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Strands of Sorrow, Threads of Hope: A Book of Short Stories

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Strands of Sorrow, Threads of Hope is a book that shamelessly tugs at the reader’s emotions. A compilation of thirteen redemption stories, these glittering gems break the heart open with themes of loss, helplessness, jolting change and mistaken paths. For the reader who is willing to carefully untangle the words, within each strand of story sorrow there are threads of hope ...more
Kindle Edition, 56 pages
Published May 23rd 2014 by Huckleberry Haven Publishing
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Brian Bigelow
Oct 27, 2014 Brian Bigelow rated it really liked it
These are extremely short short stories. Very well written though I think many readers would want more, I know I did. Just like you would expect in an anthology the story lines are very divergent.
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