Masons Fiction Vol. 1 Short Stories

Masons Fiction Vol. 1 Short Stories

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He was dead, he knew it. Why else would he be at his ex-wife's house. She answered the door and said, "Oh, it's you. I've been expecting you." She had been expecting him for 12 years. The interior of the house looked the same way it had always been. She loved that seventies style with shag carpeting and yellow dividers that separated every room. She asked, "Do you know why you're here?" He said, "Because I died and went to hell." She said, "I wish there was a hell. I would send you there. No, you are here to review your life." She pointed towards two televisions playing; her life was on one and his on the other. This book is about people we see everyday but never think they have a story to tell. The most extraordinary people are ordinary people. Some are already insane while others are losing their minds and struggle to change before it is too late. Each of their actions have consequences as a result of their desperate ideas on how to survive because tough situations require unique solutions.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 42 pages
  • 188.98 x 246.13 x 2.54mm | 136.08g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507590202
  • 9781507590201

About Mason Anthony Scott

Mason Anthony Scott (1966-?) was born in Homerville, Georgia to two of the poorest and most mismatched people on earth. Raised in Gulfport, Mississippi he excelled in being just plain strange and gifted as a story teller. Joined the army and was sent to Europe for 6 wonderful years in which he expanded his mind and learned to put his stories on paper. Loves to write about things that only go together in his own mind. "The Here and the After: What really happens after you die" was based on his Near Death Experience from pancreatitis and was published in Ink magazine of Kansas City, Missouri.
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