Old Man

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With no money and no work for months, two friends list themselves in the 'help wanted' pages of a local magazine as home and furniture movers. Their first client is an old man who is moving into his family's lake side cabin, where horrible secrets lay buried. Their grip still ensnares those who tread above ground. If you read it all, please comment and rate! More
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Words: 5,350
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311149503
About E.S. Dallaire

I'm using Smashwords(dot)com to build and host a portfolio of pieces that have not been sent out for consideration for publication. What you'll find are 'sketches' as opposed to finished, professional pieces. Recently I have been considering taking the whole portfolio down off this site, but I stop short of doing that... well, perhaps simply because I still put work into them, and I'd rather they be available to be read instead of buried in some dark and dusty corner of my computer.


I believe in the reality of ideas in themselves. Imagination is my most coveted possession. I think the theories we develop to describe Nature are really couched attempts to understand the limits of our own consciousness. As such I think looking within ourselves and meditating on the silence we find there is the best way to understand the reality around us. I think we as an artistic and inquisitive species thrive when we all share our creative explorations and communicate with each other with empathy and a willingness to learn something new. I think it is openness that leads us to love, of ourselves and each other. And I think everyone has a part of Truth to share, but communication is tricky, so it's good to be encouraging of others so that we can be brought to see in a new and equally worthwhile light. I think the value of artists is that they've taken it upon themselves to master mediums of communication. That's what I wish to do, but I'm still an apprentice.

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Review by: James Jenkins on July 10, 2014 :
Not super good or bad. I read and enjoyed it, but no big surprises or disappointments.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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