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No Story to Tell: A Novel of Endings, Beginnings and Middles

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“I was captivated throughout the entire story.”
— Jodi Lynn Benson

“This is the story of her last day, melancholy but wry, and it delves into her regrets and
hidden achievements, slowly revealing her past both to the reader and to her children.”
— Brenna Proczko

“I cried and cried and that, in this case, was a good thing.”
— Jennife
Kindle Edition, 154 pages
Published June 30th 2020
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Ryan Hoffman
Feb 09, 2021 rated it really liked it
A very good novel about the last days of a womans life. It is well written and has great characters. I enjoyed it from begining to end
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Miles Rausch is a writer for people and a writer for computers. He works a day job as a software engineering lead, but his passion is writing. He’s had short fiction published in Skullmore and Speculative66 as well as New Tricks Literary Magazine. His poetry has been published in New Tricks as well.

Miles won the inaugural flash fiction competition, Mash Stories, where writers were challenged to cr

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