Anne Hollander

Biography

I was born, it was the best of times, it was the worst of times and from there, we’ll fast-forward nearly thirty years (yikes!). I take pride in the fact that I’m one smart cookie, traveled and worked throughout the world, and have absolutely no idea where life will take me. I’ll figure that out tomorrow and until then be assured I’m gonna change my mind.

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Current Projects

* Sunday’s Child: A Several Storied Affair in a Texas Wine Bar = A small town stuck between history and progress. Its citizens caught between local parades and international events. And for a cozy wine bar, an intimate setting to discover the true facets of love, loss and redemption.

Set in the town of Grapevine, Texas are Anne Hollander’s breakout seven short stories of life and death, love and loss, politics and culture, all within the walls of a blues cafe and wine bar. Enjoy the laughter, tears, indignation, daily struggles, and interactions between the illuminating folks bellying up to a bar in effort to experience something new, something old, borrowed time, and the blues.

* Travels with Molly: One Gal’s Escape from the City and Into the Rest of Her Life = a forthcoming novel on the adventures of a twenty-something female unwilling to settle for less than she expects – and in the process, steals a car, finds a dog, and takes off on a whirlwind trip to figure out just what, exactly, will fulfill her dreams. Expected publication in 2010.

Where to find Anne Hollander online


Books

Sunday's Child: Love, Loss & Redemption in a Texas Wine Bar
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 69,450. Language: English. Published: January 3, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author, Fiction » Anthologies » General
A small town stuck between history and progress. Its citizens caught between local parades and international events. And for a cozy wine bar, an intimate setting to discover the true facets of love, loss and redemption. Set in the town of Grapevine are seven short stories of life and death, love and loss, politics and culture, all within the walls of a blues cafe and wine bar.

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