Hard Creek Bridge: a short story

Rated 4.33/5 based on 6 reviews
Friendless and shy, Slim Jackson enters his second semester at Abe Lincoln University. He gets lost on an unknown path, comes to a strange bridge, and has the struggle of his lifetime.
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About Isaac Sweeney

Isaac Sweeney has been a writer for as long as he can remember. He was born and raised in Virginia, where he still lives today. He has spent the better part of his life honing his craft and trying to share the gift of words with others.

A firm believer in writing as advocacy, Isaac has made a lot of friends and a few enemies with some of his works. His writing is unapologetic, but still subtle and insightful.

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Review by: S. A. Williams on Feb. 27, 2013 :
Isaac Sweeney's "Hard Creek Bridge" is a wonderful short that quickly pulls the reader into the life of Slim, a college student who must move beyond the familiar life he is accustomed to, and into the wider world. A great, short read!
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Review by: Deb Robinson on April 14, 2011 :
Nice story!
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Review by: Kenny Chaffin on April 10, 2011 : (no rating)
Well done! Thank you for Sharing!
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Review by: Kelly I. Hitchcock on Jan. 16, 2011 :
Hard Creek Bridge is a great story. The winning element that kept me hooked was the hat Slim's grandfather gave him - a great symbol of family sentiment that kept the story moving along and kept us wanting Slim to succeed. Will look for more from this author.
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Review by: luvmy3dogs on Jan. 9, 2011 :
Great book! I loved reading about Slim. Very well written.
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Review by: Brian Hartman on Jan. 6, 2011 :
I really enjoyed this story. It's deceptively simple, but really keeps your attention to the very end.
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Review by: jemmind on Jan. 5, 2011 :
I am not a usual reader of short stories but decided to check this one out. It's got a likable character who a lot of people can probably relate to... someone sort of the underdog, shy, homesick. It was a good story with a good ending.
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