A Baker's Dozen

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These short stories cover all what life can throw at you. Stories of families, broken by addictions, debt and grief, yet others are full of hope, love and good deeds. A mixed bag to explore and enjoy while having that coffee break or travelling. More

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About Mary T Bradford

Hi Readers, I am a published short story writer, novelist and playwright. I have had stories accepted in both Irish and international anthologies. I completed my first novel, My Husband's Sin which was published with Tirgearr Publishing Ireland. I was thrilled to see my work taken on. It boosted my confidence with my writing.
My first novella set in the American 1800's, with a western feel to it, titled, The Runaway, and is a coming of age style story. it was brought out under the www.writersofthewest.com group of writers. My second western, a romance, again set in the American 1800's, Destiny, is due out. I then tried my hand at adult romance and had my first erotic/adult romance launched with Tirgearr Publishing, as part of their Hot City Night Series, my novella is called One Night In Barcelona. I am currently working on my next full length novel, a sequel to My Husband's Sin.
I have seen my plays performed and also in staged readings. When not writing or reading, I like to crochet.

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Review by: track on Oct. 20, 2011 : (no rating)
A great collection of short stories really enjoyed it .
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Review by: MLJ Laan on Oct. 18, 2011 :
Would recommend this book to everyone I know. It is a collection about life today, something for everyone in this Ebook.
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Review by: MLJ Laan on Oct. 18, 2011 :
A wonderful collection of stories, would recommend to all ages, there is something for everyone in this book, they are very much about daily life's struggles and joys.
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Review by: Daniel Kaye on Sep. 30, 2011 :
A fantastic collection of stories, I really enjoyed reading them, and would definitely recommend it to friends and family.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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