The stories in this short collection take place in Arizona, and they are as unique and colorful as the place itself. “Just Bring Your Own Food” is about a diner waitress and her struggle to stay employed at a place where she knows she’ll be fired any day. “So She Could See the Color Plue” is the story of a misfit who wants desperately to fit in in the only place on earth where she can see the most magical colors in the sky. “How Doc Holliday Saved Me” is about a college girl’s experience living in a haunted house in Tucson and the pizza delivery guy who saves the day. In “Crazy Ted: A Love Story,” a blond, blue-eyed man from Pennsylvania falls for a young Navajo woman. “Something He Could See Himself In” is the story of a born-again Christian tattoo artist and his quest to find the perfect tattoo.
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About the Author
Grace Mattioli is the author of Olive Branches Don't Grow On Trees (2012) and Discovery of an Eagle (2014). She writes contemporary fiction filled with humor and insight. Escape into a world of colorful, unforgettable characters as they search for answers to the big questions in life. Laugh, cry, be inspired and gain valuable insights about what it takes to be truly happy.