20 Short Ones – Review

When author Dan Salerno first approached me about reviewing his new book, we were getting ready for the theatrical release of Providence so I was feeling overwhelmed. But when I saw it was a collection of short stories, I was intrigued. I like short story collections because then I can squeeze them in whenever I get a free minute or two.

20 Short Ones is a collection of faith-baesd short stories with a relationship theme. Each story is four or five pages, From the very first paragraph, I was drawn in by the writing style and the characters. The characters are complex and the stories have a depth and authenticity. I suspect that anyone reading this book could find at least one character that they could really connect with.

If you’re looking for an inspiring read, may I recommend 20 Short Ones. It’s available at Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and Westbow Press.

 

 

Author: Sharon Wilharm

Hi! I'm Sharon Wilharm, a female filmmaker, blogger, and speaker. In 1999 I wrote, directed, and starred in my first feature film. Since then, my husband Fred and I have produced six more feature films, including SUMMER OF '67, PROVIDENCE, and THE GOOD BOOK. Our movies have screened in theaters, festivals, and churches around the globe, aired on multiple television networks, and sold in stores and online outlets throughout English speaking countries. We've accumulated dozens of festival accolades including the “Shibboleth Award for Visionary Leadership in the Field of Christian Film Making”, numerous Best of Fest awards, and 4 ICVM Crown Awards. I'm passionate about storytelling and love entertaining and inspiring audiences with my writing, films, and speaking.

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