Millstones

Sometimes it's difficult to move on. The main characters in this story, both past and present, attempt to deal with their individual burdens of alienation, guilt, and regret. Friendship, loyalty, and love are presented as possible answers in their quest. For those who take on the challenge, learning and acknowledging their weaknesses leads to freedom and a greater sense of self-worth. More

Available formats: epub, mobi, pdf, rtf, lrf, pdb, txt

First 20% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more read online
About Megan Hamilton

Megan Hamilton was born in England and immigrated with her family to Canada as a child. She now resides in Ottawa, Ontario. After graduating from university with a degree in English and linguistics she worked as a writer (presumably non-fiction) and editor for the Canadian Federal Government. During this period she wrote several stories, and hid them away due to a combination of shyness and inertia. “Millstones” was actually written in the early nineties. However, a certain strong-willed friend decided that if you’ve written it, you should “put it out there”. Thus “Millstones” is now available because the certain strong-willed friend made it happen.
Other stories, also available, include “The Glass”, a post-apocalyptic novella. A collection of short stories, ranging from the whimsical “Mr Cat and Molly” to the more philosophical “Small Things” and “Christmas Dinner” is also now available.

Also by This Author

Reviews

This book has not yet been reviewed.
Report this book