Anthologies

Forever Friends

by Shelagh Watkins

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This collection of stories and poems, created by members of the Published Authors Forum on the world wide web, reflects the bond of friendship between writers from all over the world.

Forever Friends is a celebration of the power of friendship and human relationships. The breadth and depth of the stories cover all ages from young to old. Filled with love and respect for family, friends, pets and even a telescope, these stories are guaranteed to entertain the most discerning reader.

Thoughtful poems of friendship and love will bring smiles or tears and encourage readers to read the next story. The fiction and non-fiction works in this book express friendship as timeless, enduring and forever.

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Classification: Anthology
Genre:  Fiction/Nonfiction/Poetry
Pages: 280
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Publisher: Mandinam Press
Publication Year: 2008
ISBN: 978-1-4092-3290-2
Purchasing: Buy on Amazon: Forever Friends

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  1. Shelagh Watkins Says:

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    Stories of Strength

    edited by Jenna Glatzer

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    Born in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, this anthology shares stories about what it takes to beat the odds. More than 100 writers contributed these essays, fiction and poetry to raise money for disaster relief charities in the region. Featuring writing from Orson Scott Card, Wil Wheaton, and Robin Lee Hatcher. At times tear-jerking, at times humorous, this book is guaranteed to inspire and remind readers that the human spirit knows no boundaries.

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    Classification: Anthology
    Genre: Fiction/Nonfiction/Poetry
    Pages: 320
    Format: Paperback
    Language: English
    Publisher: Lulu.com
    Publication Year: 2005
    ISBN: 1-4116-5503-6
    Purchasing: From lulu.com:

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