Gone Dog Press

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Gone Dog Press is a new venture in ebook publishing. Offering quality literature in most genres, Gone Dog Press will strive for the most professional standards. We want to publish ebooks of varying lengths, from short stories to novels.

Isaac Sweeney runs Gone Dog Press. He is the author and publisher of several ebooks, available at Amazon.com and Smashwords.com. Isaac looks forward to a bright future with new and established authors.

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Hard Creek Bridge: a short story
Price: Free! Words: 1,770. Language: English. Published: January 1, 2011 by Gone Dog Press. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary
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.
The Betrayal of Times of Peace and Prosperity
Price: Free! Words: 10,610. Language: English. Published: February 6, 2011 by Gone Dog Press. Categories: Fiction » Coming of age
Andy does just enough to get by, sometimes less. Between hits from the bong, hallucinogenic shrooms, and eating dog food, Andy contemplates his friend’s suicide attempts, his final days of college assignments, and the importance of his education to his dismal-looking future. By his side are Macbeth-like witches, his meek roommate, and an eccentric professor. And, of course, a girl.

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adolescent    brooding    college    dark    drugs    humor    juvenile fiction    magical realism    short story    supernatural    teen   

Smashwords book reviews by Gone Dog Press

  • Two Steps Forward: a short story by Kelly Hitchcock on Jan. 06, 2011

    This is a pleasant read about a likable character named Tara, who sews and records football. She's a real character, but also memorable. As a reader, I want Tara to succeed, but I like the hard truth at the end of the story. I'll look for more from this author.
  • Last Call on Jan. 27, 2011

    An engaging read. I really like the dialogue. I recommend this quick and enjoyable read.