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You can't live without it; just as water quenches thirst, books quench the soul. Indulge your fascination with water in this impressive anthology brimming with more than two-dozen prose and poetic works by The Harpeth River Writers. Your reading forecast may bring forth a well of tears, the pleasure of a gentle summer rain, or the rage of an ocean squall. From desert ...more
ebook, 324 pages
Published October 1st 2019 by Sandra Ward Bell
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Nov 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Words on Water is a collection of short stories and poems written by a group of writers from Tennessee. I stumbled across them during a festival in a park while visiting Nashville and the concept of the book appealed to me. I was not disappointed with one of the stories and poems. They are all somehow related to the theme of water and each was an enjoyable read. The great thing is you can pick the book up and read a complete story in a few minutes at any time during the day or night. The group ...more
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Nov 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This was an easy read. The book offered a wide variety of different stories, interesting, and all the stores carried the same theme of "water." It was an added treat for me to know one of the authors and either have met or know of a few of the others. The entire group of authors collaborated to write the last story together, which was a very interesting long short story, maybe a novella. I'd recommend this book of short stories.
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