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Milk and Oranges

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Milk and Oranges is a collection of short fiction and essays by award-winning writer Charlene Wexler that examines life, love, and the tragedy and comedy of the human condition
Whether she is tackling fiction or essays, Charlene Wexler writes from the heart. With a keen eye for detail and a way of looking at the world a bit sideways, Wexler’s writings in Milk and Oranges wi
61 pages
Published November 19th 2011 by Smashwords
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Dec 28, 2011 Bill rated it it was amazing
This book, Milk and Oranges, contains stories that will make you laugh, and stories that will make you think, too. Milk and Oranges has both fiction and essays, and I like the unusual combination. The stories about romance, family, and nostalgia are fun, and the stories about family tragedy are meaningful and will make you think. Char Wexler has a great, easy-to-follow writing style. I can see why she's an award-winning writer. She's not afraid to try new things--including publishing Milk and ...more
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