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The Pear Tree S. J. Qualls
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$8.08
Size: 4.25" x 6.87"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This is about an old lady waiting to die and her mind seems to be playing tricks on her - she thinks. Mostly left at home on her own with just her two dogs and a cat to talk to, she struggles through the last two weeks of her life. She is sure that there is someone causing trouble for her. The sheriff is called and they blow her off as a loony old lady. Bloody things happen on a day when she makes herself go to town. She comes home to questions. This story is absolutely not for children. Though a short 22K work, it is one you will not soon forget.
The Storyteller's Dusty Trunk S. J. Qualls
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$10.21
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
86K+ words. Six original works of fiction. Adult content, language and sexual suggestion. Melody and Love - romance about a woman who can’t spot love when it’s in front of her. Kate - Recently divorced, gets herself in trouble by association and maybe finds a new love. The Other Woman - When other women ruin her marriage, she finds herself in their place. The Wild Gallegan Boys - A teen tells her story about learning the difference between love and hormones. Can I Sleep With You Tonight? - Divorced by her philandering husband, nearing middle-age, Michele tries to "fix" the man of her dreams. The Caretaker - A novella, young girl inherits a creepy old house that contains more than c ...
The Storyteller's Dusty Trunk II S. J. Qualls
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$7.50
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This volume consists of a dozen different short stories. The assortment begins with remembering a glimpse of the past in My Sailor. It is a short, yet bittersweet memory. Then you can join a man in Walk in the Woods as he tramps through the woods to see his love. The stories slowly get longer, the further into the book. I will admit there are a lot of different types of characters. Painted Lady and The Visitors were a bit of fun. I wish I could have continued with Pony, a cute story from long ago. Only the names were real people. A Ghost in the Kitchen would be handy. I wrote a bit of a twist where you can add your own expletives as you read in Bleep. A husband solves the problem of a na ...