Everything’s Ephemeral: Stories from the Workshops Volume I (2021)

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“What happens between the movements of the second hand
can last a lifetime—if you don’t blink.”

From Michael-Patrick Harrington comes a suite of 21 stories that explores the moments between light and dark, moments in which the choice to be damned or to be redeemed is as elusive as it is ephemeral.

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Paperback is signed by the author and includes a special bookmark.

Kindle edition also available.

Published by Silk Raven Press.  304 pages.

 

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“What happens between the movements of the second hand
can last a lifetime—if you don’t blink.”

Ephemeral: “lasting but a very short time”

In Everything’s Ephemeral: Stories from the the Workshops Volume I an undercover agent can no longer tell if she’s the pursuer or the game…a priest and a hit man collide in the echoes of a third grader’s screams… a mother plans a radical intervention for her daughter, recently wed to a charismatic cult leader…an unnaturally close brother and sister find their relationship tested by an enigmatic stranger with bestial designs…a fourteen-year-old girl, alone at home, tries to hold her own when a drifter comes knocking, asking questions about her burgeoning womanhood…a grandfather’s pocket watch holds ten minutes of the past, but is it enough time for his grandson to save him?… a serial killer and a homicide detective try to outmaneuver one another during a backyard barbecue…and more.

There are significant times in your life that turn on a heartbeat or last just as long. This first volume of Stories from the Workshops, Everything’s Ephemeral,  contains 21 tales that examines these times, as well as their sometimes ambiguous antecedents and often ruinous aftermaths.

Welcome to the Ephemeron

 

Also available:
Get Out, You Ghosts: Stories from the Workshops Volume II

4 reviews for Everything’s Ephemeral: Stories from the Workshops Volume I (2021)

  1. Dr. Debra Resnick

    Your writing style so rapidly draws in the reader.

  2. Riloai

    From GoodReads:

    Four stars!

  3. Dr. Rebecca Walker

    I am always so impressed by your productivity and talent.

  4. Gina

    From GoodReads:

    Four Stars!

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