20 Short Ones: 20 Tales of Hope

20 Short Ones: 20 Tales of Hope

by Dan Salerno
20 Short Ones: 20 Tales of Hope

20 Short Ones: 20 Tales of Hope

by Dan Salerno



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Kirkus Reviews calls 20 Short Ones "An engaging and whimsical book about faith, love, and friendship."

Human relationships can be intriguing, heartbreaking, funny, frustrating, and soulful, among other things. Sometimes, all at the same time.

In a compilation of twenty short stories told from a faith-based perspective, a band of diverse characters shares a glimpse into their lives, relationships, and experiences. Set in Northern Ireland, New York, and many places in-between, each tale offers an opportunity to emotionally relate to the age-old mystery of how friendships, romantic or otherwise, unfold.

When eleven-year-old Agee finds a strange note swirling in the air above him, his path soon crosses with that of a desperate woman who needs him more than he knows. Buber is a production supervisor who is grieving over his next-door neighbor's death when he meets a woman who invites him to her church, drawing out a side of him that had been lying dormant for a long time.

20 Short Ones shares faith-based stories that examine the beginnings of relationships with a keen eye and hope toward the future

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798985772517
Publisher: Dan Salerno
Publication date: 04/01/2022
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 202
File size: 963 KB

About the Author

Dan Salerno has traveled to Northern Ireland (five times!) and to Japan on mission trips. He earned a master's degree in social research while working for the National Coalition for the Homeless in New York City. After 9/11 he worked for a children's ministry in Brooklyn for sixteen months. Dan has had over one hundred articles published, taught English Composition, and was a kids' church teacher for over 25 years. He resides in the Midwest. 20 Short Ones, published by WestBow Press (a division of Thomas Nelson Publishing) is his first book. It's an engaging, hope-filled collection of short stories each focusing on how relationships (romantic and otherwise) begin, told from a faith-filled perspective.

Here's the link to the author's interview: https://youtu.be/J0XhB6wRlmo?t=161

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