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Fiction - Short Stories (single author)
 
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By H Smith

This is a collection of metaphorical short stories created from bits of my life.
When you have a negative experience, do you replay it over and over, allowing it to build upon itself, thereby magnifying those negative feelings?
On the other hand, when you have a positive experience, do you replay that over and over, allowing it to build upon itself more and more feelings of joy? Do you find yourself attributing more aspects of good to the experience because of the uplifting feelings it brought to you? Couples who are in love often do this.
In either case, the event is technically over with. Have you let those experiences go, or are you still living within them as if they were happening now? If the experience was negative, did you resolve it, or did you just bury it within the deep recesses of your mind, where it may be awakened from time to time in reaction to life’s continuing experiences? If it was positive, do you keep replaying it over and over as if there will be no more, thereby preventing yourself from creating and enjoying even better ones?
Since the experiences, however you would describe them, have already happened, you can now rewrite the memory, or story, of any of them in a way that allows you to let them go using the information and understanding you have assimilated since then. If negative, you can take the bitter foods of those experiences, the spinach, turnips, and liver, then add spices and sauces of understanding, forgiveness, and love and let them pass out of your consciousness leaving you free to create a buffet of even more tasteful and delicious life experiences!
The metaphorical foods that came my way may not have been ones I would have consciously chosen, yet I have now made them palatable adding value to my life and allowing me to let them go and move on. So can you.
This is a portion of my buffet of stories. What are yours?


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By H Smith

This is a collection of metaphorical short stories created from bits of my life.
When you have a negative experience, do you replay it over and over, allowing it to build upon itself, thereby magnifying those negative feelings?
On the other hand, when you have a positive experience, do you replay that over and over, allowing it to build upon itself more and more feelings of joy? Do you find yourself attributing more aspects of good to the experience because of the uplifting feelings it brought to you? Couples who are in love often do this.
In either case, the event is technically over with. Have you let those experiences go, or are you still living within them as if they were happening now? If the experience was negative, did you resolve it, or did you just bury it within the deep recesses of your mind, where it may be awakened from time to time in reaction to life’s continuing experiences? If it was positive, do you keep replaying it over and over as if there will be no more, thereby preventing yourself from creating and enjoying even better ones?
Since the experiences, however you would describe them, have already happened, you can now rewrite the memory, or story, of any of them in a way that allows you to let them go using the information and understanding you have assimilated since then. If negative, you can take the bitter foods of those experiences, the spinach, turnips, and liver, then add spices and sauces of understanding, forgiveness, and love and let them pass out of your consciousness leaving you free to create a buffet of even more tasteful and delicious life experiences!
The metaphorical foods that came my way may not have been ones I would have consciously chosen, yet I have now made them palatable adding value to my life and allowing me to let them go and move on. So can you.
This is a portion of my buffet of stories. What are yours?


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By Edward David

For those that want a book to uplift their spirits, remember, this book was written to make men laugh and beautiful women smile.


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By Rosa Macfarland
Swana is a young, adventurous little girl who wants a new and exciting game to play with her three companions. However, before she knows it, she is lying to her family and sneaking around with her friends. Swana soon realises though that honesty is always the best policy.
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By Edward David

For those that want a book to uplift their spirits, remember, this book was written to make men laugh and beautiful women smile.


