A short story collection by Nancy Crouchman providing glimpses of ordinary people involved in difficult situations that readers will identify with - serious, silly or sad. Her characters are embodied with a sense of affection told in the voice of a good friend. Fact reads like fiction and fiction like fact.
Nancy is noted for her honesty and directness. She views ordinary life from extraordinary angles depending more on the odd, rather than the spectacular, to engage her reader in a between-you-and-me intimacy. She’s been described as having a gunslinger’s aim for the accuracy of her perceptions which are sometimes combined with a decidedly quirky sense of humour.
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