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The Bingo Cheaters

Belinda Anderson

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ISBN 10: 0941092496 / ISBN 13: 9780941092494
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Título: The Bingo Cheaters

Encuadernación: Soft cover

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In her powerfully human and delightfully humorous new collection, author Belinda Anderson takes us to fictional Hope County in the magical mountains of West Virginia, reuniting us with Twilight Dawn, the wry and mystical old quilter from her debut book of stories, The Well Ain't Dry Yet. Having transcended this earthly realm, Twilight finds herself surveying the predicaments of Hope County's troubled and troublesome inhabitants, including Franklin, a water truck driver who actually welcomes jury duty; Margaret, a not-as-young-as-she-used-to-be mom, who runs afoul of Foul the Guesser at the state fair; and the widowed Sadie, who helps a con artist discover that he's a better man than he thought. Twilight yearns to mend each and every soul. But as she watches the couty's residents weaving themselves in and out of each other's lives, cutting up and carrying on, they surprise her by figuring out how to arrive at a better destination on their own. If she is to come to one last realization before moving on, it is this: maybe a life has to completely unfurl before its design truly can be seen.

About the Author:

Belinda Anderson writes from her log home, which sits atop a knoll in the mountains of West Virginia. More accurately, she writes when she's not busy chasing away the deer that snack on her rhododendron bushes. A former newspaper reporter, she holds a master's degree in liberal arts studies from Hollins University. Her literary work was selected for inclusion on the first official literary map of West Virginia, published by Fairmont State University. Belinda's fiction also has received national recognition, including awards for several of the short stories first collected in The Well Ain't Dry Yet, now in its second printing by Mountain State Press. Read the chapter that introduced Twilight Dawn at the authors web site: Belinda leads creative writing workshops and presents readings to children and adults in classrooms and at retreats and conferences. "We are enriched by the creative acts of reading and writing," she says. "Reading engages our imagination and writing gives us the opportunity to connect with one another."

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