I'll say this for Keara, she doesn't disappoint. I was amazed how she could write a short story and still pull me into the lives of the characters. She also kept up a degree of suspicion and suspense over the guitar case. Enjoyed it. Will buy whatever she writes.
Wasn't sure I'd care for this one but she hooked me from the beginning and didn't let go until the last sentence. What a story teller! But I am left wondering if there might be a sequal to this? I WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENS THE NEXT MORNING! Enjoying the freebees but you could easily charge for these shorts. They are worth it.
I was skeptic when I started reading. I assumed this would be another floundering attempt by someone trying to get their opinion about religion published. I was pleasantly surprised. There were some typos (anyone can make them), but please don't let them keep you from reading. This was the best objective and reasonable presentation for God and Christianity I've ever read (even better than Lee Strobel 'A Case for Christ'). You'll have to put your thinking cap on (but it does feel good to exercise a few brain cells). I will be printing this out and sharing it. Great job!