Anything's Possible [NOOK Book]

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Anything’s Possible is a collection of three entertaining, insightful stories about women’s lives. Meet Cynthia, a mostly happily married teacher who gets hit on by a younger man at the mall, and Dinah, so obsessed with her garden she alienates her teenage daughter, and Sally, a novelist having lunch with a literary critic, who just happens to be her first love from student days.

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Anything's Possible

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Overview

Anything’s Possible is a collection of three entertaining, insightful stories about women’s lives. Meet Cynthia, a mostly happily married teacher who gets hit on by a younger man at the mall, and Dinah, so obsessed with her garden she alienates her teenage daughter, and Sally, a novelist having lunch with a literary critic, who just happens to be her first love from student days.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033010318
  • Publisher: Elizabeth Sage
  • Publication date: 1/17/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 673,161
  • File size: 172 KB

Meet the Author

Elizabeth Sage is the pen name of YA writer Jocelyn Shipley. She lives in Canada, and divides her time between Toronto,Ontario and Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
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    Posted May 21, 2014

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2013

    good book

    You people should read this novel and give your own review on this novel. I enjoyed reading this novel.ShelleyMA

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  • Posted December 28, 2012

    more from this reviewer

    must read

    a great book I love the story line.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 24, 2012

    m Makes me ws Makes me want m Makes me want more

    Never heard of Elizabeth Sage, but these short storirs were excellent. I would like to read a "real book."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2012

    Ummmm

    Okay?

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2012

    Ok

    Wow!!!! What a wonderful book. I liked all of the stories. All the stories are different. That is a plus. Thanks for the great read. J...... :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2012

    Hollyleaf 2

    Snowfur swished her thick white tail, purring. "I'm going!" Fallen Leaves envied their easy familiarity. Thistleclaw nodded to Hollyleaf. "Have you checked on Mosskit this morning?" "Was I supposed to?" Hollyleaf looked up anxiously. "No" Thistleclaw shrugged. "I just thought, with Bluefur away-" his gaze flashed toward the medicine cat den as the brambles trembled at the entrance. "She's coming out!" He hurried away to meet Mosskit as the kit made her way to the fresh-kill pile. "Wait for me!" Snowfur trotted after him. Hollyleaf stood and stretched, arching her back. "Who do you want to hunt with?" Fallen Leaves scanned the camp. Honeyfern had finished eating and was play fighting with Redtail beside the nursery. She spun around, steadying herself with her tail and dodging a well-aimed swipe. There was something relaxed and confident in the way they matched each other's moves. "What about them? Redtail!" The reddish tabby looked over his shoulder. "What is it?" "We're hunting by the lake and we need extra paws" Redtail lifted his tail happily. "Can Honeyfern come too?" When Fallen Leaves nodded, the two cats ran toward the thorn barrier. Hollyleaf bounded after them. Fallen Leaves shoved his half-eaten mouse beside Cinderpelt's thrush and followed his clanmates out of camp. By the time he caught up, Redtail and Honeyfern were already climbing the slope, zigzagging through the brambles as though they were playing catch-the-squirrel with each other's tails. His tail drooped. "Ow!" Honeyfern let out a squeal. Fallen Leaves broke into a run, skidding to a halt beside the creamy warrior. "What happened?" Honeyfern writhed on the ground, her foreleg tangled in the brambles and her face twisted in pain. Redtail crouched beside her, holding the bramble between his jaws as he gingerly unwrapped it from around her paw. He watched Redtail pull the bramble away and help Honeyfern to her paws. He glanced over his shoulder at Hollyleaf as she hurried to check on her Clanmate. "Check her" he advised Hollyleaf, but she was already sniffing Honeyfern's shoulder, then pressing gently with her paws. "Does that hurt?" Honeyfern let out a groan but shook her head. "Just a little." "Can you put weight on it?" Hollyleaf asked. Honeyfern tested it, her face tensing, then relaxing as her pad pressed against the earth. "Yes," she breathed. "It's sore, but I can walk." Hollyleaf turned to Fallen Leaves. "There is no heat in her shoulder, just a light sprain." She told him. "She'll need to go easy-" "Are you sure?" Falen Leaves interrupted her. Hollyleaf's eyes flashed. "Of course I'm sure!" Did she object to being asked to act like a medicine cat? Before he could decide, Hollyleaf began nudging Honeyfern up the slope. Redtail followed anxiously. "Are you sure you're okay?" "I'll be fine by the time we reach the lake." Honeyfern promised.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2012

    Too short stories

    Way too short story line, but nice.

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    Posted September 29, 2013

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    Posted November 2, 2012

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    Posted November 14, 2012

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