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By Jim Farrell

Phil discovers that Kate, the voice in his Garmin GPS, is a lot more than a disembodied voice. She’s in trouble, and she needs his help!

When a couple arrives from cold Rhode Island to their rented condo in Florida, all they can think about is warm temperatures and sunshine. But then the husband walks into a moral dilemma that almost ruins his week in the sun.

Betsy decides to memorialize her deceased parents….in a most unusual way.

Young, innocent Cheryl shocks her mother by opening the conversation at the family’s Sunday dinner with “I almost got involved in a bar fight yesterday.”

Larry Hawkins is a widower, MIT physics professor, and believer in time travel who is anxious to test his inventions and fulfill every old man’s fantasy.

Roberto Villarreal has no idea a life-changing adventure is about to begin when he picks up a stranger and his granddaughter at a rest stop in Mexico.

Mark Tuttle and Sandy Roberts wonder if you can love all your children equally and yet love one more than the others. In the process they discover that Love is infinite.

Kiss Me, Kate and Other Stories
is a collection of short tales set in a variety of locations and illustrating the depth of the human spirit, the importance of laughter, and the miracle of love.


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By Jim Farrell

Phil discovers that Kate, the voice in his Garmin GPS, is a lot more than a disembodied voice. She’s in trouble, and she needs his help!

When a couple arrives from cold Rhode Island to their rented condo in Florida, all they can think about is warm temperatures and sunshine. But then the husband walks into a moral dilemma that almost ruins his week in the sun.

Betsy decides to memorialize her deceased parents….in a most unusual way.

Young, innocent Cheryl shocks her mother by opening the conversation at the family’s Sunday dinner with “I almost got involved in a bar fight yesterday.”

Larry Hawkins is a widower, MIT physics professor, and believer in time travel who is anxious to test his inventions and fulfill every old man’s fantasy.

Roberto Villarreal has no idea a life-changing adventure is about to begin when he picks up a stranger and his granddaughter at a rest stop in Mexico.

Mark Tuttle and Sandy Roberts wonder if you can love all your children equally and yet love one more than the others. In the process they discover that Love is infinite.

Kiss Me, Kate and Other Stories
is a collection of short tales set in a variety of locations and illustrating the depth of the human spirit, the importance of laughter, and the miracle of love.


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By Martha B. Wood

OUT OF MY MIND is a delightful, eclectic collection of engaging narratives by author Martha Wood. These were developed as the author’s mind was, as she puts it, “Set free to play.”

Written in short story style, some of the anecdotes are amusing, as in Funny Names, or Things I Always Wanted to Do, But Thank God I Haven’t; some serious like It Shouldn’t Hurt…, or The N Word; some fictional such as Elizabeth, the Queen, or Treasures from the Attic; some poignant as in No One Ever Says, “Hi,” or Where Sorrow and Gladness Meet; while yet others are instructive like Dealing with the Odor, and Until We Eat Again. For a little mystery, there is The Gunslinger, and Congratulations on a Dedicated Life. All, though, give voice to thoughts set free and permitted expression.


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By Martha B. Wood

OUT OF MY MIND is a delightful, eclectic collection of engaging narratives by author Martha Wood. These were developed as the author’s mind was, as she puts it, “Set free to play.”

Written in short story style, some of the anecdotes are amusing, as in Funny Names, or Things I Always Wanted to Do, But Thank God I Haven’t; some serious like It Shouldn’t Hurt…, or The N Word; some fictional such as Elizabeth, the Queen, or Treasures from the Attic; some poignant as in No One Ever Says, “Hi,” or Where Sorrow and Gladness Meet; while yet others are instructive like Dealing with the Odor, and Until We Eat Again. For a little mystery, there is The Gunslinger, and Congratulations on a Dedicated Life. All, though, give voice to thoughts set free and permitted expression.


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By Charles E. Jones

This collection of stories focuses on relating to life experiences and social customs as seen at different times in history.

Steeped in, and set in, the history of the past two centuries, Timeless Stories of the Not-So-Modern World presents a collection of stories focusing on life experiences and social customs during various eras.

Author Charles E. Jones offers narratives featuring strong, determined characters who challenge the rigors of life. From adventure to romance, mystery, and suspense to industrial fiction, the stories encompass a range of times, places, and quandaries.

