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All the Different Ways Love Can Feel Paperback – May 29, 2017
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About the Author
MAX EVERHART lives in Hartsville, South Carolina with his family. He is the author of the Eli Sharpe mystery series, including GO GO GATO, ED, NOT EDDIE, and SPLIT TO SPLINTERS, which was a finalist for the Shamus Award in the Best P.I. Original Paperback category. His short stories and essays have won awards and been published in CutBank, juked, Elysian Fields Quarterly, Potomac Review, The State, Shotgun Honey, and Portable Magic: The Authors First Anthology. Find Max on the web at www.maxeverhart.com.
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The stories run the gamut of emotions. And there is a thread of sadness or melancholy that runs through the book, but don’t be put off by that. It’s about life and there is that in life. And the stories and characters are real – what more can you ask for?
These stories don’t necessarily have neat and tidy endings, so in that sense they’re also much like life.
All the Different Ways Love Can Feel is an intense, powerful look at all the different ways love can feel.
One challenge of crafting a short story is making the reader care. Everhart accomplishes this brilliantly by deceptively inserting the reader (the father, the mother, the son, the sister, the ball player) into the story. Universal truth is on display. This kind of raw character development is necessary if the heartstrings are to be reached, let alone pulled.
Brilliantly crafted, All the Different Ways Love Can Feel makes me excited to read the next chapter in Everhart's literary career. This direction is a strong choice; however, I am convinced that any piece that follows will be well-planned, logically pieced together, charming, and deserving of a place on my bookshelf.
Max Everhart is my new favorite author. Can't wait for his next publication.