Promise - Short Stories From Promise Goodday

These evocative short stories are excerpts from the soon to be relaunched novel The Road to Astroworld. The stories highlight important time periods from the novel--Promise's innocense in wanting to go to Astroworld instead of a funeral, the demise of Pete Chesterfield the man who molested her, and Promise's poignant letters from the assylum she's committed to when as an adult she kills her child More
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About Charles Harvey

Charles W. Harvey is a native Houstonian and a graduate of the University of Houston. He studied fiction under Rosellen Brown and Chitra Divakaruni at UofH. He also studied poetry under Joyce James and Cynthia MacDonald. In 1987, Charles was a 1st place prize recipient of PEN/Discovery for his short story Cheeseburger, which went on to be published in the Ontario Review. In 1989 Charles Harvey was awarded the Cultural Arts Council of Houston Grant for Writers and Artists. Also in 1989 he was a finalist in the MacDonald's Literary Achievement Awards. Charles has been published in Soulfires, Story Magazine SHADE, High Infidelity, The James White Review, and others. He is the author of the novels The Butterfly Killer and Promise Goodday, as well as the author of several story and poetry collections.

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