For the Road

For the Road

by Brad Pauquette

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Overview

With this collection of short stories, readers will travel into the imaginations of ten exceptional authors. From literary fiction to science fiction to ghost stories, this fantastic anthology will entertain adult readers of all types.

If you're expecting tales of good Samaritans and happy travelers, you may want to take another route. For the Road explores the spectacular fear we hold for the unknown, as embodied by the lonesome highway. Seasoned travelers may laugh at the villains and specters within these pages, while homebodies will make sure to lock their doors a little earlier in the evening.

For the Road will take you on a journey you won't soon forget.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150020580
Publisher: Columbus Creative Cooperative
Publication date: 12/08/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 150
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Founded in 2010, Columbus Creative Cooperative is a group of writers and creative individuals who collaborate for self-improvement and collective publication.

Based in Columbus, Ohio, the group�s mission is to promote the talent of local writers and artists, helping one another turn our efforts into mutually profitable enterprises.

The organization�s first goal is to provide a network for honest peer feedback and collaboration for writers in the Central Ohio area. Writers of all skill levels and backgrounds are invited to attend the group�s writers� workshops and other events. Writers can also find lots of resources and
contructive feedback at www.ColumbusCoop.org.

The organization�s second goal is to print the best work produced in the region. The cooperative relies on the support and participation of readers, writers and local businesses in order to function.
Columbus Creative Cooperative is not a non-profit organization, but in many cases, it functions as one. As best as possible, the proceeds from the printed anthologies are distributed directly to the writers and artists who produce the content.

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