious twists and turns along the snowy way. By the story’s end, you’ll be looking around, double-checking your reality.


Katrina set down a breakfast of biscuits and gravy and strong coffee at the table.

“Hope you’re hungry.”

I couldn’t remember the last time I sat for a breakfast. After Helen and Roy died, sitting by myself at the table left me feeling lonesome. I often took my meals standing at the counter or hunched…

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