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The Birdwoman: . . . and other short stories

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An empty house with a resident that no one sees . . . an orphan with dreams of the open sea . . . a city long dead . . . a collapsed coal mine. Tales for every age to spark your own ideas and inspire new stories beyond the page. Reawaken your inspiration with these twenty original stories and let your own imagination finish the journey!
Kindle Edition, 83 pages
Published January 1st 2016
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Nov 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This collection of stories is phenomenal. I was captivated from the very beginning, commenting on my Kindle after the first story, Stowaway, "I want more!" The stories are truly short--several pages, on average--but they pack in a lot of action and emotion. I found myself stopping to make comments on my Kindle like, "raw, reflective and thoughtful;" "beautiful and painful;" and "powerful imagery." Geiger doesn't shy away from heavy topics, exploring issues such as mental illness and slavery, fro ...more
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