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Time is running out to keep Quentin alive…

The Survivors Club is a short story that will keep you guessing. Eva wakes up and finds herself in a 1920s lounge with four strangers. One by one, each is mysteriously pulled back in time by an invisible force to keep an unknown boy named Quentin alive. Without a sense of time and no way out, the group becomes entangled in a life o
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Paperback, 50 pages
Published May 2018 by Cielo Press
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LostInADreamlessSea
Jul 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
The Survivor’s Club was a wonderful novella! It was easy to read, and had clear, memorable characters. Each quality attributed to each individual character reflected their personality, and fit them well- they were all realistic, and were never out of character. The writing is engaging and thought provoking, and the message is well brought across. This was definitely not a read I regret!
I am also appreciative of your supporting of the charities mentioned in the Epilogue!
I am overall very pleased
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Michael
Jul 27, 2018 rated it it was amazing
it is often through the writing process that individuals who suffer traumatic experiences can learn to find healing, as Nubia has done in her Novella. I congratulate her on her courage to dive deep, write this novella, and help others in the process. I applaud her efforts to help so many others along the way who are trodding similar paths. It's not an easy one, but awareness brings healing. Thanks, Nubia!
Joann Piro vegter
I won this book and want to thank Nubia for an interesting, thought provoking read. It is a short story that leaves you with a lot to think about. Thank you Nubia also for the lovely personal note.

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Nubia DuVall Wilson graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University with a B.A. in English. She launched her journalism career in New York at Real Simple magazine. Her editorial work has covered various topics, such as travel, consumer products, women's lifestyle, and health. Prior to working at Real Simple, Nubia lived in Taipei, Taiwan where she penned numerous short stories about her humoro ...more