Dreams in Transit

Dreams in Transit

by Irene P. Smith

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Dreams in Transit is an eclectic collection of very short stories. You will find Fantasy, Science Fiction, and even a ghost story or two. The stories in this collection include a story about hoarders in deep space to the magic of Christmas snow, and romance at the school play. You’ll meet aliens, vampires, and even a pink flamingo.

But you won’t find any long stories. Why? Because we all have lots to do every day and often reading has to take a back seat to work, home, and family obligations. None of the stories are over 2,000 words and some are only a few hundred words long, the perfect length for reading when you have a few minutes to spare. The mix of genre and subject matter will keep you entertained.

NOTE: This is the Smashwords Edition of Dreams in Transit, a book that was originally published exclusively for Kindle and in paperback. The contents of this edition are the same as the original.

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BN ID: 2940153140858
Publisher: Irene P. Smith
Publication date: 09/02/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 285 KB

About the Author

Irene Smith has been a writer who programs and a programmer who writes for most of her adult life. She is a former contributing editor to PC Techniques Magazine and has written programming articles for PC Techniques, PC Hands On, and CodeWorks. Irene's fiction has been published on various web-zines and in print. As a Technical Writer, she has written programmer's documentation for Microsoft Corporation and, as a contractor, for Google, Inc. Among her programming credits, Irene includes the game collections: Casino Nights, Dice Games, and Solitaire. Appropriately for a story teller, Irene has a BS in Information Technology with a concentration in Software Development. Irene lives in New York State, about 2.5 hours from New York City by train (a trip which provides her plenty of time to write) with her husband and son.

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