Tell Me a Story

My book from 2016 has it all – humor, drama, excitement, romance, adventure… would you like me to tell you a story?

This short story collection/novel is garnering fantastic reviews!

  • “Tell Me a Story” is a highly entertaining collection of wonderfully quirky short stories. The anthology is quite addictive… the first eight stories had me frequently giggling or sitting back admiring the author’s ability to create unusual plot twists. Pearson has a real knack for making characters come alive – and putting them in strange but believable situations. Ray Walsh for Lansing State Journal – Read full review here.

Tell Me a Story Book on Table

  • Kudos to Randy Pearson for his fine collection of works in Tell Me A Story.  Sometimes wonderfully funny, sometimes sad, sometimes a little bit scary, Pearson’s voice shines in each story offering.  A book to savor.  — Author Judith Wade
  • I just finished reading Tell Me a Story… WOW!!! Impressive! I thoroughly enjoyed the book!  Kept telling myself one more story and I will stop reading for the night but that didn’t happen.  I wanted to keep reading!!  Great job! — Proof reader P. Bollier
  • I greatly enjoyed this delightful collection of short stories. Every story was interesting and offered something different–sometimes sweetness, silliness, maybe some scares or laughs. It was a fun little surprise to see what I was going to read next. — Amazon Customer

Tell Me a Story is available on Amazon and at book stores everywhere. For a list of confirmed retail locations in the Mid-Michigan area, click here.

To purchase a signed and personalized copy directly from the author, click here.

Did you know books can have trailers like movies? Well, they can, and here’s Tell Me a Story’s trailer!

Full cover of my short story collection - Tell Me a Story

Full cover of my short story collection – Tell Me a Story

Experiencing Common Ground

Experiencing Common Ground (2010)
(c) 2015 By Randy D Pearson

With a corn dog in my hand and music in the air, a smile overtakes my face as I stand looking out at the Sand Bar. From my perch on top of the large, concrete bowl, I can see the band members’ legs and feet. But due to the tarp keeping the sun from beating down on their heads, I can see nothing above their torso. It hardly matters, since I don’t know the name of the band and wouldn’t know their faces if I could actually see them. All I know is, it’s a hot, glorious day here at Common Ground, I have a plastic cup filled with Newcastle Ale in my right hand, a thick, tasty corn dog in my left… oh, and my phone is ringing. Read more

Wingman Blues

Wingman Blues
(c) 2015 By Randy D Pearson

As read at Fiction 440 on 4/28/2015 – the words to use were stiletto, lust, and taxidermy

“C’mon,” said Victor. “Ya gotta come with me! I can’t go without my wingman!”

Octavio sighed. For one thing, Victor never needed a wingman. He’d score regardless. But the bigger issue for Octavio was his own psyche. It’d only been three weeks since Cassie left him. He had no interest in standing around with a bunch of drunk people, pretending to be okay. Read more