How should you respond when your neighbors aren’t quite what they seem? How far must you travel to escape the
pull of your heart? How much of a barrier does the “digital divide” really present—or, for that matter, the line between life and death? What chaos results when the aggrieved turn the tables?
This carefully curated collection of thought-provoking short fiction includes works by Kesia Alexandra, Jessica Ann Booth, Jean Davis, Chris Galford, Lilith A. Heart, Melanie Meyer, Phyllis H. Moore, Louis Nevaer, Charmaine Pauls, Erika D. Price, Naomi Brett Rourke, Sommer Schafer, Jay T. Seate and Jacqueline Seewald.
Brewed Awakenings 2 features several works presenting content most appropriate for adult audiences.
About the Author
Jean lives in West Michigan. When not writing, she can be found playing in her garden, enjoying a glass of wine or lost in a good book. Her short fiction has appeared in Bards and Sages Quarterly, Acidic Fiction, Tales of the Talisman, The First Line, Allegory, Isotropic Fiction, Liquid Imagination, The 3288 Review and Brewed Awakenings 2.
Table of ContentsIntroductory Material Dedication Editor's Note Sugar Buns' Blueberry Flavored Blend Park Giving Chase Mother Furniture City Suppression Cast by the Wayside The Old Homestead Dangerous Visitors Virtual Love The Connection Shhh, Fire Julie Goes North Julie Goes North The Shivers Our Neighbors Ourselves About Brewed Awakenings About Caffeinated Press