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Winter's Regret: What Might Have Been Paperback – March 2, 2014
About the Author
Matt Sinclair is a journalist and fiction writer. Since the 1990s, he has covered the nonprofit and foundation sectors, primarily in the United States, and written about a number of different fields on a freelance basis, including arts and culture, business, health, religion, science, sports, writing and many points between and beyond. President and Chief Elephant Officer of Elephant's Bookshelf Press, LLC, which has published four anthologies and one novel since 2012. He blogs at the Elephant's Bookshelf and From the Write Angle and also serves as the moderator of the nonfiction forum at AgentQueryConnect.
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The starter story, Second-Chance Sunday by Liz Coley, explores the main character's inner demons and the dark irony of second chances in life. When Stars Align by A.T. O'Connor is any young woman's nightmare. Adrift by Matt Sinclair is about a couple's marriage and the little things, little decisions, that make a difference in their relationship. One Way Out by M. Arthur Stone was deceptive--I had to read it twice to understand what was going on. It's not what it seems at first glance, and it will leave your heart pounding.
Anguish by Kelly Heinen is something that parents fear. An Unexpected Reunion by Jeff O'Handley tells of a man carrying the burden of his past on his shoulders. The Rose by Amanda Hill is one teen boy's bumbling mistake. A Life on Fire by Morgan George is of a man watching his life go up in flames, and the decision that he must make afterward. Navigator by Paul Parisi is of a careless act the main character would soon regret. Through the Fence by Cat Woods is a moment of bravery...or not. One Hundred Nights by Sakura Q. Eries is a story of What-If.
Los Sufridos by P.S. Carrillo opens up the possibility of a place where one can leave their regrets behind. Island of Blood and Horns by A.M. Supinger has unicorns! Though it is not of the fluffy-happy-rainbow-type variety. A Gift of Roses by Charlee Vale explores love and immortality. The Unfinished Task by Michelle Hauck is of a young woman's sacrifice to save what she loves.
I left Rimorso for last because this is my brain-child. I'll leave it to readers to form their own opinion of it. :)
These are well-written stories. Some aim to entertain, while others seek to dig deeper into the human psyche and prompt the readers to ask questions. I'm honored to have my story be included in this anthology.