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By Don Keys
First of all the front cover picture of the "Harley" and me was originally used as a "prop" for some CD music that I had made for my sister. She demanded that I make a "tape" as she called it, for my music in exchange for a real large picture that she had painted for me, now hanging on a wall in my living room.
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By Don Keys
First of all the front cover picture of the "Harley" and me was originally used as a "prop" for some CD music that I had made for my sister. She demanded that I make a "tape" as she called it, for my music in exchange for a real large picture that she had painted for me, now hanging on a wall in my living room.
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By Ron Roth
With wit and tenderness, the short story collection What They Thought That Love Should Be explores intimate moments in the lives of men and women as they experience love’s enigmas, contradictions, and consolations. A woman mourning the death of her husband refuses to part with her husband’s remains keeping the urn with his ashes at her side. An art museum curator meets a severely depressed woman and shares with her a new found capacity for affection as they view his museum’s art collections. A terminally ill man pivots between memories of a long past trek through Europe with his wife and their final journey together as he faces death. Written with grace and empathy, the collection’s captivating stories embrace the possibilities of love as well as its limits.
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By Ron Roth
With wit and tenderness, the short story collection What They Thought That Love Should Be explores intimate moments in the lives of men and women as they experience love’s enigmas, contradictions, and consolations. A woman mourning the death of her husband refuses to part with her husband’s remains keeping the urn with his ashes at her side. An art museum curator meets a severely depressed woman and shares with her a new found capacity for affection as they view his museum’s art collections. A terminally ill man pivots between memories of a long past trek through Europe with his wife and their final journey together as he faces death. Written with grace and empathy, the collection’s captivating stories embrace the possibilities of love as well as its limits.
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By Beth L. Davis
Curiosity about my great-grandmother’s name, Margaret Henry Hughes, was the force behind the writing of this book. Searching what few records survived, I was surprised to discover her parents were a Volunteer Union Kentucky Cavalry soldier, Henry Hughes, and the daughter of a farmer in Confederate Georgia, Eliza Anne Tucker. Coming from opposite worlds, they met, fell in love, and married during the Civil War. The Union troops, of which Henry was a part, were occupying Eliza’s small hometown of LaFayette, Georgia, in the summer of 1864. The circumstances that allowed them to meet, fall in love, and marry are fascinating. This story tells how the war brought them together and also how it made their lives very difficult. Their time together was cut short when the Union forces left LaFayette shortly after they married. For months Henry was involved in military action, facing the dangers of the war. They drew strength from the letters they received from each other. After my research, my curiosity was satisfied to find out why their daughter was named Margaret Henry Hughes. At the end of the war in 1865, Henry was involved in a dramatic event that most Americans have never heard about. Henry Hughes was among the thousands of soldiers who served our country during the Civil War. Since that time, many of those soldiers have become nameless, faceless, and forgotten. Like my great-great-grandmother Eliza, it is my hope that Henry Hughes’s service and memory will not be left in the forgotten cobwebs of history.
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By Valeria Jakar
Short, light texts about sex, growing up and ways to survive a male menopause. Recipes to negotiate the postcoital depression, methods of searching for a reason of being in the forty's. A divorce, fainting fits, obsessions, waiting for vengeance and the importance of synanthropic organisms while choosing a partner. The awkwardness of live women and a navigator with a vulnerable soul. An attack in a lift and a girl's honor as a variable value. Love with no point, life with no mercy, passion with no indulgence. Beautiful, laconic prose. No post-modernism, without charm, to be read in queues, planes and in the office.
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By Frankyz
Split personalities, is a three in one pack ( Short Story, Quotes and poems): the book will entertain you, educate you and arouse you, a mirror reflection of yourself or someone else you know. I urge you to read through and I bet you surely did be partially or fully comprehend with your personality as you explore the poems and the quotes. And the epic African story of the 40s is best tell by pure African back-ground as it exposes some African customs and tradition being practice up to date and yet mostly unknown to the globe. So grab a copy for yourself, tell the story and share your undiluted experience.
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By Beth L. Davis
Curiosity about my great-grandmother’s name, Margaret Henry Hughes, was the force behind the writing of this book. Searching what few records survived, I was surprised to discover her parents were a Volunteer Union Kentucky Cavalry soldier, Henry Hughes, and the daughter of a farmer in Confederate Georgia, Eliza Anne Tucker. Coming from opposite worlds, they met, fell in love, and married during the Civil War. The Union troops, of which Henry was a part, were occupying Eliza’s small hometown of LaFayette, Georgia, in the summer of 1864. The circumstances that allowed them to meet, fall in love, and marry are fascinating. This story tells how the war brought them together and also how it made their lives very difficult. Their time together was cut short when the Union forces left LaFayette shortly after they married. For months Henry was involved in military action, facing the dangers of the war. They drew strength from the letters they received from each other. After my research, my curiosity was satisfied to find out why their daughter was named Margaret Henry Hughes. At the end of the war in 1865, Henry was involved in a dramatic event that most Americans have never heard about. Henry Hughes was among the thousands of soldiers who served our country during the Civil War. Since that time, many of those soldiers have become nameless, faceless, and forgotten. Like my great-great-grandmother Eliza, it is my hope that Henry Hughes’s service and memory will not be left in the forgotten cobwebs of history.
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By Westley Willow

This is a story of a man’s journey, searching for the answers to his sons’ questions. As the man learns the truth—how one person was able to do an unspeakable thing to make herself feel better on the pain and humiliation of an innocent man—he is haunted in his dreams by his past. The only way he can find peace is for the people that caused the pain and humiliation to reveal the truth and answer his sons’ questions. The consequences of that decision ends in reality.


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By Frankyz
Split personalities, is a three in one pack ( Short Story, Quotes and poems): the book will entertain you, educate you and arouse you, a mirror reflection of yourself or someone else you know. I urge you to read through and I bet you surely did be partially or fully comprehend with your personality as you explore the poems and the quotes. And the epic African story of the 40s is best tell by pure African back-ground as it exposes some African customs and tradition being practice up to date and yet mostly unknown to the globe. So grab a copy for yourself, tell the story and share your undiluted experience.
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