Going Home and Other Stories

Rated 4.50/5 based on 3 reviews
Going Home is perfect for readers who would like to sample a few of the stories contained in the author's longer collection titled "Postcards From Home". The four stories in this mini-collection deal with overcoming envy, pitting humans against a squirrel, struggling with grocery store warning signs, and returning in memory to a childhood home. A great way to check out an author new to you! More

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Words: 4,580
Language: English
ISBN: 9780987932914
About Sylvia Morice

Sylvia Morice writes fiction, creative non-fiction and poetry. Her work, including several of the stories in Postcards From Home, has been published in various Canadian literary magazines, periodicals and newspapers.
Sylvia maintains a blog at sylviamorice.wordpress.com where she writes eclectic, entertaining posts about life and she is currently working on a novel-in-progress.
Sylvia is interested in any and all comments about her work and loves to connect with readers and other writers.

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Review by: Faye Hicks on March 04, 2012 :
Have you ever met a squirrel smarter than Einstein? Do you every get the urge to climb the freezer compartment at the grocery store? Ladies, have you ever wished you had a beard? If you’re like me - you’ll find these to be entirely new concepts, and if you read this book - you’ll find yourself chuckling over all of them. In addition to these three original humorous stories, the title story from this book, ‘Going Home’, will sweep you back in time to Grampy’s whisker rubs, games of Red Rover and Mom’s homemade donuts. It’s a wonderful story of farm life as a child, whether it be the thrill of jumping from the barn’s loft into soft piles of hay or death-defying trips to the dirt cellar in search of preserves, the author paints a vivid and captivating picture of ‘going home’.
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Review by: Marcia Carrington on Feb. 26, 2012 :
A humorous collection consisting of four short stories which are pleasant to read and observant of people, and life in general, in their own breezy way.
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Review by: Sharon Hicks on Jan. 29, 2012 : (no rating)
Amusing personal glances into the past, these tales are written in a witty yet poignant style, easy to identify with the characters and antics the author remembers. Consistent style throughout, the writing flows well and reads easily.
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