In “The Pony Express Rider,” Donny Wells escapes the orphanage in 1860 only to face a terrifying near-death encounter on the plains. In the story “Men and the Sea,” a convoy of ships on a mission to Europe in 1942 takes on a gamble of huge proportions. “Somewhere in Time” tells about a young couple who asks a priest to marry them, but he refuses.

Thought-provoking and stimulating, the tales in Timeless Stories of the Not-So-Modern World each teach a lesson through the decisions of the characters and examine how eras past relate to the world today.


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By D'Artagnan Bloodhawke
A collection of stories, from the profound to the preposterous, inspired by a collection of curious characters, from the innate to the bizarre, and how each lives out the moments in their lives.
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By Charles E. Jones

This collection of stories focuses on relating to life experiences and social customs as seen at different times in history.

Steeped in, and set in, the history of the past two centuries, Timeless Stories of the Not-So-Modern World presents a collection of stories focusing on life experiences and social customs during various eras.

Author Charles E. Jones offers narratives featuring strong, determined characters who challenge the rigors of life. From adventure to romance, mystery, and suspense to industrial fiction, the stories encompass a range of times, places, and quandaries.

In “The Pony Express Rider,” Donny Wells escapes the orphanage in 1860 only to face a terrifying near-death encounter on the plains. In the story “Men and the Sea,” a convoy of ships on a mission to Europe in 1942 takes on a gamble of huge proportions. “Somewhere in Time” tells about a young couple who asks a priest to marry them, but he refuses.

Thought-provoking and stimulating, the tales in Timeless Stories of the Not-So-Modern World each teach a lesson through the decisions of the characters and examine how eras past relate to the world today.


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By Charles E. Jones

This collection of stories focuses on relating to life experiences and social customs as seen at different times in history.

Steeped in, and set in, the history of the past two centuries, Timeless Stories of the Not-So-Modern World presents a collection of stories focusing on life experiences and social customs during various eras.

Author Charles E. Jones offers narratives featuring strong, determined characters who challenge the rigors of life. From adventure to romance, mystery, and suspense to industrial fiction, the stories encompass a range of times, places, and quandaries.

In “The Pony Express Rider,” Donny Wells escapes the orphanage in 1860 only to face a terrifying near-death encounter on the plains. In the story “Men and the Sea,” a convoy of ships on a mission to Europe in 1942 takes on a gamble of huge proportions. “Somewhere in Time” tells about a young couple who asks a priest to marry them, but he refuses.

Thought-provoking and stimulating, the tales in Timeless Stories of the Not-So-Modern World each teach a lesson through the decisions of the characters and examine how eras past relate to the world today.


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By D'Artagnan Bloodhawke
A collection of stories, from the profound to the preposterous, inspired by a collection of curious characters, from the innate to the bizarre, and how each lives out the moments in their lives.
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By George B. Stanford

Still reeling from the aftereffects of the accident that killed his wife and young son years ago in the spring of 1946, David Atherton is heading toward Miami— the first trip in his sporty, almost-new Cougar. He hopes the end of the journey will provide the release he’s been looking for since the tragedy.

After drinking a cup of coffee and eating a chicken sandwich along the route, Atherton returns to his car and begins driving south when he realizes he is not alone. He has acquired a passenger who is pointing what looks like a .45-caliber automatic pistol at the back of Atherton’s head. For all Atherton knows, the passenger could be a desperate serial killer running from the FBI, and Atherton could be experiencing the last few hours of his life.

Based on a true story, author George B. Stanford shares a partly true tale that, with its fast-moving narrative and unexpected twists, evokes memories of O. Henry’s short stories. But Into the Night does more than surprise. At first, it shocks, and then it offers reassurances that even under extraordinary and terrible circumstances, a person can endure and sometimes, in the end, find a long-elusive peace.


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By George B. Stanford

Still reeling from the aftereffects of the accident that killed his wife and young son years ago in the spring of 1946, David Atherton is heading toward Miami— the first trip in his sporty, almost-new Cougar. He hopes the end of the journey will provide the release he’s been looking for since the tragedy.

