What U Should Be Reading in March! @NonnieJules #RRBC #RWISA

(DISCLAIMER:  Blurbs posted here are copied and pasted directly from Amazon.  They were not written by the staff of THE PIPELINE.)

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Since it’s RRBC READ A SHORT STORY MONTH, I thought I’d place one here that I found really enjoyable!  🙂

“OPEN, SHUT” by RWISA Author, Nonnie Jules

Open Shut

Blurb:

Darcy Lynn has a few problems:  Her sister, Lola, killed by a drunk driver, leaves her with an eerie message right before her death; her parents are atheists; her father drinks a little too much, and her brother, Bud, is just annoying. But, her most pressing issue is that things are mysteriously opening and closing around her and she hasn’t a clue as to why…or how.

In this short “sad but uplifting story with a wonderful message,” as one reader tags it, Author, Nonnie Jules flexes her writing chops once again, by introducing her readers to a normal, everyday family, whose lives are altered, not once, but twice by unexpected and unusual circumstances.

If you came into this story only believing in things seen with your own two eyes, and things heard with your own two ears, you walk away with a new and refreshing added sense…the ability and the courage to change, based on where your heart leads you.

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This author greatly appreciates your support in advance!

You SHOULD be reading this book now!

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38 comments

  1. I am waiting for the list of the books we should be reading this August 2018. And I will make sure I read most of them. I said most because there are some categories of books I do not want to get into. 🤬

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  2. I absolutely loved this book, Nonnie. I don’t know if you saw my review or my blog, but I read this book first, then immediately HAD to go read “If Only There Was Music.” I featured them both hand-in-hand, just as the lovers in the books, on my blog. The short story brought it all full circle with justice served!

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  3. EMPTY CHAIRS is an extraordinary book – one that I hope everyone reads. The power of the book overshadows editing issues; for, after a few pages, I was captive to its enormity. ♥

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