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From All of Us to All of You
 
From All of Us to All of You Cover
Language: English
Published: 1st December, 2014
Publisher: Beaten Track Publishing
ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-909192-92-8 ASIN: B00OEATCRO
Category: Fiction
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Information: A story from Boughs of Evergreen: A Holiday Anthology Simon is counting the days to Christmas, not because he likes the Holidays - no, he hates them. He dreads every single... [Detailed Info]
 
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Ofelia Gränd lives on the southern west coast of Sweden with her husband and their three children. At the moment she's on parental leave. She could give up her glamorous life as a stay-at-home mom, and go back to her job as a teacher if she wanted to. But why not take advantage of the situation when she's living in a parental leave utopia? Enough about her being a parent, you think, and you're quite right. Ofelia is a No Poo practiser, a pescatarian who bakes her own bread and makes her... Read More
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A story from Boughs of Evergreen: A Holiday Anthology

Simon is counting the days to Christmas, not because he likes the Holidays - no, he hates them. He dreads every single holiday ever created, but Christmas it the worst. As if his dad's drunken snores and his mother's faked Christmas spirit isn't enough, his sister has decided to celebrate Christmas elsewhere this year.

The stress and anxiety drive Simon crazy. When he is introduced to a work colleague's son, Hannes, he mistakenly believes he's been set up on a blind date. Even after Hannes sets him straight in his assumptions, he keeps seeing signs that shouldn't be there. Is Hannes lying when he says he isn't interested or has the Christmas stress finally driven Simon mad?