After drinking a cup of coffee and eating a chicken sandwich along the route, Atherton returns to his car and begins driving south when he realizes he is not alone. He has acquired a passenger who is pointing what looks like a .45-caliber automatic pistol at the back of Atherton’s head. For all Atherton knows, the passenger could be a desperate serial killer running from the FBI, and Atherton could be experiencing the last few hours of his life.

Based on a true story, author George B. Stanford shares a partly true tale that, with its fast-moving narrative and unexpected twists, evokes memories of O. Henry’s short stories. But Into the Night does more than surprise. At first, it shocks, and then it offers reassurances that even under extraordinary and terrible circumstances, a person can endure and sometimes, in the end, find a long-elusive peace.


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By George B. Stanford

Still reeling from the aftereffects of the accident that killed his wife and young son years ago in the spring of 1946, David Atherton is heading toward Miami— the first trip in his sporty, almost-new Cougar. He hopes the end of the journey will provide the release he’s been looking for since the tragedy.

After drinking a cup of coffee and eating a chicken sandwich along the route, Atherton returns to his car and begins driving south when he realizes he is not alone. He has acquired a passenger who is pointing what looks like a .45-caliber automatic pistol at the back of Atherton’s head. For all Atherton knows, the passenger could be a desperate serial killer running from the FBI, and Atherton could be experiencing the last few hours of his life.

Based on a true story, author George B. Stanford shares a partly true tale that, with its fast-moving narrative and unexpected twists, evokes memories of O. Henry’s short stories. But Into the Night does more than surprise. At first, it shocks, and then it offers reassurances that even under extraordinary and terrible circumstances, a person can endure and sometimes, in the end, find a long-elusive peace.


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By Saylor D Smith
“A Little Catch” begins with a short instructional section on the art of writing the short story, then includes nine original stories by the author. Mike, the main character in “A Little Catch,” is a teenage boy focused on perfecting his skills in baseball. Living above a railroad depot with his family, Mike befriends a traveling hobo who encourages him in his drive for baseball excellence. In “The Long Slide,” Don battles demons in his own family with a midnight trip back to his hometown. There, he revisits the site of many of his middle school and high school escapades, the long fire escape slide that falls from the building’s third floor to the ground at the rear of the school. A failed, garrulous gold miner leads a boy and his father on an attempted lifesaving mission through a heavy blizzard in “Ol’ Ben.” Fighting for their lives, the boy and two men struggle against a storm that was to become known as the “Blizzard of ’14.” These and five other stories, plus a true-life scene, make up the collection, tales mostly of middle Americans facing small issues of “quiet desperation.”
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By Tina E. Pope

Joanna Miller, also known as Joe, lives in Oak Steel, a town where people disappear. If anyone dares question the truth, they are killed—just like her friend, Ms. Annabelle. Despite those who try to stop her, Joe is determined to reveal the true, untold mysteries of Oak Steel.

Author Tina Pope shares a collection of short stories based on a variety of cold cases and offering a glimpse inside the criminal mind, as well as the triggers that ultimately cause someone to snap and end a life in cold blood. From the woman who catches her husband cheating and is determined to keep it a secret to the woman who awakens chained to a bed and must determine where she is before someone dies, these stories take you on a dark journey through one violent crime after the other, as the residents of a town slowly become victims of a psychopathic mind at work.

Strange Fruit Stories share a compelling look inside a young girl’s valiant struggle to understand the world around her as time ticks away in a vicious battle between good and evil.


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By Saylor D Smith
“A Little Catch” begins with a short instructional section on the art of writing the short story, then includes nine original stories by the author. Mike, the main character in “A Little Catch,” is a teenage boy focused on perfecting his skills in baseball. Living above a railroad depot with his family, Mike befriends a traveling hobo who encourages him in his drive for baseball excellence. In “The Long Slide,” Don battles demons in his own family with a midnight trip back to his hometown. There, he revisits the site of many of his middle school and high school escapades, the long fire escape slide that falls from the building’s third floor to the ground at the rear of the school. A failed, garrulous gold miner leads a boy and his father on an attempted lifesaving mission through a heavy blizzard in “Ol’ Ben.” Fighting for their lives, the boy and two men struggle against a storm that was to become known as the “Blizzard of ’14.” These and five other stories, plus a true-life scene, make up the collection, tales mostly of middle Americans facing small issues of “quiet desperation.”
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