The Letter

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Can your destiny ever really be foretold? What would you do if you received a letter, unsigned, that gave you a cryptic message about your future? Would you be ready to learn the truth? This is a 600 word short story.
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About GlennAndSasha Gabriel

Update Notice: July 14, 2016.

Hello everyone, and thank you for visiting our Authors Page.

Sasha and I apologize for the delay of book four of our Amanda Ackers series. We have both had some health issues, so, my writing is on hold for a while.

We are very thankful to you all, for supporting our work, which we do for the enjoyment as new authors.

Our thanks also, to the many of you who have emailed us with kind comments on our stories and the first three books of our novel series, and those who have requested receiving a pre-release version. We had never thought of doing a pre-release, but thought it was a great idea! It gave many a chance to read book two and three of Amanda’s adventures, before we actually published it. Thanks to all of you!

We are most humbled by the response we have received, and thank you from the top, middle and bottom of our hearts!

If anyone would like to correspond with us, please shoot us an email when you get the chance, we would love to hear from you.

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Hello and thank you for visiting our page.

My name is Sasha Gabriel, and I would like to take a few moments to say a little about Glenn and myself.

They say that creativity belongs to the young. Well, not always. Young at heart, I’ll buy, but nothing else.

Writing is relatively new for me. I’ve been an avid reader for most of my 60+ years. But writing seemed daunting. How do you write an idea to get over to other people without boring them to death? How do you write conversations that sound like the people who are speaking them?

Once I studied the “how to’s” a bit, and with the encouragement from Glenn, my wonderful husband and best friend, I started writing.

And I love it. So does Glenn.

Writing has opened a door for me that nothing else has – my imagination has soared and I’m absolutely thrilled and thankful, from the bottom of my heart, that others like my writing, as well.

Both Glenn and I have written and published very, very short stories (no more than 600 word stories) because these were also entered into a writing contest with that directive.

At the same time, both Glenn and I are writing novels (Glenn’s is awesome!!!! Think the depth of Lord of the Rings with the immediacy of Harry Potter and you’ve got it!).

But I want to share something with you all… Glenn has battled Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and Dysgraphia almost his entire life. That’s a mouthful, for sure, but try living with them on a daily basis!

Even so, Glenn has worked to overcome the more serious side effects and his talent in writing, painting, and all over creativity is nothing short of staggering.

Honestly… I’m running to keep up with him but I’m mostly just out of breath!

So… the bottom line is… we’re all just human with all our challenges and it’s those challenges that make what we create that much better.

Please… If you like to read… then write. For writing, get to your keyboard and begin. If you don’t know how start, or where to find ideas for a story or chapter, please contact Glenn. He has helped over 30 people to date get started, and published, and does it for FREE.

We think you’ll surprise yourself at your talents if you just give writing a try.
And, again… Thank You all for your kind and generous words of appreciation for our stories!

It means the world to us!


Glenn here.

Just wanted to add that we never thought anyone would even read our work, let alone have downloaded our little stories now over 300,000 times.

Because of the kind words from you all, I will continue to write. I have, as Sasha had mentioned, been writing the Amanda Ackers novel series, with Sasha contributing several chapters to each book. I now have 21 other novels started.

I had only begun writing the novel for fun, for our grandson Logan. I was not going to publish it, just print it out to give to him. However, with all the encouragement I have received via email, from those reading our little short stories, I have decided to publish the Amanda Ackers series for FREE here on The series is also in print on and, but of course, being in print, I have to charge for them.
My many thanks to all of you, for your continued support.

Please feel free to contact Sasha and I at the following email address. We would love to hear from you, even to just say hi:

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Reviews of The Letter by GlennAndSasha Gabriel

James Jenkins reviewed on June 1, 2014

It is not Science Fiction, It might be Fantasy, more accurately it is a modern interpretation of mythology. Really its a less then optimal executed drama.

I guessed the author of the 'Letter" early, and found the entire scenario from start to end to be unrealistic.
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Brendon Lewis reviewed on April 9, 2013

So beautifully you express everything in such little stories..
Amazing. Great work!!
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Marcia Carrington reviewed on June 20, 2012

Extremely well-written, chilling, eerie short story which packs a punch at its conclusion. While the ending may seem a little abrupt at first glance, it is in keeping with the story's immediacy, and fast pacing. Good job.
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Steve Lachey reviewed on Dec. 18, 2011

Read all your stories last night. Once I finished one, I had to read the others.
This is my favorite. I like your style.
Put up some more stories and make them longer.
Thanks for a great read!
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Christopher Riley reviewed on Dec. 1, 2011

This is a terrific story though I thought it should be longer.
I'll check out your others.
Really liked it!
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Tami Lee reviewed on Dec. 1, 2011

This is one of your best stories yet. I have not read all of them, but I really liked this one!
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Vanessa Finaughty reviewed on Nov. 27, 2011

Another really interesting story - I'd have loved to know more about the letter writer, though.
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Lora Keene reviewed on Nov. 25, 2011

Now, honestly... this could def be a Twilight Zone episode!
Great writing that in a short story, so much is said and pictured.
Great! Wanted to read more, actually.
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L'Poni Baldwin reviewed on Nov. 25, 2011

this is a truly good short story. It's stories like these that make the short story genre shine.
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Tom Banks reviewed on Nov. 23, 2011

Good story. Sure hope I don't get a letter like that!
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