Dennis Higgins


Author Dennis Higgins is a native of Chicago, Illinois. He possesses a romance with things of the past which are gone but not forgotten. For his first novel, Parallel Roads (Lost on Route 66) extensive research of Route 66, past and present, was performed, along with world events from 1946.

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Our Day of Passing - An Anthology of Short Stories, Poems and Essays
Price: Free! Words: 53,370. Language: American English. Published: July 27, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Poetry - multi-author, Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - multi-author
Death, a topic that has the ability to stimulate the most creative and thought-provoking written pieces. Testament to this is Our Day of Passing which is formed from an eclectic mix of short stories, poems, fictions and essays. With contributions from more than 30 talented writers across the globe, this anthology provides a fascinating interpretation of an event that comes to us all...eventually
Parallel Roads (Lost on Route 66)
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 64,400. Language: English. Published: January 16, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General, Fiction » Romance » Time travel
In the spring of 1946, Katherine Callahan leaves her loving husband and newborn baby to embark upon an unknowingly tragic journey across Route 66 where she vanishes. In the present day, Kevin Callahan, Katherine’s grandson and friend Cheryl Bachman, traces his grandmother’s steps along the now decommissioned road to uncover the mysteries of her disappearance as their lives merge in the past

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afterlife    anthology    chicago    death    essays    fantasy    mystery    poems    reincarnation    romance    route 66    short stories    time travel   

Smashwords book reviews by Dennis Higgins

  • Dinosaurs & Cherry Stems on Dec. 03, 2012
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    Reading Susan Ricci's wonderful novel, Dinosaurs and Cherry Stems, It felt like I was finally privy to at least a glimpse of the secrets of how women think. I was able to get into the main character, Cindy and truly feel for her, at times wanting to rescue her from hoards of unsavory men. What a ride this novel took me on. The writing was great and flowed effortlessly across each page. Wonderful book! -Dennis Higgins - Author