Last Dance of a Black Widow

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
Meet Abbey Whistler. She's just died at the age of eighty and waits in her hospital room to be taken to the afterlife. But she quickly learns that crimes committed while alive actually do have repercussions when you die.

Last Dance of a Black Widow is a sobering 3,000 word short story that explores the death of a life lived poorly. More
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About Bradley Convissar

I grew up in NJ, spent four years in New Orleans earning my degree in evolutionary biology, then returned to NJ for dental school. I currently live in NJ with my wife, two children, and diabetic Daschund who has developed premature cataracts (a temperamental, partly blind dog and two children don't mix very well). I always felt that you can learn something about a person based on the CD's in their car. Well, right now I am listening to Disturbed's new album Asylum, Chevelles' newest album Sc-fi Crimes, Three Day's Grace latest Life Starts Now and Hollywood Undead's Swan Song. So, what does that tell you about me?

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Theresa Chapman reviewed on Jan. 20, 2013

this was a very well written book i would read more from this author. keep the good work up....
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Michelle Birbeck reviewed on Nov. 1, 2012

Though I enjoyed the idea behind the story and the repercussions of a life led in the way portrayed, I felt that it was a story told, not shown, and could have been done in a much better way that gave more details. It may as well have been a list of crimes the woman had committed, detailed by a third party.
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J. Scott Sharp reviewed on Nov. 7, 2011

This story had me thinking about the things I have done wrong. Just as it's description says, this story is one with that elicits some thought-provoking and sobering questions that explore a life lived not just poorly, but intentionally so. I would recommend this story to everyone!
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C.J. Schmidt reviewed on Oct. 6, 2011

A thought provoking story, well written. Highly recommend.
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C.J. Schmidt reviewed on Oct. 6, 2011
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Highly recommend. A very thought provoking story.
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Mark Stewart reviewed on Oct. 3, 2011

Thank you for a very enjoyable read.
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