An engaging and whimsical book about faith, love and friendship! Kirkus Reviews
The stories are engaging - the characters life-like.
- Tonja K., Booklook Bloggers Review
From the first paragraph I was drawn in by the writing style and the characters.
- Sharon Wilharm, Faith Flix Films
When I was in grade school, I took a city bus home every day. The driver was very friendly and had a smile for everyone getting on the bus. One day as I was getting on the bus I thought, "this driver is treating everyone as friends."
Once I sat down and looked around at all the passengers the thought came: Everyone on this bus has a story to tell. That memory has remained with me. I firmly believe that everyone has a story, we're just waiting to tell them!
Now, I'm telling those stories!
Silent Night (from 20 Short Ones):
Before you go any further, you need to know that this story begins on December 16. Not just any December 16, but one where it snowing, and the campus of Lovett College was covered in white for Christmas. All across the tiny campus students were hunkered down in study clusters, wherever there was free space to review textbooks and lecture notes.
Abbie had survived exam week on nothing but strong coffee and homemade Christmas cookies - the kind that are 97 percent sugar. She was about to walk outside Lovett's library to get some sorely needed fresh air.
As she turned the corner, walking past the science section, she tripped and fell on her right side. Almost immediately, a hand reached down to help her.
A refreshing collection of simple tales about people who take a chance of rejection by daring to be open and honest.- Steve, Goodreads Review
I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading stories about relationships. - Kelly B., Blooklook Bloggers Review
I love this book! I highly recommend it. - Denise M., Booklook Bloggers Review
The stories are engaging - the characters life-like. I really enjoyed this collection of short stores. - Tonja K., Booklook Bloggers Review
Gentle stories, cute and quirky that feature long conversations that are well written. Salerno writes his characters like he loves them. Danie, Australia, Amazon
It is good for my soul to be reminded that such wholesome imagination and creativity remain and are at work in the world. I hope Dan writes more. - Marlena Graves, author The Way Up is Down.