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Show-Me Doctrine: Autism Awareness Edition (Show-Me Doctrine Literary Magazine Book 3) Dale Bruning

Show-Me Doctrine: Autism Awareness Edition (Show-Me Doctrine Literary Magazine Book 3)

Dale Bruning

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63 pages
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 About the Book 

A veritable who’s who of up and coming authors come together to help Autism Awareness. We have a virtual cornucopia of poets lending their voices for so many who cannot. From Bhavya Kaushik and Megan Howard. Let’s not forget Balkaran Singh Sidhu. ButMoreA veritable who’s who of up and coming authors come together to help Autism Awareness. We have a virtual cornucopia of poets lending their voices for so many who cannot. From Bhavya Kaushik and Megan Howard. Let’s not forget Balkaran Singh Sidhu. But that is not even the half of it. Come for the poetry but stay for the well crafted short stories like:Blue-A Story by Derity Eckman: About a blind girl who then gets her sightDancing With the Devil-A Story by Keith LaFountaine: A man fights to break out of a coffin he has been buried in before he runs out of oxygen.Recess-A Story by Lady Rosaline: The word “tragedy” implies death, but inverted tragedy, on the other hand, implies life. Tragic life, the travesties of which (these are numerous) make death seem a blessing by comparison.Do you Fly in your Dreams?-I do-A Story by Will Neill: Jack Robinsons world is torn apart, and only the memory of his old boyhood friend J.C.Jackson a veteran of Pearl harbour can help him.Purgatory-A Story by Derity Eckman: Never has a simple eight by eight cell been so consuming. Feel the torment of Maris.JailBreak-A Story by shiggy: A serial killer plans to jailbreak, but the Jailor has some different plans for him.A Farewell To Arms, Legs, The Whole Thing, Really…-A short story by Julie Kane: In the mirror, Shannon saw a cute, aging lesbian. Big brown eyes, (hopefully) charmingly disheveled hair and a perpetually bemused expression. Too bad Stephen Hawkings did not see it that way.