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Spots Blind

4.29  ·  Rating Details  ·  7 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
You can't always see what's coming. Stories about being blindsided-sometimes by family, friends, and lovers; sometimes by our own refusal to see the truth. Praise for stories in Spots Blind: "The License Plate," which features a woman only just realizing that her seemingly perfect marriage is anything but, as her husband mocks the kind of intimacy she longs for. "A Father' ...more
Paperback, 156 pages
Published November 22nd 2010 by Libertary Co. (first published November 2nd 2010)
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Katie Lynn
Dec 31, 2010 Katie Lynn rated it liked it
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Kind of depressing, really. Not what I expected, but enjoyable, I think. I've never been one for short stories, but the collection intrigued me. It was very well put together; the transitions were well-planned. Most were well-written, but I'm still just not a fan of short story collections.

"Passion in any form, she has decided, is admirable. Without it nothing would be invented or cured; no mountain climbed, no stone left unturned. Still, what drives passion may thwart other sensibilities."
Mar 25, 2011 Laura rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: anyone
My friend won this as a Goodreads giveaway and let me read it first. I really liked this book. It has something for everyone. Each story left me having touched upon a different emotion. The characters were so well done; their personalities were obvious. It seems to me that this would be harder for an author to do in a short story. Some of the stories touched upon "uncomfortable" subjects really giving you something to think about (or not). I think this book is a winner!!
Jan 31, 2011 Hayley rated it really liked it
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Definitely worth the read even if you don’t like short stories. I laughed, and I related to just about every story in here. A quick easy read. I’d love to see the author write something a bit longer.
Dec 21, 2010 Jeanne rated it it was amazing
What a great short story collection! Short pieces with drama, adult relationships, and family intrigue. I related, laughed, and felt fortunate not to be in those situations. Well worth the read!
Jo Keefe
Mar 27, 2011 Jo Keefe rated it it was amazing
What a surprising book of short stories, just makes you realize things may not be what they seem and can change in an instant. Great book..
i liked it but didnt get much of a chance to peruse it it was at the library on the hold shelf
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Love the cover. Cool title.
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Creative activities in writing, art, spirituality. Do what interests me and market what I produce. Have seven books published. Paint in acrylics, mix media. I market online and on street corners. Yeah, that's me waving cars down. A lot of fun. A lot of work. Classically trained in the art of Social Work. Bilingual (Spanish) when the old synapses are working.

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