Ernie's long night

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Ernie’s Long Night is about a man who is the lighthouse keeper at Cape Shank Australia. His wife had died in a storm and as he waits for the day when he will see her again he remembers her and the storm that forced them apart.
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Words: 1,160
Language: English
About Mark Stewart

Mark Stewart is an acclaimed author. He loves to write fiction right across the board from romance adventure to crime and onwards to science fiction. His fast paced novels keeps you on the edge of your seat from the first word to the last.
Mark lives in Melbourne Australia and tries to keep to the Auzzie lingo and customs. His only gripe is he never has enough time to feed the writing enthusiasm inside him.

Mark lives in the picturesque region of the Mornington Peninsula, a full one hour drive from Melbourne.
He's been married to his wonderful patient wife for over thirty years. He has four adult children and two grand children. Everywhere he looks there's a story waiting to be told.

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Review by: Chantale Reve on May 22, 2012 :
Atmospheric, charming, melancholic, romantic, suspenseful, and lyricized with scenes as evocative as Manet seascapes, "Ernie's Long Night," by Mark Stewart, frames a lightkeeper's life fully lived and reveals the strength and soul of a man.

Flash fiction this may be, but this Australian author once again wields his master chisel to sculpt a vulnerable yet courageous character portrait. Stewart's lightkeeper, whose weather-beaten face has confronted many a squall, is gripped in an epic battle with forces of nature – not only with a sorceress disguised as a stormy sea but also with the unrelenting power of memory of a beloved. Perhaps he will pull through despite being submerged in twenty thousand leagues of indecision.

A superb period tale, Stewart's poetic microfiction sustains a mood that will haunt readers long after they have powered down their Kindles and Nooks.
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