TOUCH OF PHENOMENON
The stories for Touch Of Phenomenon were written over many years, although most of them were produced over a six month period. The Little Green Pony, for instance, was written some 55 years ago when the author was just a teenager, and although she has read and reread it many time, it has never been changed. The Waiting was a short story assignment while taking a two-day writing seminar with William Kennedy back in the 70s. That story, too, has not been altered. The rest started with an idea of a subject, and then took on a life of their own, and Avis says she could hardly wait to see what happened next! Each one seems to have a unique twist on an old genre. The table of contents gives a brief synopsis of each story. Printer Magic, by the way, was awarded Honorable Mention in a Writer’s Digest contest two years ago, competing with over 2000 short stories.
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