As The Sun Goes Down

      Jay Howard
As The Sun Goes Down

This book is set to FREE: if you enjoy the stories please make a donation to Saluki Welfare Fund. Every donation, large or small, helps the dedicated volunteers who rescue, care for and find new loving homes for Salukis who have fallen on hard times.Come take a peek into the lives of some of the characters who live in my imagination.The stories:Polly Polo - an elderly car breaks down in bad weather and a phone call to the breakdown service is needed.Emily’s Hat - Emily’s husband is promoted and she must prepare for the company executives’ day out at Ascot.Simile and Metaphor - a teacher is lacking inspiration for a class assignment until she overhears a conversation in a shoe shop.Jackie’s Bike - an adventure goes terribly wrong when Jane ‘borrows’ Jackie’s brand new bike.Out the Other Side - Sophie persuades her husband that they should move to Devon, but their son throws a spanner in the works.Something About Suzy - an abused Saluki escapes her fate as a brood bitch and discovers what it means to have a home and family.Time Out - a teenager volunteers to help the disabled and learns some important life lessons.Spirit Passing - it’s time for Mandy to say goodbye to her terminally ill grandmother.

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    Similar Differences

      Jay Howard
Similar Differences

Welcome to my second collection of short stories. Here you will meet children playing dressing up, a single mother meeting the father of her son, a Canadian who has unexpectedly inherited a large English house and farm, a concert pianist who must decide if it is time to stay home a little more, and others whose lives have come to decision points.Welcome to my second collection of short stories. Why have I called it Similar Differences? Because… well, we’re all similar, and we’re all different. As they say, we are all unique, just like everyone else. Our base personalities are moulded and refined by our circumstances and the people we meet, leading to very different life journeys. With every decision we make the path forks anew.Here you will meet children playing dressing up, a single mother meeting the father of her son, a Canadian who has unexpectedly inherited a large English house and farm, a concert pianist who must decide if it is time to stay home a little more, and others whose lives have come to decision points.

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