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Beyond The Brackets: A Collection of Short Works

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Beyond The Brackets: A Collection of Short Works
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN/ASIN: 198400039X
ISBN-13: 9781984000392
Number of pages: 156

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This Anthology contains an eclectic mix of work from five contemporary writers who have not held back from opening their hearts. The stories are contemplative, whimsical and adventurous. The flash fiction incisive, unpredictable and fantastical. The poetry reflective, heart-warming and intriguing.

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