Return to Waypoint 5 (Black Denim Lit #8)

Christopher T. Garry Josh Roseman Madeline Popelka Julie Reeser Clarissa N.G. Cheryl McAlister Zack Miller Lisa Shapter

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Return to Waypoint 5 (Black Denim Lit #8)

Return to Waypoint 5 (Black Denim Lit #8) By Christopher T. Garry Josh Roseman Madeline Popelka Julie Reeser Clarissa N.G. Cheryl McAlister Zack Miller Lisa Shapter Return to Waypoint Black Denim Lit The December issue edited by Christopher T Garry features pages of never before seen stories from ten new authors creating narratives that are variously dark cynical inspiring violent an

  • Title: Return to Waypoint 5 (Black Denim Lit #8)
  • Author: Christopher T. Garry Josh Roseman Madeline Popelka Julie Reeser Clarissa N.G. Cheryl McAlister Zack Miller Lisa Shapter
  • ISBN: 9781311294876
  • Page: 321
  • Format: ebook
  • Return to Waypoint 5 (Black Denim Lit #8) By Christopher T. Garry Josh Roseman Madeline Popelka Julie Reeser Clarissa N.G. Cheryl McAlister Zack Miller Lisa Shapter The December, 2014 issue edited by Christopher T Garry features 160 pages of never before seen stories from ten new authors, creating narratives that are variously dark, cynical, inspiring, violent and longing Black Denim Lit is a monthly journal of fiction available on the web and eReaders Cataclysm by Madeline Popelka The death of a cat brings about the end of the woThe December, 2014 issue edited by Christopher T Garry features 160 pages of never before seen stories from ten new authors, creating narratives that are variously dark, cynical, inspiring, violent and longing Black Denim Lit is a monthly journal of fiction available on the web and eReaders Cataclysm by Madeline Popelka The death of a cat brings about the end of the world The Things We Hide by Clarissa N G Yuen deals with a haunting while mourning Return To Waypoint 5 by Josh Roseman Kage seeks dangerous answers about family and connections at an old space port Bit by Bit by Cheryl McAlister An unlikely pairing highlights the need for connection The Patchwork Girl by Zack Miller A post pandemic world doesn t change needs of a girl missing a family Searching by Lisa Shapter Three men decide the fate of a lost corpsman Establishment by Ken Poyner The local watering hole isn t just for the bone and protein crowd The Degenerate by Joe Christopher A young working man finds an unlikely reason to change direction Maybe This ll Be the One That Finally Gets Me by Ben Spies A veteran recounts his experience in the gulf coast disaster Gathering Gold by Julie Reeser Mae deals with loss of her mother and transition to a new life This draws from fantasy, crime, science fiction and straight drama for our selections Such genre variety is brought together under the common thread of rich characterization In all the stories this month, these are human beings at odds Whether facing a gun, an alien, the choice to live or to die or the vastness of space, each of these players respond from a very deep place of truth And regardless of which genre can be applied, the authors have surprises in store.
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    1. Shawn Leslie Dixon on said:

      This felt like a sampler than a collection There was a broad range of stories from hard science fiction to straightforward, general fiction There was a connecting theme however In every story a character succumbed to some absorbing emotion.I had a few favorites of the bunch,3 Cataclysm by Madeline Popelka was so utterly ridiculous and yet told seriously that it could do nothing but entertain.2 The Patchwork Girl by Zach Miller both parts is a fun spin on a dog mostly beaten to death It was fun [...]

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