Letting Life Lead
My love’s labor of
pages speak between the lines.
The book is out there.
Enough of that…
What’s really in my head right now?
Mindful Things: Tales from a Tilted World
By: Tara Lee Davis
A collection of twenty-six short stories and flash fiction tales featuring strong female leads and spanning science fiction, fantasy, speculative fiction, magical realism, and horror.
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When technology falls into the wrong hands and the laws governing nature rewrite themselves, myths turn to truths, beasts become heroines, aliens aren’t from space, and sometimes the right thing is very, very wrong:
A doctor perfects a process to alter the fabric of memory, but must stay one step ahead of those who would kill to possess it. A nurse learns that when a brain lives on and the body is exchanged, the answers get complicated. Reality and torture are tenuous things, a condemned man and indentured woman discover. A war-hardened veteran must make the ultimate choice between her family and a victim. When cyborgs and sentient robots are all that remain after a devastating war, can they succeed in building a human? The unseen have always coexisted with the real, but strange rifts in the sky awaken man-eating beasts and unleash mayhem, changing the world forever. Even Bluebeard meets his match in a classic with a twist.
With tales of women who aren’t content to accept fate, Mindful Things is sure to find a way to challenge perceptions of justice, immortality, love, and death.
**WHERE TO FIND THE AUTHOR**
Author Blog: http://tdavisauthor.wordpress.com
***WHAT ABOUT THAT COVER***
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