Author: M. J. Mandoki
Genres: Action/Adventure, Crime Thriller, Philosophical and Supernatural Fiction
Keywords: curse, superstition, bikers, action, crime, deception, epistemic questions
Real Life Choices (Collection of Shorter Stories)
Author: M. J. Mandoki
Genre: Psychological/Supernatural Fiction, Philosophical
1. “The Meeting”. Keywords: explosion, strange meeting, trial, mystery, finding peace
2. “The Angel’s Share”. Keywords: run-away teenager, violent parent, saviour, angel
3. “Calling For Help”. Keywords: medical emergency, mystery, help
4. “My Chosen Path”. Keywords: gangsters, security, crime, deception
5. “Magical World”. Keywords: video games, action, puzzlement, heros, legends, crystals, mystery
6. “The Hermit’s Journal”. Keywords: isolation, vision, mysticism, ghost, psychological struggle
7. “Lucidity”. Keywords: obscurity, confusion, mystery, mythology, impediment, circularity
8. “On the Road of Destiny”. Keywords: motorcycle breakdown, friendly help, freedom
Other print publications:
Mandoki, M. J. “The Dance of the Fairies,” in McCallum R. (ed.). Shoreline. Maple Ridge, Polar Expressions Publishing, 2016. (Click on title of the book for publishing site.)
“The Dance of the Fairies,” is a short story about a woman who, in the moment of distress, has a vision of fairies dancing.
Mandoki, M. J. “The Old Willow’s Plea,” in McCallum R. (ed.). Overture. Maple Ridge, Polar Expressions Publishing, 2016. (Click on title of the book for publishing site.)
“The Old Willow’s Plea” is a poem about an old willow who is turning to the Divine Source of the universe for help.
“Just Business” in McCallum R. (ed.). Wherever We Roam, Maple Ridge: Polar Expressions Publishing, 2015. (Click on title of the book for publishing site.)
“Just Business” is a short story about a potential drug dealer’s dilemma.
Mandoki, M. J. “Hungarian Belief in Fairies.” Witchvox: Adult Pagan Essay Series, 2016
The Art of Revenge (Novel)
Genre: Action/Adventure, Crime Thriller, Psychological, Philosophical
Summary: Georgia discovers that her husband is cheating on her, despite the fact that Maurice made a promise to stay faithful to her when he asked her to marry him. The proud woman decides to take revenge, punishing both her husband and his mistress; although, she focuses mainly on making the mistress pay for getting involved with her husband. She comes up with a genius plan that would make anyone be frightened of her incredible talent of being able to cleverly and skillfully take revenge. At the same time, the moral question of and mysterious signs about wrongdoing are ever present.