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The Most Intangible Thing

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This collection consists of four pieces of short fiction about how we create our world through storytelling.

"Inheritance" is a life-changing conversation between a troubled daughter and her father who has been through detoxification therapy and is starting a new life without the family he has lost through his mistakes.

In "The Most Intangible Thing," a writer discovers the
Kindle Edition, 221 pages
Published April 24th 2013
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Judith Pratt
Jan 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing
These stories kept me up too late. They are quiet adventures in relationships. Some of them have small bits of unexplained events, for which "magic" is too strong a word. The writing is full of small, lovely, and essential details. Topics range from writer's block, to loud neighbors (with dirt bikes or revival tents), to searching for a dead man's secrets. This book is a keeper to read again and again. ...more
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