Four Stories puts the spotlight on revelations of clarity and epiphanies of character in the face of emotional challenges.
ABOUT FOUR STORIES
Each work of fiction is accompanied by a brief essay exploring the formative experiences, memories, and themes that inspired the work, making this a very personal and intimate collection.
The book opens with "You Got Me," in which the way two people each get through one particularly rough day might have a lot to do with how they spend their days to come.
A musician struggles with expectations and understanding when he travels far from home with his new band for "Gig Number Two."
He says it's "Not My Fault," but is something driving a wedge between them at their anniversary dinner, or is he just… distracted?
"The Days of Wine and Roses by The Dream Syndicate" provides a mental soundtrack for a reluctant walk through memory and pain on the way to save a troubled damsel in distress, one last time.
Each of the Four Stories is fiction, but they each have a piece of the author woven between the lines. You might find yourself in there, too.