It’s been a little over three years since I last embarked on a brand new publishing project (From Stage Door Shadows). It’s been 18 months since I last published a book through eMergent (The Machine Who Was Also A Boy). So today breaks quite a few droughts.
It’s somewhat fitting that my 13th publication is my first solo work.
Thank you to every who helped along the way–from those who got their hands dirty in the text or trained eagle eyes on the graphic design, to those who cheered from the sidelines. Even though this is a solo collection, it as always, feels like a team effort.
I hope you enjoy No Need to Reply.
“I used to think there was an unexpected freedom in unread letters. To know at the end of writing I’d be the only one intimate with the contents. Now I think it’s the worst kind of invisibility…that I’m disappearing slowly with each word.”
Experimental in style, structure and form, the eight stories explore the pain and euphoria of finding your voice. From a man confronting the price of a lie and a woman wrestling with the legacy of her mortality, to a young girl lost in a war of misunderstandings, the collection delves into conversations that define the struggle to be heard.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
No Need To Reply
It Could Be
Wishing, Happily Ever After
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Congratulations! I can’t wait to take a look.
Thank you so much for your support through the writing and now in releasing it into the wild.
Just ordered my chap book 🙂 so excited for you, and me, as I get to see and read it in print 🙂
I am eagerly awaiting the arrival of the chapbooks. Thank you for your continued support Paula. I feel very blessed to have writing compatriots such as yourself.
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Thanks Jodi, I feel quite honoured to be able to name you among my friends.
Congratulations, Jodi. It is a fabulous collection of stories.
Oh gosh Adam – this collection wouldn’t even exist without you. Thank you seems insubstantial.
I didn’t have too much of a hand; you wrote them all. I only provided a set of eyes to look over them and offer some ideas.