Against Her Fading Hour

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Gone Dog Press, Jan 11, 2011 - Fiction
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Three short stories by acclaimed author Isaac Sweeney. In "Handi-Cure," Elisa is a widow looking for acceptance in the world. She tries to find it in men but, after an unusual experience in a nail salon, she makes personal changes. SUrine Trouble Now is about a young couple and their overly anxious cat. The cat pees on the floor, which brings up details about the couple's relationship.In SLemonade Nights, after Marco's father dies, he burns down the backyard shed in a fit of rage. Feeling guilty, he decides to rebuild the shed. His wife, Emma, likes having a husband who is good with his hands, but soon feels lonely as Marco spends more and more time on his project.
 

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About the author (2011)

Isaac Sweeney has been a writer for as long as he can remember. He was born and raised in Virginia, where he still lives today. He has spent the better part of his life honing his craft and trying to share the gift of words with others.A firm believer in writing as advocacy, Isaac has made a lot of friends and a few enemies with some of his works. His writing is unapologetic, but still subtle and insightful.

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