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Short Story Press Presents A Winters Morning by Katelynd Jarvis

A Winters Morning takes a close look at a young woman who is dealing with the residual affects of her abusive husband.

• Gives a window into the emotional battle between still being in love with her husband and hating him.
• The story is told in a series of flashbacks. Some throwing the reader directly into the moments, others brief, past tense recollections.
• Told in first person, it allows the reader a window into the protagonists direct thoughts and emotions, allowing them to get lost in the moment with her, instead of being on the outside looking in.
• The story is told in a fluid time line in the span of a morning on, what would have been, her fourth wedding anniversary.
• Limiting the characters to only the protagonist and her husband, in the past tense.

The story is not broken down into chapters, rather through flashbacks, allowing for a fluid time line, but keeping the reader engaged without the abrupt ending or beginning of a chapter. Throwing the reader into the constant emotional thralls with the protagonist.

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