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Closure: Coming soon!

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Hello Everyone, Thanks to everyone for supporting my page!   My name is Sylvia Stein, and I just wanted to say   what an exciting year it has been!  I was able to publish two anthologies with my LinkedIn Writers 750 Group. The first anthology is entitled, Justice for Ana it can be found in the book  Giant Tales Beyond The Mystic Doors and the second Anthology is entitled, Mad about Science and this can be found in the book  Giant Tales from The Misty Swamp.   You  can find them  on amazon.   I highly recommend these books for people on the go! As much as I loved participating in the anthologies,  I have also been hard at work preparing my own novels for publication.  I am thrilled  to share some very exciting news.  For the past 10 months I have been working on my first solo novella entitled,  Closure. This story began in one of my writing classes that I was taking at Southern New Hampshire University for my Master’s in Creative Writing.   I always thought this story could expand int…

Closure: Coming soon!

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Hello Everyone, Thanks to everyone for supporting my page!   My name is Sylvia Stein, and I just wanted to say   what an exciting year it has been!  I was able to publish two anthologies with my LinkedIn Writers 750 Group. The first anthology is entitled, Justice for Ana it can be found in the book  Giant Tales Beyond The Mystic Doors and the second Anthology is entitled, Mad about Science and this can be found in the book  Giant Tales from The Misty Swamp.   You  can find them  on amazon.   I highly recommend these books for people on the go! As much as I loved participating in the anthologies,  I have also been hard at work preparing my own novels for publication.  I am thrilled  to share some very exciting news.  For the past 10 months I have been working on my first solo novella entitled,  Closure. This story began in one of my writing classes that I was taking at Southern New Hampshire University for my Master’s in Creative Writing.   I always thought this story could expand int…