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Journeys
     

Journeys

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by A.L. Hotchkin
 
Lesbian Fiction: Anthology of Short Stories:
Life is a journey that all must travel, often alone, sometimes with others. It is a road filled with the deepest of sorrows and the highest of joys, but mostly the mundane. This anthology is about my travels but I believe they reflect what many have experienced.
From the first to the very last the collection

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Lesbian Fiction: Anthology of Short Stories:
Life is a journey that all must travel, often alone, sometimes with others. It is a road filled with the deepest of sorrows and the highest of joys, but mostly the mundane. This anthology is about my travels but I believe they reflect what many have experienced.
From the first to the very last the collection is a rollercoaster of emotions. Some, I hope will make you laugh so hard you will cry, while others may cause your heart to ache. Within each story is a little piece of myself, a small window into my world. They are short trips which I invite you to share with me... a journey into my life and perhaps into your own.

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ISBN-13:
9781934889619
Publisher:
L-Book ePublisher
Publication date:
09/01/2010
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
0.34(w) x 5.25(h) x 8.00(d)

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Journeys - an Anthology of Life 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sage320 More than 1 year ago
Journeys: An Anthology of Life is a collection of stories about various subjects. Some are about regular humans and others are about fallen angels, vampires and other creatures. The themes deal with death, dying, love and the battle for humanity. The longest story in the collection is about a battle between the angels for the existence of mankind. This book is perplexing. The description on the back of the book says that it's about the author's journey through life and that each one shows a window into her world. A couple of the stories are about normal people, but the bulk of the book is about Fallen Angels doing battle with other supernatural beings and one story is about vampires. It's not clear how those stories relate to anyone's life. There's no theme that seems to tie the stories together and sometimes it's not clear exactly what a story is about. The writing is good, but some of the stories seem obtuse. Journeys: An Anthology of Life is one of those books that has to be judged by the individual reader. Each one may find something different to take away from it.