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About Ana Lipster
Ana Paulina Lipster was born in Brazil and fell in love with the English language in junior high - love at first word. Ana Paulina has written many short stories, two of which are published in the Tolerance anthology. Her crime novel Branded will be published soon.
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This first entry, in a four-part series dedicated to the seasons, focuses on the time of year that ushers in rest from the heat of the beating sun, pumpkin spice, sweater weather, back-to-school days, and the start of some of our favorite holidays.
Aletta Bee - "Autumn Love" and "The Domino Effect"
Jonathan Byrd - "And Then The Fall" and "The Greatest Birthday Present Ever"
Dena Linn - "Hunt with Jack" and "I'm Not Scared"
Ana Paulina Lipster - "Drop By... For Unlimited Time" and "Two Seasons - Same Month"
Allison Meldrum - "The Halloween Party" and "The Apple Orchard"
Daniel Moreno - "Shhh..." and "POP!"
Kathleen Osborne - "Saving Sheena" and "Nosey Neighbors"
Soleah K. Sadge - "Listen" and "A Word"
Kevin Urban - "The Scary Nary" and "The Crystal of Karakoram"
Lawrence Urban - "Patter of Little Feet" and "A Damn Good Bartender"
The Transcendent Authors pulled together and created this book, Spring the Unexpected, for the benefit of all people. Ten different genres depicted. Each author provided two stories for your enjoyment.
You might not always have time to sit down and read a novel, and you miss that. Life has become so hectic, short stories provide you something new to experience in five minutes or an hour. And if you don't read them all, no problem.
In fact, you might want to keep it by the bathtub for when you have those long soaks and a glass of wine to unwind from your busy day.
Together, we compiled this anthology to resemble an old 45 RPM vinyl record, with an A and B side. The 'A' side stories are all based on the theme, "Tolerance." Whereas side 'B' are tales straight from the hearts of the authors.
Both sides, like those records of old, are a banquet of entertainment for the reader. So sit back with a glass of wine or a cup of coffee, put your feet up, get comfy, and prepare to enjoy the feast.