This book goes against everything that is supposed to be right. From format and introduction to spacing and industry standards. It is not because the author does not know how to spell or not know the English language. She is a writer with a college education and comes from a background of educators. On the contrary, the stories in this book are considered to be “unusual connections.”
This is a collection of seven extremely short, short stories that will leave each reader with something different. This is a book that has no dedications or illustrations. The readers are the editors and cyberspace is the publisher.
The only connection is the words and the reader’s imagination. So, at this moment, the author of this story would like to say, “Thank you,” to the person reading this text. Without further ado, please proceed further into “Grits In A Bowl.”
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