Suggested Reading

May, 2020

Each month 10 stories are selected for your reading pleasure.


The Place Of Honeymoons is a story set in Paris where romance is intertwined with woman rivalry, abduction, false accusation, and reconciliation. The story was made into a film in 1920. Some pictures (Read)
The Firing Line is a romance story about loveless marriage, tragedy, and a new dilemma. Some beautiful pictures. (Read)
The Cave by the Beech Fork is an adventure story of two teenage boys who stumble across a cave filled with secrets. Two pictures only. (Read)
The Mark of the Knife The Mark of the Knife by Clayton H. Ernst is a mystery story about a Teeny-Bits boy becoming a football star to find his strange connection to China. Some pictures. (Read)
The Vulture Maiden is a story about a rich, beautiful, and vulture-fighting girl finding love. No picture (Read)


The Adventures of Puss in Boots, Jr. is a story about the adventure of the cat Puss Junior. Many pictures. (Read)
The Cruise of the Noah's Ark is a children story about the little Marjorie aboard the mysterious Noah's Ark to see the brave elephant, firefighter whale, and many other wonderful things. Many pictures. (Read)
Light On the Child's Path is a Christian story to teach children about God, His creation, Jesus, and what we must do. Many pictures. (Read)
Candle and Crib is a beautiful story about an old couple feeling sad about their son not coming home on Christmas Eve. Some colorful pictures. (Read)
An Elegy On The Death Of A Mad Dog is a poem for children about a kind man and his mad dog. Many beautiful pictures. (Read)


In 2010, I came across Project Gutenberg where you can find thousands of interesting stories to read free of charge. So, I decided to help by selecting some of the stories and formatting them for easy reading on mobile phones and tablets: one set of images for phones and one set for tablets.

On February 8, 2011, I published the first story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Since then, I have created hundreds of stories.

The title image is courtesy of

Thank you for your visit.

K. C. Lee
Story Collector
Email: read at Coreile dot com