When You Are Angry: And Other Love Stories

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AuthorHouse, Jul 14, 2005 - Fiction - 84 pages
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Define Love. Can you? It has infinite dimensions, innumerable aspects, a myriad of manifestations. The ten short stories in When you are angry use humor, pathos and explicitly erotic language to illustrate but a few of the signs and significations of this many-splendored thing. And whether they make you laugh or cry, the stories in this collection are sure to contain moments to which you can relate, or from which you may glean some…inspiration!


The following are included in this volume:



An affair with a green-eyed personal trainer is brief, but memorable.



Half-asleep, half-awake, the morning ritual of a single woman has to provide her with the impetus to make it through the day.



One woman explains the meaning of the word to her less-uninhibited friend. Her story leaves no room for ambiguity.



There had to be a lover with sapphire blue eyes, didn’t there?


Football Sunday

The time-honored male ritual wins a new supporter, for life.

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About the author (2005)

Liz Ewart grew up happy in Kingston, Jamaica. She moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts to attend Harvard College, and to realize how much she hated being cold. She graduated with honors, then worked in various high tech positions in the Boston area, including a stint as a Technical Journalist writing about advanced nuclear reactor designs. In 1992, she moved to the much warmer locale of Los Angeles, California, and by 1993, had switched to video editing on a wide range of television and movie projects.


In addition to this volume, Liz has completed a novel titled “This Woman''s Journey,” an autobiographical look at relationships, generously illustrated with her poetry, and is hard at work on a second book. She writes whenever the Muses seize her.

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