This slim volume represents the stories of many lives, exploring what it means to be human. Some are fictionalized real stories and some are real occurrences but with imagined emotional responses, and some really happened but motives and developments are fiction. All writers must start somewhere, and most start with their own life, then branch out into the stories other people tell them. They finally reach the point where the writer can understand how people talk, feel, respond, and remember the events of a lifetime and then they write books.
About the Author:
Phyllis Davidson is a retired teacher with a Master’s Degree. She has taught school at all levels from elementary to university. A reading specialist, she has devoted her retirement to volunteering to teach reading skills to students in first grade and to inmates in a woman’s prison.
She is the author of two other collections of short stories: The Silver Bell, a group of Christmas stories, and Firmament, tales of fantasy and science fiction. Her favorite past time is traveling the world. She is a native of Idaho and lives there with her cat, Sweet William.