Quill Says: An extremely brilliant collection of stories that literally ‘say’ something in a world that has slowly stopped listening.
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"Moving, intense, yet crafted with a delicate touch...a unique collection of stories that urges us to examine the complex wounds and wonderments of the human experience."--Beth Hoffman, author of Saving CeeCee Honeycutt
"Jen Knox has put her unique characters in situations with twists and turns that constantly surprise..." --Steve Lindahl, author of Motherless Soul
"Knox has once again proven to be a skilled weaver of words..." --Kenneth Weene, author of Widow's Walk and Memoirs from the Asylum
"Knox explores the human condition with wisdom, subtlety, and the understanding that sometimes just asking the question is answer enough." --Dave Hoing, author of Hammon Falls and Voices of Arra
The men I love die and, even if they live, my daily rituals are becoming too all-consuming for me to entertain distracting and emotive pastimes such as romance. I must learn to be methodical if I want to continue to live a productive life. After all, I have been elected for this self-study of old age and must make the most of it. Take, for instance, the curious nature of my own bones as they begin to shrink and curve toward the ground. I had never really noticed my body beginning to hunch over until I got out of bed a year ago, stood up straight and realized that I was still facing the floor. The experience caused me to pay attention to the drastic changes occurring in my body each day. Sometimes I feel honored; it is as though I have been allowed the exclusive experience of old age and I should make the most of it.