An Honest Woman

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Celeste, a neglected wife, meets a younger man and finds herself very attracted to him. Their relationship brings to them new understanding of each other, of themselves, and of life. An Honest Woman was first published in the literary magazine, Hysteria.

For more stories about Celeste's life, see, AS CRAZY AS YOU, A Collection of Short Stories. More

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Words: 2,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466103498
About Inge Moore

Inge Moore studied creative writing at both the undergraduate and post-graduate level at the University of Alberta. There she worked with such revered writers as Governor General's Award Winning author, Rudy Wiebe. She also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree (Zoology) from the University of Guelph. Over the years she has worked as a biologist, a research scientist, an economic development officer, an office manager, an immigration officer, a writer, and a horse trainer.

Moore's short stories have been published in numerous magazines and have been broadcast on radio. She received First Prize in the 1986 Annual Writers' Digest Short Fiction Competition, out of thousands of entrants. She has several books available on Amazon, including 15 short stories, two short story collections and three novels.

Moore has spent most of her life in Canada, moving between Alberta, the Northwest Territores, and Ontario, and has also lived in Austria and Great Britain. Currently she resides in a small town in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys nature, horses, dogs, art, reading, and, of course, writing.

Website: http://ingemoore-novelistandshortstorywriter.yolasite.com/

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Review by: myckie mouse on Feb. 27, 2012 :
I love this story. It is like "all men live lives of quiet desperation", but with some hope.
Awesome.
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Review by: A.M. Gray on Feb. 01, 2012 :
A quick glimpse inside a failing marriage. And a woman searching for self worth in the arms of younger men. Worth the read.
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