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HOUSEFIRE BOOKS proudly presents SINS OF OMISSION, an ebook by DJ BERNDT, illustrated by LINDSAY ALLISON RUOFF.

“This is you and it is me, but it is not us. This is when the stream of your future evaporates, forming new clouds in the shape of swingsets and songbirds that will soon drip back. This is not a gift, but it was mine and now it’s yours.”

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ebook, 46 pages
Published May 8th 2013 by HOUSEFIRE

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Carolyn DeCarlo
May 20, 2013 Carolyn DeCarlo rated it it was amazing
DJ Berndt is an idea man. He has a lot of great ideas. I liked the concepts he uses as a backbone for these stories, like in 07 Space Diseases and 13 Ambulances. I wish 11 Grandpa had been longer, but I guess that's part of the sins of omission, maybe. I want to record some of my favorite stories & lines here:

04 Growing Lawns
"Night after night, we'd all change out of our work clothes and cut paths through lawns now taller than ourselves, searching for the nearest party."

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