Poetry, Short Stories & Plays
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A collection of six fictional stories about love and tragedy. Each story lets us into somebody’s life as their problems unfold, and we follow each protagonist in their quest to cope. All stories are very different from each other but all are sure to have real life parallels and resonate with many readers. Emotionally charged accounts with some unexpected twists, often written with an underlying sense of humour, they make a compelling read.
Herbert Kretzmer, OBE - journalist and lyricist: ‘H A Howe’s chief asset is a capacity to draw the reader in to the tales, making the reader eager to know what happens next’.
Mike Hodges – Writer, Film Director: ‘Neat as a knitting pattern, dark as a closed coffin.’
Don Black, OBE – Lyricist and Oscar Winner: ‘I wasn’t surprised to hear that H A Howe was also a lyricist because a lyric writer’s job is to eliminate the unnecessary, to never meander, be as economical as possible and illuminate character. In her first book Short Stories, this is exactly what she does so effectively.
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