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Something Beautiful: Anthology of Short Stories

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Something Beautiful

A collection of stories and poems that will pull you in and take you away….

Silence by Carmen Tudor
Invisible by Shana Norris
She and I by Sarah Meira Rosenberg
The Poser by David Andrews
Being There for Jason by Susan Sundwall
Open Window by David Andrews
A Little Light by Keshia Swaim

From some of today’s most talented young adult authors comes this b
Kindle Edition, First edition, 56 pages
Published November 14th 2013 by Chamberton Publishing
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Carmen Tudor's stories appear in various international anthologies and journals including Gothic Tales of Terror, It's a Grimm Life, and Fantasy For Good. She's currently undertaking PhD research in women's Victorian-era Gothic literature at Deakin University. You can find her on Twitter at @carmen_tudor. ...more

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