Michael Czyzniejewski aptly picks up on Hadley Moore’s mix of humor and tragedy in his close review of Not Dead Yet and Other Stories by Hadley Moore. Here’s a small excerpt:
So, a nine-year-old boy, a retired biology professor, a mentally unstable older lady and her young suitor, and an elderly black man. None of these profiles describe—physically, anyway—Hadley Moore. What I’m saying is, Moore has the chops to write outside herself, to investigate different characters, different storylines, even different lengths and styles. I enjoyed Not Dead Yet for this reason, each story unique, and each story well crafted and engaging.
Read the full review here. Thank you to Michael for the feature in Story366!