Stories And Imaginings For The Reading Spot

Stories And Imaginings For The Reading Spot

by J.D. Holiday

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~be entertained and amused from Anne and Romanoff's naughty pack, Stephanie finds trouble with a wounded cat and a remorseful landscaper; and the beach cottage that brings Cheney's nightmares of the Sci Fi warrior into focus in Stories & Imaginings For The Reading Spot~
The Cemetery Affair ~ This is a tales from here to eternity about love, hate, envy, vengeance, death and maybe murder. Well, not murder, but revenge is sweet!
Dangers of the Wilderness, New York, 1755 ~ What was it like in a young country where the lack of understanding causes people so different from one another to fight for the land, or flee in hopes of surviving.
Spiders ~ Terminal or not, under the right conditions would a little time with your loved ones be asking too much?
Too Many Bobs ~ When a cat named, Bob has his tail bobbed by a remorseful landscaper, Stephanie is sent to return the cat and collect the money for the vet bill. The wounded cat's injury proves more troublesome than Stephanie could imagine.
The Name Game ~ A young boy named, Kelly becomes famous for 'one day.' Having the same name as a famous singer, Kelly is asked to appear on a game show taking the singer's place.
Where The Heart Is ~ Annie is a cat. She and young Ally from next door make Mae's decision to move into the Mountain View's Retirement Home difficult.
Trespasses ~ Life has been a gamble for Jacqueline. People she counted on have left her scarred and wanting solitude. Deciding to avoid any entanglement as her goal she fights an internal conflict when Craig strolls up the deserted beach she considered to be her own.
Inside ~ Left the beach cottage owned by her grandfather in the block leading to the Atlantic ocean, Cheney had no idea selling it would change her nightmares of the Sci Fi warrior.
Captive Memories ~ Sometimes the unthinkable happens in war. No, not just death.
The Boy In The Leaves ~ Max's friend Tony has a problem. Max believes this problem is a killer like it was for "the boy in the leaves."
Here is a small part from The Boy In The Leaves.

The One Eyed Wink~ Angie never thought to see Joe again after so many years. After all, he was long dead, wasn't he? So the day she sees him on TV returning from a lost war, her life comes up against a new problem.
Cherished Dreams ~ Dreams can bring with them memories of loved ones gone. Their visits sometimes are a gift.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157574512
Publisher: Book Garden Publishing
Publication date: 05/26/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 145
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Author and illustrator, J.D. Holiday is the author of four children's books: Janoose the Goose, the sequel; Janoose And The Fall Feather Fair, The Spy Game, and a chapter book for six to nine-year-olds, THE GREAT SNOWBALL ESCAPADE: and for adults, a collection of short stories, STORIES AND IMAGININGS FOR THE READING SPOT. She has written a variety of short stories and articles.

She is also a blogger:
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Stories And Imaginings For The Reading Spot 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an unusual collection of short stories. Unusual because they have a depth and elicit an emotional response not typical of short stories. Hold onto your hats!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
These stories are delightful, filled with love and hope and much more. Each story in this collection is unique, and in their complexity and hopefulness very pleasing. These stories are full of spirited and captivating characters. The author clearly grasp who each character is and give the readers a sense they know someone just like each one. The illustrations, also by the author, give you the sense that of you touched them you would feel their contour and texture. This was a entertaining read.