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The Long and Short of It
Tapestry of Tales


Early in 2022 while cleaning up his desktop computer Ted Fink rediscovered eleven hundred pages of stories, screenplays, poems and songs he had written between 1984 and 2010.

"I got so caught up in writing my five novels, I had almost forgotten about them. It was like digging up and rediscovering a piece of my past"


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Descent into Darkness:
A Fight Against Terror


Was it luck or fate that led Adrian Moss to the evil that could destroy America?

Descent into Darkness is the latest novel of master storyteller, Ted Fink.

Embittered by the murder of his best friend, Adrian Moss is now in the business of locating unsavory characters.

An enraged and humiliated father hires him to find the person responsible for duping his daughter into making a pornographic film, and without her knowledge, blasting it across social media where her friends and family find it.

As Moss searches for the perpetrator, he finds himself smack in the underbelly of a white nationalist organization plotting to create chaos and build an army of hate groups.

He learns that these groups have one thing in common --- they want to destroy democracy and they don’t care how they do it or who they hurt in the process.

It seems that everything in Moss's life has led him on a path he is forced to follow.
He is an American, he loves his country.
But what can he do? What resources does he have? How can he help?

Take a rollercoaster ride into chaos.
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Pebbles in the Fire


Pebbles in the Fire, Ted Fink’s furth mesmerizing novel, takes place in Nicaragua and is a story of hope. It revolves around a young boy who was sold into servitude at the age of 5, a poor farmer who desperately wants to have his three year old son's cleft palate repaired, and a young American girl taken in by a band of rebels after her parents were killed by federal forces. Together they begin a courageous and perilous journey to reach Managua before the surgeons from Operation Smile leave the country.

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The Incident at Parkside

In Ted Fink’s third novel, The Incident at Parkside, seventy-seven year-old Melvin Kappernick does something unexpected; instead of retiring to a gated-community in Florida, he moves back to the neighborhood of his youth in an attempt to recapture some of the mystery and magic he knew as a boy. But the area has completely changed, and Kappernick finds himself embroiled in a drama that turns violent. Poignant and gripping you won’t be able to put this book down.

Game of the Gods


An action-packed adventure novel about a journey into “maybe.” For maybe, just maybe, we are all mere pawns in a game being played by the gods. Harrison Shepard wants a quick and easy story. Instead, he gets the adventure of a lifetime. Maybe it’s the gods who make this down-on-his-luck investigative reporter follow a ridiculous, nagging clue to a blockbuster story. And maybe, just maybe, it’s these same gods who cause a sadistic mafia henchman to snap, kill an associate, kidnap and brutalize a young woman that fate puts in his way. And who else could make a seasoned sailor travel clear across the country to find a monstrosity of a ship—one certainly bound for hell—built by a man who believes not in faith but in the corner bar? Game of the Gods puts all these people together for one hell of a ride.

In Search of Joel Gomez

A riveting adventure and love story that begins when thirty-five-year old Mickey Mazen, a Philadelphia writer and father-to be, finds himself at a crossroads. His last business venture has failed and his wife is about to deliver their first child. Reluctantly, he puts his dreams on hold and enters the lucrative but grueling enterprise of buying and exporting an unusual product: The American eel. Mazen finds himself on a perpetual road trip, from the remote fishing villages of Nova Scotia, to the rivers of North Carolina, and ultimately deep into the jungles of the Dominican Republic. Soon, Mazen’s social and artistic life begins to disintegrate, and he is in a constant battle to keep his business alive. As the competition encroaches on his fishermen, greed, deception, and crime rear their ugly heads. It’s an arduous journey, but what he discovers in the end, is much deadlier than anything he could have imagined and he is forced to make a choice that will change his life forever.

The Tales I've Told

The Tales I’ve Told is a compelling collection of original stories told by world-class story artist, Ted Fink, who takes us through many journeys—true adventures—from fighting in the back streets of Philadelphia to drinking and singing with a chieftain in a remote fishing village of the Dominican Republic. These stories have been tested and honed in performances at theaters, festivals, and cafes, and they vary in texture and pace. By purchasing the e-book, you’ll be able to hear ten of the stories told by Fink himself, or watch three that have been made into videos, and you’ll come to understand how the author has interpreted his own tales! Read the story! Hear the story! See the story! The Tales I’ve Told is unlike any other collection of short stories you’ve ever read. They’re sure to make you laugh, gasp, or cry. But most of all, they’ll make you glad you’ve visited the wonderful storytelling world of Ted Fink. 

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