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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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