Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Sorrow Remains for the Night

Three fables make up this short collection (about 4000 words) titled, Sorrow Remains for the Night. It's only 99 cents at Smashwords and will soon be up at Amazon and B&N.

Often, it is the sorrow that we experience during the dark nights of life that are the most poignant when retold in the daylight. In this short volume of fables, I wanted to touch on themes of pain and suffering but also end with a glimmer of eternity and hope. Yes, sorrow remains for the night, but joy comes in the morning.

About the Author (that's me!): Lyn Perry writes a variety of speculative fiction, from SF and fantasy to mystery and spiritual thriller. He is also the owner of ResAliens Press, a micropublisher of spiritually infused speculative fiction. Collections include Stoney M. Setzer's Zero Hour and T.M. Hunter's Dead or Alive.

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