A Portrait of Tragedy (Chapter 2)

A Portrait of Tragedy (Chapter 2)

by J Niessen

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A Portrait of Tragedy (Chapter 2) by J Niessen

Beyond his marital disputes, Lace has greater issues troubling him. He’s recently returned from work, where he serves as an emergency response rescuer. His wife Judy has become less agreeable to his extreme occupation. As the two face opposing conflict, details emerge involving the couple’s unusual outside environment.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045476058
Publisher: J Niessen
Publication date: 12/01/2013
Series: A Portrait of Tragedy , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 362,096
File size: 100 KB

About the Author

I give credit to the leadership of two great gentlemen. It’s through the teachings and inspiration of Billy D. Edson, that this vast project involving these short stories came forth.In addition I wish to thank Pastor Matt Sparks for his generous encouragement and support.The stories offered here at no cost were written while I attended a small-group creative writing class, as a student and instructor, held at Highpoint Church, of Tierrasanta, CA from winter 2009-present.After spending countless hours working on the rough drafts, storyline, the design of these episodes, and their cover art, I can take in a relaxing deep breath of refreshing air, slowly exhale, and confidently state that these stories are presentable.I give thanks once again to these two great mentors, for taking the time to go over these manuscripts, and for adding their helpful insight and suggestions. I greatly appreciate the hard work and the dedication you each have interjected in the midst of this endeavor. I will always value, and hope to exercise, the numerous lessons you have taught me.--J. Niessen

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A Portrait of Tragedy 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Free, ten pages long, and no where does is there indication this might be a sample. Yet, it starts on chapter three. It takes place on a different planet, with its Amadeius and Luce watching earth and studing its habits on a type of monitor. The editing was okay, the short story was not. There is not an adequate conclusion. It does not make a lot of sense. I simply did not like this science fiction book at all. Perhaps other readers will. AD