Covid 19 True Fictions

Covid '19 True Fictions: Stories Before; During and After--- When Mostly Good Things Happened by James Andrew Freeman Copyright © 2021 by James Andrew Freeman. 826510 All rights Front Cover.

Covid    19 True Fictions

Irish Wake Illustrated: Celebrating Life Together While Living It is a collection of Interconnected short stories, new and revised, peopled by car detailers, carpet cleaners, hospice volunteers, soldiers, teachers, fishermen and just plain real-life fictional folk with names like Michael, Devon, Jeff , Kathy, Cheryl, Sarah, Glen, Ben and Danielle. James Freeman’s friend and mentor, now sorely missed, said of the manuscript of this collection: “Scintillating, heartbreaking and often heartwarming new stories by a master storyteller... Freeman gets inside his characters like no one else. I am proud to call him my friend and fellow writer.”—Bill Hotchkiss, Author of Spirit Mountain, Climb to the High Country, The Medicine Calf, and many, many others (1936-2010).

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