What is it like to have or be in a close relationship? What would one do for such love? What far would one go to uphold that bond?
New author Sicnarf Mil answers these questions and more in “Winds of the Inner Circle”, a collection of eleven short stories and a concluding poem. Sicnarf Mil is a budding writer and ‘Winds of the Inner Circle’ is his debut into the literary world.
“Winds of the Inner Circle” covers a wide variety of perspectives such as forgiveness in the story called “Stranded”, different ways of expressing love in the story called “Grandpa’s Success” and the importance of simplicity and little things in a relationship in the story called “Chewing Gum” and many more.
“Winds of the Inner Circle” also a covers a wide variety of relationship types such as the desires of a mother for her son in the story called “My Son, the Prince”, a friendship that is platonic in the story called “Galina” and foster family in the story called “Nicole and Michelle” and many more.
“Winds of the Inner Circle” adds freshness to its collection by telling each story in an unfolding manner, revealing the perspectives and story lines progressively and often leads to a surprising ending. Additionally, each story uses actual or researched places, cultures and facts as its background.
“Winds of the Inner Circle” finally inspires with a concluding poem that depicts what it means to have a close relationships and extend invitations to its readers to be a positive force in such relationships.
The book can be previewed at Google Book Search and ordered at all major global online stores such as the following:
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- Blackwell, the Knowledge Retailer