Partings

Partings A lady a Knight and a long awaited ending to their tragic tale

  • Title: Partings
  • Author: Lisa Williamson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A lady, a Knight and a long awaited ending to their tragic tale

    • Partings BY Lisa Williamson
      357 Lisa Williamson
    • thumbnail Title: Partings BY Lisa Williamson
      Posted by:Lisa Williamson
      Published :2019-04-23T00:14:56+00:00


    About “Lisa Williamson

    • Lisa Williamson

      A writer since an early age, I have been fasinated by stories where the characters go through changes and develop strength from great trials I prefer the genre fields of fantasy, science fiction and horror over the general fiction By placing my characters in fantastical settings I can let them grow and develop in ways that you just can t in a real world setting Published in the early days of the ebook movement in a CDRom book that saw little movement I have now taken to the digital age with style I will continue to set my words free and hope that these children of my heart find homes with caring readers who are willing to look beyond the normal to the fantastical.I can be found writing fantasy, science fiction, light horror and fanfiction.



    675 thoughts on “Partings

    • This is a very short story of two lovers who are reunited by death. Ms. Williamson has a real talent for writing beautiful lyrical images and telling a tale in just a few pages. She effortlessly conveys the sadness, longing, and aching of the wait, and then the pleasure and happiness experienced by the pair when their souls rejoin in the afterlife.


    • This is an extremely short story. The product page lists it at 4 pages; that is actually correct. The concept is good, but the execution could have be a lot stronger. This short story needs an editor. For example, "it's" was used several times instead of "its." There were far too many sentence fragments in the story. A few sentence fragments can have dramatic effect. Too many, and the effect is lost. Instead, the sentence fragments broke up the otherwise lyrical flow of the story. The imagery co [...]


    • This VERY short story was offered free recently and is set to be one of a series (Death Walks Through). The idea of a series of stories linked by a character who fascinates us all (Death) is a great one and has a lot of potential. This story, short as it was, had a few punctuation errors and changed tense in one sentence. It could have done with a little more work before release. I would be interested in seeing how the series evolves and would like to see it as a single book rather than very sho [...]



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